Reflexology Therapy Diploma
Investment - £650 over 7 weeks (3 hour sessions)
(£100 non-refundable deposit to secure your place on the course
followed by full payment 2 weeks before the start of the course).
Please note that payment plans are available, feel free to ask.
What can you expect to earn per hour as a Reflexology Practitioner?
£30-£45 per hour
The growing popularity of Reflexology
Reflexology is gaining popularity due to its holistic approach to health and wellness, providing stress relief and relaxation while being non-invasive and complementary to conventional healthcare.
What is Reflexology?
Reflexology is a holistic therapy that involves applying pressure to specific points on the feet or hands to promote relaxation, alleviate stress, and support the body's natural healing processes.
Some of the physical and psychological benefits include:
Improved blood circulation
Enhanced relaxation and stress reduction
Pain relief, including headaches and migraines
Better sleep and sleep quality
Reduced anxiety and depression symptoms
Increased mental clarity and focus
Relaxation of the mind and body
Introduction to Reflexology
History and origins
Principles and philosophy
Ethical and professional standards
Anatomy and Physiology
Understanding the body systems
Study of reflex points on the feet
Techniques and Methods
Reflexology methods and approaches
Hands-on practical training
Application of pressure and massage techniques
Client Assessment and Consultation
Health assessment and contraindications
Creating treatment plans
Holistic Health Concepts
Integrating reflexology with other holistic practices
Promoting overall well-being
Real-life case studies and practice sessions
Working with clients under supervision
Business and Marketing
Building a reflexology practice
Legal and business considerations
Marketing and client management
Certification and Continuing Education
Examination and evaluation
Ongoing professional development and certifications
How will you be assessed?
Practical sessions on clients, Q&A sessions, final practical
Do I have to do any work outside of class time?
Practice on Models: Practice reflexology techniques on willing friends, family members, or volunteers to develop your skills and gain practical experience.
Case Studies: Analyse and document your experiences working with clients, tracking their progress and outcomes.
Self-Reflection: Reflect on your own experiences with reflexology and how it affects your well-being. This can deepen your understanding of the practice.
Assessment - Practical assessment on the last session
Drinks and snacks will be provided