Reflexology: Massage Therapy’s Secret Weapon
There are nearly 96,000 licensed massage therapists in the United States.
Do you have a plan that will have you standing out in the crowd?
Would you like to be known as the go-to person in your community for chronic musculoskeletal pain management?
Would you like to know how to work smarter, not harder?
Look no further! Your secret weapon is just one day away.
Reflexology has been shown to significantly “up the game” for massage therapists who know how to accurately combine its targeted therapeutic effects with massage. It’s the advantage that delivers better results than massage alone can, while reducing the wear and tear on your own body.
In one short day, you will learn how to:
★ locate and stimulate 18 musculoskeletal reflexes on the feet
★ effectively combine reflexology with massage therapy to get better results for clients suffering from neck, back, shoulder, hip, arm and/or knee pain
★ sequence reflexology and massage to make the nervous system do most of the work
★ support people suffering from phantom pain
★ improve your reputation as a pain management specialist at the same time you are preserving the health of your own hands and body
Who can attend?
Massage therapists, certified reflexologists, and students
NCBTMB: 8 ★ Florida: 9 ★ Georgia: 8
Short fingernails. In consideration of your fellow students, please come with clean feet.
Massage table; bottom and top sheets; blanket and pillows if you like when receiving; writing utensil; coloring pencils and either Shea or cocoa butter.
 2016 US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics