Hands and Fingers Feet and Toes... Ahhhh!

Chinese Reflexology Foot Hand And Face

Chinese Reflexology extends the theory of the Macrosystem treatment of the body whole in a micro extremity. A Natural Medicine practice handed down through generations; Reflexology has become a popular way to deal with stress in our modern society. Many Complementary Alternative Medicines including Aromatherapy now include Reflexology as a way to deliver healing to the body. Source, Luo, Facial, Palmar, and Plantar reflex points are stimulated through pressure to relieve related body areas by following neurological pathways.

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Workshop participants will explore the following objectives in Class and Clinic Practice:

Defining areas and points for Massage, Tsubo, and Reflex therapy in the Feet, Hands, and Face
Defining and delineating the Stress response in the Body Mind and Emotion of the 5 Element Cycle
Applying Pressure methods for treatment and application
Applying Tools and methods used in pointwork
Exploring and learning the Ting, Luo, Source points, Anatomy and Physiology of the feet and hands
Employing Ethics, Contraindications and Safe Hygiene
Create and Employ Records, forms and Client Health Histories
Creating a par
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The course is delivered Combined Distance study for: 90 hour Distance Theory & 40 hour Five Day Onsite Workshop. The Course requires 15 case studies with  60 sessions given and recorded for 80 hours study.
230 Hours total study and training time. Course Completion time 6 months.
Cost: $750


2019 Scheduled Chinese Reflexologist Course & Workshop: 

Start your Distance Theory Now!  Onsite: Decmber 2 to 6, 2019

80 Hour Distance Case Studies Follow Onsite Practical

Workshop participants will explore the following objectives in Class and Clinic Practice:

Defining areas and points for Massage, Tsubo, and Reflex therapy in the Feet, Hands, and Face
Defining and delineating the Stress response in the Body Mind and Emotion of the 5 Element Cycle
Applying Pressure methods for treatment and application
Applying Tools and methods used in pointwork
Exploring and learning the Ting, Luo, Source points, Anatomy and Physiology of the feet and hands
Employing Ethics, Contraindications and Safe Hygiene
Create and Employ Records, forms and Client Health Histories
Creating a parasympathetic environment

This program does not require approval by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training. As such, the registrar did not review this program.

Chinese Reflexology is Credentialed with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada for Full Membership under the Modality of Acupressure as a full Discipline