Level 3 Reflexology Diploma
The Paragon College
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This course offers the very best mixture of practical and theory classes which allow you to develop excellent techniques and skills in reflexology.
Because reflexology is a complementary therapy, a basic understanding of anatomy, physiology is vital and is therefore covered as a core module.
A significant amount of case study and clinic work provides scope for tutor observation, discussion and feedback so that by the end of the course you have complete confidence in treating clients.
The course is designed not only to give you a solid foundation from which to begin practising but to provide a challenge and inspiration to become a successful, caring, holistic therapist.
Anatomy & Physiology
Health & Safety
History and development of reflexologyImportance of the feet, skeletal and soft tissue anatomyFeet mapping: zones and reflexesReflexology as a holistic therapyTechniques of working the feetCurrent thinking on reflexology mechanismsContraindications to treatmentSafety and hygieneTreating the body systems and common conditionsCommon foot disordersProfessional practice issuesConsultation proceduresConducting initial and ongoing treatmentsHand treatmentChronic pain management
There will be extensive practical experience through working on peers, with the public in arranged clinics and case studies conducted at home.
Once you have completed the reflexology course and qualified you can work in hospitals, NHS trusts, GP Surgeries, Complementary Therapy Clinics, Gyms, care homes, Hospices, as well as setting up in business as a qualified reflexologist.
This diploma is accredited by ITEC
It is a part time course, 2 days a week although it can be split over 2 terms.
Price £1,481 (incl VAT & Exam fees).