Reflexology and Pre-Conception

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Course Goals:

During this course you will learn safe and effective reflexology techniques allowing you to work confidently when treating both a woman and man trying to conceive.  You will also gain a deeper understanding of potential pre-conception issues.

You will be learn specific beneficial reflex areas to help when treating a woman and man with pre-conception challenges.

Description

Course Description:

Couples are increasingly turning to Reflexology, as one of their strategies, to help with conception.

Approximately 90% of fertile couples would expect to become pregnant with regular intercourse within one year, this rising to 95% by the end of two years.  However, in the UK one in six couples is affected by infertility, affecting some 3.5 million people.

Causes of subfertility can include sperm dysfunction, ovulation disorders and Fallopian tube damage.  In addition there are a number of other factors that may contribute to a delay in conception.

15%of couples actually have more than one cause of their subfertility and in some couples no clinical cause can be identified.

Course Structure:

This is mainly a practical course and there will be a maximum of only 10 students on the Course.

On Completion:

Upon completion of this Course I will be able to 

Understand how subfertility is diagnosed

Identify treatment options available to couples with pre-conception challeneges and subfertile couples

Investigate additional factors that may be contributing to pre-conception challenges and subfertility issues

Identify reflex areas that may be suitable for reflexology treatment

Perform endocrine reflex balancing techniques

Utilise resources to help support couples who may have pre-conception challenges and subfertility issues

Course Prerequisites:

You must be a Reflexologist (Level 3) to attend this Course

Tutors

Kate Mulliss teaching Reflexology

Kate Mulliss BSc (Hons) MSc PGCE MAR MIFA

Kate’s background is Environmental & Biological Sciences and Teaching. Her interest in health led her to initially study Massage which then led her to study other disciplines. She is qualified in Therapeutic Massage, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Nutrition. Kate has gone on to expand on these areas further by developing advanced post qualifications […]

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