Hand and Ear Reflexology


WHAT ARE HAND & EAR REFLEXOLOGY?

Hand ReflexologyHand and Ear Reflexology, like Foot Reflexology, are natural healing art modalities based on the principle that there are reflexes in the ears, hands and feet which correspond to every part, gland and organ of the body. Through application of pressure on the ears, hands and feet, Reflexology serves to relax tension, improve circulation and promote the natural function of the related areas in the body.


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WHAT IS A TREATMENT LIKE?

Both client and Reflexologist must be positioned comfortably to ensure maximum relaxation. A Reflexologist will usually work on the bare feet, but if this is not possible, the treatment can be given on the hands or ears. Whether working on the feet, hands, or ears, all reflex points are stimulated as the body is considered a whole unit. The pressure applied varies with each person. Treatments are approximately 30-45 minutes.

STEPS TO CERTIFICATION

To become a certified Hand or Ear Reflexologist with the Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC), the student must be a Foot Reflexologist (either RAC Certified or having completed a course equivalent to RAC training) and a member of the RAC at the time of examination. Documentation must be submitted to the teacher prior to registration for screening if Foot training has been taken elsewhere. This documentation must be forwarded to RAC PCT Office prior to registration for approval except where the training completed has already been pre-approved by RAC, i.e. all organizations that are registered with the Reflexology Council of Ontario (RRCO) or private schools and/or associations/organizations that have applied for pre-approval status. All documentation will be kept on file at head office. Documentation will consist of:

  • Official Transcript of Marks
  • Copy of Diploma/Certificate
  • Course outline of subjects completed on Institution letterhead, showing proof of Anatomy and Physiology training, hours of theory, and hours of practical training in Foot Reflexology.

THE ASSOCIATION

The Reflexology Association of Canada is a federally chartered nonprofit association formed in 1976 with members from coast to coast. The prime objectives are to set and maintain high standards among practicing Reflexologists, to promote the advancement of quality training, examination and certification, to share ideas, and to develop an effective referral system across North America.

COURSE FEES

RAC course fees (subject to change) are as follows: $625 for each course (no taxes on courses). Must be certified in Foot Reflexology and a current member of RAC.

ABOUT THE RAC HAND & EAR REFLEXOLOGY
CERTIFICATION COURSES

  • HAND COURSE: June 13-14, 2017
  • EAR COURSE: June 15-16, 2017
  • LOCATION: Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • INFORMATION: Please contact Danielle.

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Coaching Services

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Reflexology Sessions

Danielle gives reflexology sessions at the Shaw Chiropractic, Wellness Centre, Oakville, Ontario. More info here.

Reflexology Related Courses

Teacher Training
July or August 2017,
date TBA. Oakville, ON
Lower Leg
June 10, 2017
Halifax, NS
Upper Body
June 11, 2017
Halifax, NS
Foot Reflexology
Start: Aug. 9, 2017
Oakville, ON

If you are interested in these or other programs, please contact Danielle.