Tag: reflexology

Volunteering Opportunity – Complementary Therapists Needed

Are you a qualified complementary therapist who would like to share your skills with patients living with a life-limiting illness? St Christopher’s are recruiting volunteer practitioners in disciplines of massage, shiatsu and reflexology. They are holding an open meeting on Thursday 14 September 2017. To book your place at the open meeting, or for more […]

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Outstanding Exam Results Again…Just Another Reason Why Students Choose Richdales!

We’re excited to announce that our results are in for the latest ITEC examinations for the academic year of 2015 – 2016 that took place just before Christmas. We’d like to take this opportunity to say a massive congratulations to all our Reflexology, Massage, Sports Massage and Indian Head Massage students who passed their ITEC […]

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4 Good Reasons To Choose A Weekday Course

Student feedback is really important to us here at Richdales. After all, it’s our students who enable us to do what we do best – teach! Over the 25 years that we’ve been teaching our courses, we have continuously listened to you, our students, and made every effort to create courses that help you succeed. […]

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No question is ever silly!

David Godfrey is one of our exceptional tutors at Richdales. David has kindly shared with us his journey in the field of complementary medicine and also his key pieces of advice for students entering the field. David says “If you told me 20 years ago that I would love people’s feet I would have said […]

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Just How Effective is Reflexology?

Reflexology treatment is based on the concept that certain areas of the feet are linked to organs and systems in the body. Therefore reflexologists believe that by applying pressure on those points, patients can find relief from physical and emotional discomfort. When evaluating the effectiveness of reflexology, it’s important to understand that the treatment cannot […]

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A change of career has proved so rewarding

Gemma Davidson was on maternity leave when she had a revelation that there was more to life than working as a Supply Chain Manager. Having a deep fascination of reflexology led her to making a decision to pursue a career in it. She chose to study at Richdales and since then she has never looked […]

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Why Reflexology is Becoming More and More Popular

Reflexology is growing increasingly popular across Europe as both a complement to other treatments and a holistic treatment in its own right. But why are more and more people seeking out this alternative therapy? And what exactly makes it so highly regarded? Firstly, let’s look at what reflexology is and the concepts around which it […]

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Expanding Your Reflexology Repertoire

With World Reflexology Awareness Week being held this week (Sep 19 – 25) we thought we would recap on our upcoming CPD Reflexology courses and how they can help you expand your Reflexology repertoire.   Reading the Feet – the next step in Reflexology (Sun 2/10) After learning to Read the Feet you will gain a […]

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Where Did Reflexology Come From?

Today we are blessed with the incredible power of holistic healing practices, many of which are taught through our reflexology courses in London. Such alternative and non-invasive treatments can help to improve the health of patients suffering from a host of medical conditions, but where exactly do they originate from? Although there are some grey […]

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Hot and Cold stone reflexology – A great way to impress

As a complementary therapist you’re often working with people on an intimate 1-2-1 basis and your relationship with your clients is crucial to your business. It is your job to impress your clients as much as possible; you can do this with great service, a friendly smile and of course by being great at what […]

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