Neuroflexology (Part 1) - Neuroflexology - International Institute of Reflexology (UK)

International Institute of Reflexology (UK)

The Only School Licensed To Teach The Original Ingham Method of Reflexology

Neuroflexology (Part 1)

Course Details

LocationBristol
Date3rd December 2016
Time9.30am to 5.30pm
TutorJennie Levick
Venuetbc

On the 3rd December 2016, Jenny Levick present will a two day Neuroflexology seminar in Bristol.

About Neuroflexology
Neuroflexology is a simple technique that is quickly and easily applied to the lower foot and leg. Neuroflexology may enable you to clear away and repair painful joints, resolve most mood swings and anxiety feelings, repair lower back problems and clear away any problem that may have arisen inside the body without external influence. Neuroflexology is a therapy for the new Millenium. It is based on Anatomy and Physiology and nothing else. It has a new “Neuroflex” technique to work on feet. It has a philosophy, which is explainable and logical. It truely us a therapy for the future.

Do join the three Founder Members of the International Neuroflexology Guild, Jackie Thomson, Jennie Levick and Tania Waller for an opportunity to learn this new therapy. It is now no longer necessary to give long treatments challenging the therapists’ hands and posture.

  • Neuroflexology is a simple technique that is quickly easily applied to the foot and lower leg.
  • Neuroflexology is designed to switch on a person's own healing system.
  • Neuroflexology enables the body to re-balance itself naturally.
  • Neuroflexology may improve well being, help anxiety, ease painful joints and back problems.
  • Neuroflexology is a minimal treatment with effect, making it truly a therapy for the future.

Part 1 Course Content
1) Background and History of Neuroflexology
2) Review of Anatomy & Physiology of the Endocrine and Nervous Systems
3) Practical demonstration by Tutor(s) of Neuroflexology on feet, followed by students practising in pairs
4) Discussion on recording client sensations. Review Case Study reporting - 3 x 6 treatments are required

Part 2 Course Content
1) Student feedback of Neuroflexology treatments
2) Discuss recording of client sensations
3) Review Case Studies (3) with Tutor Review, practise and confirm Neuroflexology technique
4) Tutor demonstration/guidance and student practical session of Hand treatment/Sefl treatment/Public demonstrations

Students are expected to participate in practical application of treatment, discussion and question & answer sessions.

A Certificate of Completion is given provided the student has attended both Parts of the 2 Part Course, practical technique has been demonstrated and assessed by the Tutor(s) and Case Study requirements
have been completed.

Contact Details
To book your place on a Neuroflexology course or for more information, please visit the http://www.neuroflexology.co.uk/ website or contact the organisers at:

Jennie Levick - North
T: 0114 234 9600
E: jennie@neuroflexology.com

Jackie Thomson - Midlands
T: 07796 987 622
E: jackie@neuroflexology.com

Tania Waller - Kent
T: 07760 252 494
E: tania@neuroflexology.com