Foot Reflexology

Total classroom hours: 35

Description: When people hear of Foot Reflexology, then generally think of it as a “foot massage” and very often fail to realize the depth of the effects to be achieved through this ancient bodywork technique. In an effort to protect our vital organs, our being’s intelligence stores indigestible matter as far away as possible… in our feet. This accumulated “morbidity” diminishes body functions long before symptoms present themselves in the corresponding organ/organs. Using deep (Tamasic) stimulation on specific reflexes of the feet, Foot Reflexology helps to improve the function of corresponding organs, connective tissue, bony structure, body systems, and energic pathways. Our instruction details how the feet are mapped out in relation to the body and then integrates this system with Polarity Therapy, making Foot Reflexology a more dynamic and effective modality.

Listen in: Robert Stevens introduces reflexology—

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