Healing Garden - image by Pippa Stacey
This also forms Part 1 of the AoR Advanced Maternity Reflexology Module which is credit rated by Napier University at Level 8 (SCQF), run by Sally Earlam and/or Kate Mulliss
Sally Earlam is currently the Maternity Specialist for the Association of Reflexologists and is the main author of "Reflexology - supporting women through their conception and maternity journey". This book is available to buy from the AoR website and will be on sale on training days.
Being able to support couples through their pregnancy and beyond with reflexology is a wonderful experience and one that we should feel honoured to be a part of. Reflexology for maternity aims to optimise the health and wellbeing of the clients; using reflexology techniques designed for different stages and also being aware of general lifestyle advice that can be given to make this journey as pleasurable as possible for all. This course has been designed to give you the skills required to gain confidence in treating maternity clients and is suitable for Reflexologists qualified to Diploma Level 3 or above.
This is a 2 day course that will enable you to build your knowledge to allow you to work safely and confidently with pregnant clients. This is a standalone course but also forms part 1 of the AoR University Credit Rated Advanced Maternity Reflexology Module. For those that wish to further their knowledge after this course we also run the part 2 Advanced Maternity Reflexology course, which will allow you to gain the AoR University Credit Rated Advanced Maternity Reflexology qualification.
Theory will be covered in the mornings and will include:
The afternoons are practical based, starting with a demonstration of many techniques suitable for all stages of pregnancy. This will also include an endocrine calming, a simple lymphatic drainage Reflexology sequence perfect for swollen legs, some linking techniques and techniques for common symptoms such as pelvic girdle pain.
With plenty of time left for you to practice on each other!
After the course you will receive a link to You Tube video's which you can use as a reminder of new sequences and techniques.
I will provide everything you need, including a vegetarian soup lunch and refreshments at the London venue.
Please note that these courses are for those already holding a diploma level 3 or above in reflexology.
|Friday 29 November 2019 10:00, Saturday 30 November 2019 10:00||£250||Places available|
|Monday 10 February 2020 10:00, Tuesday 11 February 2020 10:00||£250||Places available|
|Saturday 28 March 2020 10:00, Sunday 29 March 2020 10:00||£250||Places available|
|Friday 1 May 2020 10:00, Saturday 2 May 2020 10:00||£250||Places available|
Each course is limited to a small group to guarantee you will receive plenty of individual attention in a warm, friendly and supportive environment.
The course runs from 10am-5pm each day, 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.
Holiday Inn Edinburgh City West, 107 Queensferry Road, Edinburgh , EH4 3HL. Plenty of free parking available.
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The course runs from 10am-5pm each day. There will be tea and coffee provided but please bring your own water and lunch. As I'm travelling to run this course please bring a lafuma chair with you if possible.
Groesffordd Village Hall, Groesffordd, Nr Brecon, Powys. LD3 7SN.
Free parking available.
9th and 10th November 2019
The course runs from 10am-5pm each day. There will be tea and coffee provided. As I'm travelling to run this course please bring a lafuma chair with you if possible.
Booking for this course is being organised by Helen Sheppard. Please click here to download the booking form and follow the instructions on the form
You will receive a certificate for this course. Each day is worth 14 CPD points for AoR members, or 7 hours of CPD training for other organisations. You will also receive instructions on how to add these badges to your own website.
Case studies are an optional part of this course. However some insurance companies now specify that you need a case study element to say you are trained or experienced in a specific area. I would therefore strongly suggest that you do complete the case studies which can be emailed to me at any point after the course. A further certificate will then be issued, at no extra cost, to say the case study element has been completed.
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