Five Element Reflexology

Five Element Reflexology is a style of reflexology that uses Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) theory to treat the client’s health and wellbeing in a holistic way to promote lasting changes. Each branch of TCM, while sharing the same concepts, has its own art of technique and practice. In Five Element Reflexology a treatment plan is designed to respond to the certain organ imbalances using reflexology techniques and acupuncture points. A combination of techniques are chosen to help support deficiencies, sedate excesses, and release stagnation.

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Indian head massage

Our  Indian head massage  practitioner training is one of the most advanced massage courses available, this is allow you to develop a deep understanding of the practice and  become a skilled practitioner.

Indian Head Massage is a seated treatment based on the ancient system of medicine known as Ayurveda which has been practiced in India for thousands of years. Although in Indian culture the techniques evolved from traditional grooming rituals and focused primarily on the head, in the West Indian Head Massage has developed into a complete upper body treatment that includes parts of the body vulnerable to stress – the back, shoulders, upper arms, neck and head.

The Indian Head Massage Therapist uses a range of movements and techniques to improve joint mobility and flexibility in the neck and shoulders, relaxing muscular tension, increasing the flow of blood and lymph and aiding the elimination of toxins. Indian Head Massage is a truly holistic therapy that is deeply relaxing and has many physiological and psychological benefits.

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 Traditional Chinese Medicine

This is a broad range of medicine practices sharing common concepts which have been developed in China and are based on a tradition of more than 2,500 years, including various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage & touch therapy, exercise, dietary therapy, acupressure, moxibustion, cupping and mind-body therapy.

In TCM Pregnancy Reflexology it works in the same way as Five element reflexology but the focus and techniques work very specifically with meridians, points and vessel on the feet that support hormone cycles, pregnancy and birth.

A combination of techniques are chosen to help support deficiencies, sedate excesses, and release stagnation.

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CPD – Continuing professional development

The means by which practitioners maintain their knowledge and skills. A certain amount of CPD hours must be achieve each year to be recognised by a governing body. We also offer supervision.

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Aromareflex is a full Reflexology treatment where the practitioner uses essential oils in the treatment. The oils are chosen for the client to enhance the treatment outcome and add to the client’s experience and relaxation.

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Massage courses Bath

The word comes from the French massage “friction or kneading”, or from Arabic massa meaning “to touch, feel.

Massage is the manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques, to enhance function, aid in the healing process, decrease muscle reflex activity, inhibit motor-neuron excitability, promote relaxation and well-being.

Applying massage to promote health and aid recovery appears in most healing traditions both in the realm of folk remedies and in with medical practitioners.

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The reflexology practitioner training gives you a therapy in which you can treat a persons whole physiological and emotional being from working their feet and hands. The body has the ability to heal itself – stress, illness, injury or disease puts the body in a state of imbalance.

A reflexology treatment works on specific points on the feet and hands which correspond to organs, glands and structures of the body; these points are called ‘reflexes’ and by applying massage, finger and thumb-pressures and other techniques the body is encouraged to restore and maintain a natural equilibrium or homeostasis, balancing body, mind, emotion and spirit.

The feet and hands are ‘mirrors’ of the body itself and treatment of the reflexes activates the healing powers of the whole person. Congestion or tension in any part of the feet (or hands) is mirrored in the corresponding part of the body and through application of reflexology techniques the body can learn to relax and de-stress.

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