Professional Reflexology Practical Training
A qualified reflexology treatment is a fantastic way to help your clients relax, re-balance, and make the mind and body feel eased without touching any more than the feet.
This Guild Training International (GTi) course is taught by experienced therapist Steve, who has PTLLS Level 4 teaching qualification. The course includes certification to practice through accreditation and insurance provided by the Guild Of Beauty Therapists awarding body. Guild student insurance is included for the duration of the course, plus a discounted price on Guild membership is available through al Covo on completion.
The theory is delivered and examined online with all the required resources available and online tutorial support when you need it.
The GTi Foot Reflexology course covers all the necessary anatomy and physiology which you will need to know in order to perform a reflexology treatment and so you do not need to hold a separate anatomy and physiology qualification.
The course also covers reception and consultation, the history and theories of reflexology, contra-indications to treatment and aftercare advice. It also includes detailed technique modules with clear images which show you how to read and interpret the feet as well as how to perform relaxation and pressure techniques.
The course is beautifully written and accompanied by images and a voice-over to give you the best possible learning experience.
This GTi Foot Reflexology course includes the GTi Professional Standards course, usually priced at £60, for all students who have yet to complete this course.
The course is fully accredited by the Guild of Beauty Therapists, the UK’s leading professional beauty trade body, for membership and insurance purposes. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate for a GTi Award in Foot Reflexology.
On enrolment, students will receive a copy of the Guild’s full colour 336 page Reflexology text book which normally costs £19.95. As well as this they will also receive a DVD which details all the reflexology techniques featured in the course which they can refer back to whilst practising.
The practical training and assessment takes place at al Covo's Southampton suite and takes approximately 6 hours. This is included in the price below. Further customised practical training can be provided with Steve if required, during or after the course.
Title: Reflexology Course (Online and Practical Course)
Summary: This course covers reading and interpreting the feet as well as performing relaxation and pressure techniques. It also includes the theory and history behind the reflexology treatment. All relevant anatomy and physiology is included. Resources with clear diagrams, images and voice over are included to give you the best possible learning experience. Reception, consultation and aftercare guidance is covered as well as contra-indications to treatment. The course includes online theory as well as a practical training session at al Covo, designed to give you the confidence and ability to offer a full reflexology treatment. The GTi Professional Standards Course is also included (usually £60).
Qualification: GTi Award. On completion of the course, successful students will receive a GTi certificate in Foot Reflexology and a discount on Guild membership is available through al Covo.
Course Accreditation: Guild of Beauty Therapists.
Course Type: Theory and Practical.
Theory Hours: 23 hours, completed at your own pace.
Practical Hours: 6 hours*.
Examination: GTi Online Examinations and Practical Examination at al Covo.
CPD Points: 35.
*Please note that the number of theory and practical hours required to complete this course as stated above are provided as a guideline only. The actual number of theory hours required will vary depending on the speed at which you learn. The number of practical hours may vary depend on learning speed and on class sizes (estimate is based on 4 people).
There are 24 modules, each with an online examination to be completed in turn at the end of the module.
- Introduction, Reception And Consultation
- The History of Reflexology
- The Skeletal System
- The Muscular System
- The Nervous System
- The Circulatory System
- The Lymphatic System
- The Endocrine System
- The Respiratory System
- The Digestive System
- Functions of the Skin
- The Sensory Organs
- The Reproductive System
- Theories of Reflexology
- Stress and the Effect of Reflexology
- Diseases and Disorders of the Feet and Nails
- Reading & Interpreting the Feet
- Reflexology Techniques
- Pressure Techniques
- Treatment Adaptations & Aftercare
- Practical Module