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101 Introduction to Reflexology covers origins, theories, forms of reflexology, indications, cautions, contraindications, structure and function of the foot and lower leg, foot assessment tools, sanitation and hygiene practices, client session documentation, body mechanics, reflexology techniques, and a 30 minute foot reflexology routine. This learning unit is comprised of 24 hours lecture, 24 hours practicum.

Participants are enrolled in the 300 Hour Reflexology Certificate Program and this is the first of five learning units provided.

Learning modules are as follows:

  • Module 1: Origins and Theories of Reflexology – 4 hour lecture delivered via Zoom, Wednesday, August 17th, 8am-12pm Central
  • Module 2: Indications, Cautions and Contraindications – 4 hour lecture delivered via Zoom, Wednesday August 24th, 8am-12pm Central
  • Module 3: Structure and Function of the Foot and Lower Leg – 4 hour lecture delivered via Zoom, Wednesday, August 31st, 8am-12pm Central
  • Module 4: Anatomical Locations of Reflexes – 4 hour lecture delivered via Zoom, Wednesday, September 7th, 8am-12pm Central
  • Module 5: Sanitation and Hygiene in the Reflexology Practice – 4 hour lecture delivered via Zoom, Wednesday, September 14th, 8am-12pm Central
  • Module 6: Session Documentation Part One – 4 hour lecture delivered via Zoom, Wednesday, October 19th, 8am-12pm Central
  • Module 7: Practicum Day One – 8 hour practicum in the Austin studio, Thursday, October 27th, 9am-5pm Central
  • Module 8: Practicum Day Two – 8 hour practicum in the Austin studio, Friday, October 28th, 9am-5pm Central
  • Module 9: Practicum Day Three – 8 hour practicum in the Austin studio, Saturday, October 29th, 9am-5pm Central

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