Reflexology Course

Reflexology is a system of working reflexes in the feet and hands which correspond to every organ and gland in the body. It is used to bring about a deep level of relaxation and it is of particular benefit in dealing with congestion.

This course teaches the location of individual reflexes on each foot and methods of pin-pointing certain reflexes for specific conditions.

The theory component includes Anatomy & Physiology, Professional Conduct & Business Awareness and First Aid.

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Griffith College Starting Date: Saturday 6th March 2021

 

Course Fee: €1,435 + Exam Fee: €115

Total cost: €1550

 

Standard Payment Plan:

  • Deposit of €350
  • 1st Instalment of €600
  • 2nd Instalment of €600
- to secure your place on the course     ***Pay Deposit Now***
- due on the first day of the course
- due in May

Early Bird Discount: Pay the deposit on or before the 31st December 2020 to avail of a €50 discount.

Pay in Full Discount: Pay the balance (after deposit) in full on or before the first day of your course to avail of a €100 discount.

Course Syllabus:

  • History of Reflexology
  • Reflexology techniques - including loosening and warming up techniques, finger and thumb walking techniques
  • Sequence of techniques for working reflexes on the feet and hands
  • Reflexology terminology and definitions - understanding zone theory, guide lines, referral areas and helper areas
  • Anatomy and Physiology - study of the bones, ligaments and tendons of the foot and hand. Instruction on 12 systems of the body and their corresponding reflexes on the feet and associated pathology
  • Benefits of Reflexology
  • Contra-indications to Reflexology
  • Nutrition - study of the main nutrients - including their functions / uses
  • Relaxation - Learn how to relax and promote natural healing energy when working with clients
  • Care of the client - record-keeping, confidentiality and professionalism
  • Business awareness / professionalism - how to establish & promote your massage business
  • First Aid

Examinations and Certification

  • Diploma awarded by ITEC

Required Books

  • An Introductory Guide to Reflexology By Louise Tucker
  • An Introductory Guide to Anatomy and Physiology (new edition) By Louise Tucker

Examination

Practical examination

Theory examination:
a) Theory of Reflexology 1hr multiple choice questions
b) Anatomy & Physiology 1hr multiple choice questions*
c) Professional Conduct and Business Awareness 1hr multiple choice questions*

40 case studies

* Students with Anatomy & Physiology and Professional Conduct & Business Awareness qualifications are exempt from b) and c)

Holistic College Dublin results in Reflexology exams

The diploma issued by ITEC will list the graduates overall grade in terms of a pass, credit or distinction. An average of the theory and practical marks is combined to obtain the final grade.

A pass grade is between 60% - 74%, A credit is between 75% - 89% and a distinction is between 90% - 100%.

Percentage of our students achieving each grade to date

Fail           Pass                Credit              Distinction

0%               8%                  54%                       38%

Each Student Requires

  • 2 Pillows
  • 2 Pillow Cases
  • 2 Towels
  • A uniform is required for the practical examination:
    • Black tunic
    • Black trousers
    • Black footwear

 

Times & Dates for Griffith College

Starting Date: Saturday 6th March 2021 - Completion Date: Saturday 17th July 2021

Times: Approximately two Saturdays per month, from 10am – 5pm

2021 March April May
Saturday 6th, 20th 3rd, 17th 1st, 15th, 29th
June  July
Saturday 12th, 26th 10th, 17th

Final exams will be held in July 2021

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