Integrative Reflexology® is a foot and hand reflexology training that is designed to be a modality of massage and bodywork therapies. The Integrative Reflexology® method is a whole-hand technique that is easier for the therapists to give and more enjoyable for the client to receive.
In this foundational certification course you will learn the basic techniques of foot and hand reflexology through the 4-Theory Approach. The four theories include Structural Alignment Theory, Zone Theory, Meridian Theory and Psychoneuroimmunology Theory.
Benefits of an Integrative Reflexology® session:
A deeply relaxing and therapeutic response.
Increased digestive response and constipation relief.
Sinus drainage, perhaps while still in the session.
Decreased bronchi and lung congestion.
Uterine reflex stimulation can help to bring on overdue babies or late menses.
Uterine reflex stimulation will also relieve some of the symptoms of PMS (premenstrual syndrome).
Reduced muscular tension in the neck, shoulders, elbows, hips, sciatic area and spine.
Reduced swelling in the feet and lower limbs.
Increased lymphatic, nerve and blood circulation.
Kidney stones have been reported to pass with the stimulation of the kidney reflexes.
Many clients report they are as relaxed as if they had a full body massage.
"It has been at least five years since I took Claire's Integrative Reflexology® course and I use it nearly every day with my massage and integrative wellness clients! This work never ceases to amaze me."