Reflexology Professional Certification
What is Reflexology?
Reflexology is a gentle art and a holistic healing technique. Reflexology uses gentle pressure on the feet or hands and works reflex points that correspond to different areas of the body. It has been shown to reduce stress, improve the bodies healing ability after major surgery. It has been integrated into the health field by doctors, nurses, and massage therapist. The pressure to the reflex points is a soothing combination of gentle and deep pressure. It is relaxing and many clients fall asleep during their session. Reflexology and energy work assist in the client’s own self healing and brings a balance to body, mind, spirit and emotion.
Statement of Practice
The Healing Hands and Feet Program Certification in Reflexology is designed as a multi-level continuing education program.
Each level is experiential learning in which participants learn specific hand hold techniques, anatomy and physiology of the foot/body, body systems, charting, energy centers, meridians, zones, business and ethics, and hands-on work. Certificates of Completion are issued at the completion of each level.
The Healing Hands and Feet Program student undergoes a vigorous and comprehensive program that includes 200 hours of standardized curriculum with a Certified Healing Hands and Feet Program Instructor. A certified reflexologist has documented 90 hours of reflexology sessions, and completed a minimum of a one year mentorship with a certified instructor. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the program. The Healing Hands and Feet Program places emphasis on self-care and development of the practitioner.
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