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Reflexology Online Training Course
Reflexology, is a form of complementary therapy that helps a body heal from within, it seeks to achieve this by applying pressure to specific points, also known as reflexes, on the hands and feet. The therapy is founded on the theory that the reflex points on one’s feet are connected to specific organs and certain systems throughout the body.

A reflexologist is a health practitioner who tries to improve a patient’s health through massaging certain corresponding spots on the person’s body. These corresponding spots might be on the patient’s ears, feet or hands so as to improve the flow of chi into a specified organ of the patient’s body

This art, is based on a 5000 year old Chinese principle of the theory of the existence of an essential life energy (chi) that flows along invincible channels or energy pathways whose main purpose is to nourish both a person’s body and his spirit. The art’s main aim is to unblock these energy pathways, or stimulate them or even calm them depending on the patients’ symptoms

A reflexologist has a very interesting job. For the practitioner, it is an amazing job in that it is sometimes quite surprising how just working on one part of the body can make the whole body relax. However to the patient, a reflexology session is a way to be pampered, at a reflexology session, there is no need to not only undress, but also you will certainly leave the session not only relaxed but also stress free.

The roles of the practitioner therefore include:

Meeting with clients and conducting an initial assessment
Explaining to the clients the principles and methods of reflexology
Keeping detailed patients’ notes
Setting out a plan of future treatment
Applying hands on massage to patients’ feet and, in addition, their hands and ears or applying pressure with the thumb and fingers to the client’s feet and hand.
Explaining the treatment to the client
As a reflexologist, one is expected to help treat sleep and stress disorders, chronic back pains as well as sports injuries. The main advantage of reflexology is that one can use it together with other conventional medicines or drugs as well as alongside other contemporary therapies.

Learn Reflexology with this fantastic DVD video training program designed to teach you all the pressure points of the feet and how to appropriately stimulate them.

Reflexology has been a common form of massage for the last 100 years, although there is evidence it has been used for thousands of years in one form or another. By applying specific pressure to various zones in the feet, hands or ears, a physical change can be applied to other areas of the body which are mapped out within the treatment areas. A completely natural form of healing, it can relieve tension, improve your circulation and can also help to promote the natural function of related areas of the body and organs.

A reflexologist starting out is likely to earn from £11,000 - £14,000 per annum. An experienced reflexologist with a good client base can earn between £20,000 - £35,000 per annum.

In conclusion, reflexology is one of the most used alternative therapies, in fact, in Denmark, a study conducted revealed that over 21 per cent of the population had at some point in their life used reflexology to aid in the cure of something and over 6 per cent had used the procedure in the previous year, whilst in Norway over 5.5 per cent had used the procedure within the previous one year. This helps show the increasing acceptance of reflexology as an alternative complementary therapy.

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