About this course
Become a certified reflexologist with a recognised qualification
Reflexologists are at risk of carpal tunnel syndrome.
But these simple excercises, practised regularly, will reduce that risk
I'll show you haow to set up the massage table so both you and the client are comfortable
In this lesson we will look at the head and neck reflexes which are on the toes
Then we'll do the first practical lesson, working on the toes
Working the ball of the foot which represents the chest and lungs
I explain where the points are and why you work them.
Then you can look over my shoulder as I demonstrate to a class
In the first, I explain where the points of the digestive system are and why we work them.Â
In the second video, you can watch while I work on the upper digestive system.Â
We'll look at the reflexes on the top of the foot- the reproductive system, the spine, upper lymphatics and the arm and knee
Head, Chest & Diaphragm on the left foot
You've covered the sequence for the left foot, here's the full left foot sequence for you to practice
Now for your first full treatment! We'll work both feet, so the chakra balancing and finish with a beautiful "Foot Hug"
Chakra Balancing and Foot Hug to finish the treatment
This is all about which points to focus on for common ailments.
Lesson 1 looks at common symptoms and is a handy quick reference.
The following lessons look at particular ailments you might come across