Vietnamese Facial Reflexology

Vietnamese Facial Reflexology Practitioner Diploma One-Day Course
Cost: -   £230.00 (including Booking Fee of £50.00)

Awarding Body:  This course is insurable and accredited/approved by the Professional bodies: ABP (Alliance of Beauty Practitioners), CMA (Complementary Medical Association) & IPHM (International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine) and insured by Balens Insurance, BGI Insurance UK & European, Insync Insurance, Sun Alliance Insurance, Towergate Insurance & Westminster Insurance.

Pre-Requisite:    None - suitable for beginners, although we do recommend studying Anatomy & Physiology alongside this course

Training Dates/Venues:   This course is available at:  Across the UK (in various locations in England and Scotland)

MODEL MAY BE REQUIRED:If more than one student is booked onto the course then students will be practising on each other - NOTE: if no other students book onto the course then the course will run as 1-2-1 training on a model which you will need to bring with you to practise on.


WHAT IS A VIETNAMESE FACIAL REFLEXOLOGY THERAPY TREATMENT?

 

Facial Reflexology is a method of manipulation of energetic points on the face.  Facial Reflexology can be given anywhere, as it is a non-invasive treatment for which the client remains fully clothed. It can be given with the receiver sitting in a chair or laying on a couch.

It is a very inexpensive treatment to offer.  You just stimulate the points using a pen or fingers – never needles.

Using just 30+ basic pressure points, you can learn to heal in the simplest fashion.  The face is always readily accessible and so all the points can be stimulated in all circumstances.

Benefits:

The great attraction of facial reflexology is that it is capable of being useful in all sorts of ailments and pains.  As an example:

  • Problems with the back, joints and muscles
  • Sexual and genital problems and hormonal upsets
  • Skin problems
  • Digestion, assimilation and elimination
  • Nervous problems
  • Circulatory problems
  • Respiratory problems
  • Chronic  disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease

Course Content & Learning Outcomes

    • History of Reflexology
    • What is Facial Reflexology and how does it work
    • History of Facial Reflexology
    • Benefits of Facial Reflexology
    • Benefits of Facial Massage
    • Facial Reflexology Points
    • Instruments and Techniques
    • Correct stimulation
    • Energy Massage
    • Contraindications & Consultation
    • Hygiene, Health & Safety
    • Code of Practice & Insurance
    • Data Protection/GDPR/Client Confidentiality
    • Aftercare Advice
    • Marketing
    • Anatomy and Physiology
    • Structure and function of the Face
    • Theory Questionnaire
    • Reflexology Point Diagrams
    • Correspondences, Effects & Indications for Points
    • How to Create Bespoke Treatments
    • Main Correspondence Points: Body, Functions, Symptoms
    • Therapeutic Index
    • Treatment Routine

 


 

COURSE STRUCTURE

  • Home Study (12 guided learning hours)
  • 1 Day Practical
  • 6 case studies (2 People x 3 times or 3 People x 2 times)

TRAINING DATES:  Training dates are booked by individual arrangement at each training venue - please complete the online Course Date Form advising which venue and what month you are looking to do the course (a list of training dates will then be sent to you and you pick the most convenient date for you)


Click here for online Course Date Form

 

 

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