This powerful, effective and fast method of reflexology can really help your clients and enhance your practice.
Most clients find that having their ears worked is profoundly relaxing and stimulating at the same time. For the Practitioner, an Auricular session is easier on the hands, you can stand or sit, you can include a few points to re-enforce your foot or hand treatment or spend a whole hour doing a thorough ear assessment and treatment protocol.
Allison speaks to Natural Health Radio
Click below to hear Allison discuss Auricular Reflexology at Natural Health Radio in March 2014.
Auricular Reflexology Workshops include an Introductory course to get you up and running, an Intermediate course where you develop your skills and build on your treatment planning and application and Advanced where we discuss your case studies and look at developing Auricular Reflexology synergistically with other methods of reflexology such as Meridians:
1. Introductory Course contents:
- History and Development from Acupuncture and Auriculotherapy
- Application, Contraindications and Precautions
- Brief Anatomy and Physiology
- Ear Points and why we work them
- Ear Assessment and Analysis
- Case study results
- Energy balance massage
- Daily self-treatment
- Full Treatment
- Use and application of ear seeds, tourmaline stones and magnets.
- Use of Ear Probe
- Treatment protocols for conditions a Reflexologist may be presented with
There will be opportunities to ask questions and work out specific treatment protocols for yourself and any problem clients you may have.
Course Materials Included (approx. cost £40)
A3 laminated chart
Strip of ear seeds
N.B Refreshments are also included but please bring a packed lunch unless otherwise advised.
What to bring
If possible please bring a small torch, or your 'phone with torch, a small white towel or white couch roll and some coloured pencils.
A £35 non-refundable booking fee secures your place. If you prefer to pay by Bank Transfer or Cheque please contact the college.
Times: 9.30am until 5/5.30pm (London 10am start)
Dates, Venues and Booking for Introductory Workshops: