Healing Garden - image by Pippa Stacey
This course looks at how we can best support clients who are living with stress, anxiety and depression both in terms of offering self-help techniques and adaptations to our reflexology.
This course explores the different physiologies of stress, anxiety and depression and what science is telling us about the benefits of touch. These then lead us to considering adaptations to our reflexology that can be used to help support the body systems in these difficult times.
For clients living with anxiety and depression there are plenty of activities and lifestyle factors that they can learn to incorporate into their lives to help them to manage these issues. You will learn about current self-help techniques and general advice that can be passed on to your clients to help monitor and improve their emotional wellbeing.
This course will give you:
After the course you will also receive additional reading and links to a YouTube video so you will be able to read more about issues covered during the day and watch the videos as a reminder of the practical techniques.
Please note that these courses are for those already holding a diploma level 3 or above in reflexology.
|Monday 5 February 2018 10:00||£110||Places available|
|Saturday 21 April 2018 10:00||£110||Places available|
|Friday 15 June 2018 10:00||£110||Places available|
I will provide everything you need for the day, including a vegetarian soup lunch and refreshments.
The course runs from 10am-5pm, in Sydenham (SE London), see course details for more information.
Sydenham is easy to reach, it has 3 stations, an overground station and plenty of free parking in the street, see
contacts and travel for more information.
I will be also be running the course in Ipswich in 2018, venue to be confirmed. Please bring a Lafuma chair if possible.
|Saturday 24 February 2018 10:00||£110||Places available|
There will tea and coffee provided in the morning but you will need to bring your own lunch and water.
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