How will I be taught?
After an introduction explaining the basis of reflexology, the benefits of massage and Reflexology and for safety reasons the instances when it is not appropriate to give massage you will work in pairs, on each other, to give an receive massage treatments.
This is very much a 2hands-on" practical day. due to time constraints only a selection of reflex points pertinent to stress relief will be covered.
There will be ample time for questions. Supportive handouts of the routines are provided.
What do I need to bring with me?
Notebook and pen
2 large towels (one to lie on and one to cover you), hair band or clip to keep hair off shoulders for shoulder part of massage and wear a top with sleeves that can be rolled up for when you are performing the massage. Loose soft clothing is recommended so that you are comfortable whilst giving and receiving massage.
Short nails help to perform the massage movements and are more comfortable for the person receiving your massage..
What can I do next?
You may be interested in joining other short introductory courses in other complementary therapies or accredited courses in anatomy and physiology, massage, Aromatherapy, Indian Head Massage and of course Reflexology
What do I need to join the course
No prior knowledge or experience of reflexology is required. Anyone interested in massage skills and Reflexology to use on family and friends is welcome.