Just wondering if any one is doing the Reflexology Level 4 course?

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Reflexology Level 4, course just wondering if anyone else is taking this right now and if so how are you finding it? I am enjoying so far just started and already have second assignment back marked. Once done this course would love to move on to yet another one and winning a course would be amazing!!!
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Hi im currently on assignment 18 of the relflexology course and loving it although a bit worried how we get our pratical side of it marked ? How are you finding it ?
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im also on assignment 8 of the reflexology course. And stuck on oh the Longitudinal zone i wonder how descriptive i have to be?
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assignment 18
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Diane OConnor

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I'm now on assignment 25 so nearly fniished. It has been one hell of an education on the human body and the way it works I was just a little worried how much of it had sunk in. However I have given new names to various glands and organs that mean something to me and when covering "how to practice reflexology" it is made clear that it is acceptable, and considered professional to have a large foot chart behind the patient and in front of you. This really did put my mind at rest.

WhenI finish I will be booking myself on their practical course and I definitely feel it is needed to actually learn massaging techniques.
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Reflexology Diploma: I am finding conflicting evidence about what the Chinese used in conjunction with Acupuncture. Can anyone help please.


I am finding conflicting evidence about what the Chinese used in conjunction with Acupuncture. Can anyone help please
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New to this course myself! In fact I will b receiving my first course materials this week! Really looking forward to starting it!
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Diane OConnor

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This is a really interesting course; you will learn so much about the human body. You will get out of the course what you put in; for me a lot of terminology I just didn't understand so I was constantly looking words up and even went on a site for kids on anatomy to help me understand exactly what I was meant to be talking about.

I've just finished my Diploma with a Distinction but I won't kid you that it was easy - it really tested the old brain matter. I made the decision to get through all the main theory work first and then start on the practical side of things (massage techniques) as this is difficult to get your head around when doing an on-line course. But it has worked out fine as I have regularly re-visited my course work and when you actually start practicing on folk’s feet it all makes a lot more sense; plus watching youtube videos on reflexology techniques helps you pick up tips.

With regard to the conflicting evidence with Acupuncture; reflexology is not the same as Acupuncture and the two shouldn't be mixed up. In fact there are quite a few discrepancies in foot charts and certainly what foot you start on, massaging techniques are all very different as well. The main point is to learn the body's Anatomy and where each reflex is located and as long as you cover all reflexes when you do a treatment you don't need to worry too much about discrepancies; you will find a way of carrying out reflexology massaging that suits you.

Personally I would recommend doing a Reiki course as well as this does help you to understand the meridians or energy lines.

I have no hesitation in recommending this course but do make sure you either follow on with their 2 day practical course or your find practical experience elsewhere - I live in Scotland and none of the courses were local to me.

Hope this helps.

Diane
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Reflexology Level 4.


Hi guys! New to Stonbridge! Just waiting on my first course materials. Is there anyone else studying Reflexology Level 4? Would love to talk to u and maybe share some ideas and study habits!