REFLEXOLOGY

MEDAESTHETICS COURSE 2008

 ASET Level 3 Gentle Touch Reflexology
 

                                     SYLLABUS

Reflexology is a complementary therapy involving the treatment of various disorders by applying pressure to certain points on the feet.

Precise areas of the feet relate to particular parts of the body.

The whole body can be treated via these points (reflex areas).

Treatment by the therapist involves applying pressure to the precise reflex point with the thumb or fingers.

In doing this, different sensations will be felt by the person receiving the treatment.

Theses feelings can then be interpreted by the therapist as indicating which parts of the body are functioning well and which are not.

The Syllabus for Gentle Touch Reflexology includes:

        Meridians and the theory of the five elements

        Overview of the body systems

        How nutrition affects our health

        Initial client contact

        Hand reflexology

        Case histories

        The treatment process

        Mapping the feet

        How to start your own business

        Zones of the body

        Comparing Chinese and Western techniques

 

Qualifications gained on completion

Reflexology Gentle Touch (allows the student to use the letter S.A.C.)

Reflexology  Certificate from the Centre for Oriental Studies

ASET level 3 Reflexology

 

Complementary Health courses with ASET qualification.

These courses are designed to offer a professional qualification to a high standard. They consist of practical work, home study and case studies.

ASET is a leading National Body specializing in providing quality assuring and certificating vocational learning programs.

The ASET qualification is an option that the student can choose to add to their studies to give them a qualification that is recognized by the Secretary of State for Learning and Skills and are part of the National Qualifications Framework in the U.K.

To apply for this course, please contact our head office on  965 326 082.

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