Hand Reflexology Certification course … Coming Soon
This comprehensive Hand Reflexology program, specifically focuses on the hands, and is a must add-on for the dedicated Professional Reflexologist.
Hand Reflexology is excellent for self treatment; working with bed-ridden or disabled clients; client homework is simple and easy for the client to remember and use; working with the hands can also be used when working on the feet is impractical or not possible, such as in an emergency situation.
Will I get a Certificate?
Yes! A Universal College of Reflexology certificate is awarded upon successful completion.
How different is Hand and Foot Reflexology?
Hand Reflexology, although following the same basic principles of Foot Reflexology, is performed quite differently. The feet are usually worked on in one position only, hands however may be presented a number of different ways, held up as if doing a high five, or palms down – thumbs in or palms facing up and thumbs on the outside, thus completely changing the way the Hand Reflexology Map relates to the actual hand.
This program gives certification as a Hand Reflexologist when the written, practical examinations, assignment and practicum are all successfully completed. This course is also part of the Advanced Reflexology Diploma Program. This is an online program with the lessons released at weekly intervals. It is an audio visual presentation utilizing videos, maps, audio (mp3 tracks), PowerPoint presetations and online quizzes.
When would I use Hand Reflexology?
- When time is short
- For self treatment
- The foot is injured or has an infection
- Lower limbs have been amputated
- Client discretion required as in a hospital ward
- When foot reflexology progress has slowed or stopped
- To give to a client as homework
Can I transfer my foot techniques to the hands?
NO! Feet can only be presented in one position. Hands can have palm up or palm down, completely changing the position of zone 1 and therefore all the reflexes. Special techniques and knowledge are required to accommodate the flexibility of the hands. Also waistline and diaphragm guidelines are not so clearly defined on the hands, as they are on the feet and the spinal reflexes also present unique differences from the instep of the foot.
What will I learn in this workshop?
- Hand Anatomy
- Basic Hand Reflexology techniques
- Holding techniques
- Hand Relaxation techniques
- Hand Assessment
- Exercises to keep hands strong and supple
- Complete hand Reflexology sequence
- Suggestions for combining Foot and Hand Reflexology
- Self Treatment – Client Homework complete with reminder sheets
- Conditions affecting the hands
- Meridians & Reflexology
- Frequently Asked Questions on Hand Reflexology
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