Gained: Statement of Attendance
Offered: Weekend class
Length: 2 one-day seminars - minimum 20 hours;
9.30am to 5pm daily
Presenters: Moss Arnold, Sharon Windle or College trainer
1. Introduction to Reflexology and the College
2. Perspective of the Feet: Foot Map - Whereï¿½s what?
3. Anatomical Reflection Theory
4. Holding Techniques
5. Why Reflexology; Don't of Foot Reflexology, and
6. Practical: Reflexology Openings
7. Basic Rules of Reflexology
8. Terminology of Foot Reflexology
9. Practical: Basic Working Techniques (thumbs, fingers, etc.)
10. The Basic Procedure for a mini-Reflexology Treatment
11. Summaries of Sequence: Visual and written.
Investment: ($121.00/day) $242.00 (To be paid in full on
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Note also that continuing education can be tax deductible.
Clinical Experience is a vital component of the professional training, as it integrates and applies the knowledge the students have gained. The minimum hours are set by the accrediting professional bodies, and by the College.
It is the Colleges policy that students should not practice before graduation, except under the supervision of the College or a professional and insured health care provider. Clinical Experience is outlined at the end of Reflexology II and once a student has gained the Certificate of Reflexology, Clinical Experience can be commenced.
For this portion of the course the student is expected to adhere to a particular dress code. The dress code and other clinical procedures will be outlined in detail prior to the commencement of clinic.
Supervised Clinic and Work Experience will include a combination of College supervised hours and hours completed in the student’s own time, under the supervision of a professional and insured health care provider and/or in a health care institution.