Reflexology: Diploma CourseCEUs: Primary Category A (300-Hours)
Hours: 9:30a – 4:30p
Investment: $975.00 plus HST
- Coastal Inn, 502 Kennedy Street, Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada E1A 5Y7; June 7 – 12
- The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 3X1; July 24 – 29,
- CCMH Halifax, 180-6960 Mumford Road, Mumford Professional Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3L 4P1; Sep 21 – 26
Description and Content
This is a 300-hour diploma course learning foot reflexology with in-class hours, home study, theory & practical examinations (and 60 hours of case studies).
Course content will include:
Theory – The holistic approach, history of Reflexology, structure of feet, disorders and conditions of the feet, reactions to treatment, theories and concept of reflex zones and their functions, effects of stress on the body and how reflexology can help, methods of client consultation, clinical pathology, contraindications to treatment, appropriate client care, referral procedures
Practical - reading of the feet, interpreting the reflexes, learning to perform different reflexology techniques and explain a complete reflexology treatment.
Home Study – There is a minimum of 100 hours of home study/assignments to be completed.
Examinations – Students will attend 1 further day of a two-hour written and a one-hour practical examination.
Case studies – Students will be expected to complete a total of 60 hours of treatments on clients. Each client must have a minimum of 6 treatments and a full case study and evaluation will be written up and presented before certification.
For More Information
Course Provider: Janet Williams, Director of Footsteps Reflexology School