Next 1 day course: 4 October 2020 Bath
Who would enjoy Moxibustion for reflexologists? Is this course for me?
Moxibustion for reflexologists is aimed at reflexologists who want to add something extra to their treatments. Moxa is a unique treatment whereas treatments like Reflexology and Acupuncture on their own can move energy from where it stagnante to area where is depleted, they work with the limits of the individual energy field Moxa can add in extra energy adds in extra energy this can be be very supportive for those with chronic conditions and pain. Moxibustion is used in Traditional chinese medicine by acupuncturists and Shiatsu practitioners but also fits perfectly with Reflexology. On this course you will also learn how to use accupure point seeds and magnets for aftercare.
Do you work with chronic conditions, menopause, fertility or pregnant clients with breach babies? Then this course will add an extra element to your treatment that can support underlying energy issues.
14 CPD points.
- Participants will understand the unique properties and benefits of Moxibustion
- Be able to use it very safely and understand and adapt to any contraindication of working with Moxa
- Prepare their treatment space and clients for the use of Moxa in Reflexology
- Be able to intergrate Moxibustion easily into their treatments
- Learn how to use acupressure seeds and point magnets for aftercare.
Course prerequisite qualification: Level 3 or above Reflexology qualification
The herb mugwort has been dried and used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years by burning it in Moxibustion therapy. Unlike Acupuncture and Reflexology that moves and shifts the individual’s energy for better flow, moxa is said to add in extra energy into their system.
Research has shown that this plant alone, when burned, has the power to emit infrared radiation. The infrared heat flows into your body through the skin producing a pleasant, warm, palpable influx of energy. Good for chronic pain, lack of energy (conditions like chronic fatigue), insomnia, chills, stomach aches and lower back pain benefit fertility and used to support turning a baby in the breech position.
- History of Moxibustion therapy.
- Contra indications
- Consultation skills.
- Points and techniques
- Working with Reflexes
- Specific conditions
On going assessment during the day with option final practical assessment at the end of day.
Dates & times
10am – 5.30pm
Sun 4 October 2020
10am – 5.30pm
London – Sally Earlam Reflexology CPD
Woodbastwick Road Sydenham London SE26 5LG
Bath – Stillpoint Centre for Wellbeing