How to choose a training
A common question asked of us is, “Which training should I take?” The answer to that depends on two things:
1. your level of interest in reflexology, including what your goal and intention is once you have completed your training; in other words, what do you plan to do with this knowledge?
2. what your current level of training and experience is in reflexology and/or other forms of bodywork.
There are two basic paths you can take with reflexology:
1. Reflexology for relaxation.
This is where it all starts. Relaxation is the basis of health. Many studies have been published that verify that all disease and illness is made worse by stress and in many, many instances, caused by stress. No prior education in reflexology is required to participate in these trainings. These classes are suitable for licensed professionals wishing to add increased value and results to another form of hands-on therapy they offer and for lay people wishing to offer reflexology to loved ones for no compensation.
Workshops that meet the goal of providing deep relaxation and strategies to reduce stress are:
(foot) Reflexology * (the foundation, in more ways than one)
Reflexology for the Hands *
Reflexology and Essential Oils *
Traditional Thai Reflexology *
2. Reflexology to support people battling disease.
In the Therapeutic Hand & Foot Reflexology Professional Certification you learn how to customize and target therapeutic sessions to help support people struggling with specific physical and/or mental imbalances, using reflexology, hydrotherapy, aromatherapy and coaching skills. This program is ideal for licensed professionals wishing to add reflexology to an already existing practice or those wishing to practice reflexology solely. Grads stand out in the crowd!