During this course you will learn safe and effective treatments for specific problems using Facial Reflexology Techniques. This treatment can be used as a stand-alone therapy, or as an additional set of tools and techniques that can be applied to various Therapies including Indian Head Massage, Holistic/Swedish Massage or Aromatherapy.
You will also learn how to carry out a stimulating Facial Massage sequence that can be used to enhance the treatment, used to stimulate you, the practitioner, first thing in the morning or be given to the client for their benefit.
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Like the Hands, Feet and Ears, the Face also has a mirror-image of the body imposed on it.
The face is one of the areas mostly richly supplied with nerves and blood vessels. Its closeness to the brain may have evolved to ensure that any sensory stimulus to the area only had the shortest route to travel to the control centre of the body to address any health imbalances.
Through treating the reflex points of the Face the therapist is able to hasten the self-healing process of the individual.
Provides all of the benefits of Facial Acupuncture without the use of Acupuncture needles!
Among the many benefits to the client through receiving a Facial Reflexology treatment are:
Instant relief of tension on the face, neck, scalp and brain
Working with the entire body system to address specific issues
Helping to firm the facial muscles, reducing and/or preventing fine lines and wrinkles
Stimulation to increase blood circulation and activating lymphatic drainage to achieve a naturally glowing complexion
- Perform a full Facial Reflexology treatment safely and effectively.
- Adapt the Facial Reflexology techniques to help clients with specific disorders.
- Understand the link between Facial Reflexology and the I Ching.
- Understand the link between Facial Reflexology and Marma Points, Sen Lines and Meridian Tsubos
- Identify, locate and work the Chakra Points on the Face.
You must be a qualified Reflexologist, Massage therapist, Aromatherapist, Indian Head Massage Therapist or Manual therapist (Level 3 or above) to attend this Course.
Results and Feedback:
It is very interesting. This is my first course and I would like to be back: October 2019
Claudia Barthelemy Salema B
Absolutely recommendable. This is my first course and I would like to come back for body reflexology and Indian Head Massage: October 2019
It is a good introduction to the practice: October 2019
Excellent tutors. Gives you everything you need: June 2019
Laura Anne V
Great teachers. Helpful course materials: June 2019
Informative. Lots of fun. This is my first time and I'll be back: June 2019
I feel welcomed in a positive learning environment: April 2019
Well-rounded course and a great pool of knowledge and experience to learn from: April 2019
Very useful information. I love the quality of teaching: February 2019
David is a great teacher and I would recommend him: February 2019
David M Godfrey BA MA DMS CBIOL MBS FIFL FICHT PGCE
David’s background is Biomedical Science and the Teaching Profession. He was an Examiner for A-level Biology and used to teach Biological Sciences upto undergraduate degree level. David then discovered Complementary Medicine and initially combined teaching Biological Sciences along with treating patients. However, his interest in the Complementary Medicine grew such that he gave up teaching […]