Imagine being able to support the entire body in its return to balance by working solely with the feet or hands. Reflexology is a time-honored therapeutic technique which does just that. Specific areas of the feet and hands 'reflex' distant aspects of the body, sending a signal to return to equilibrium. Massage therapists, aestheticians and nurses: envision being able to quickly and effectively create relaxation for your clients and patients. Begin any treatment with reflexology and prime the entire body for whatever comes next whether that is a full body massage, a manicure, pedicure, or simply putting a client or patient at ease. Learn reflexology basics: history, benefits, cautions/contraindications, foot maps indicating reflex points, and the elements of a basic reflexology session. Then experience giving and receiving reflexology techniques that can be put into practice with clients and patients. LMTs: If reflexology was a part of your educational path in becoming a massage therapist, this is a great refresher course and it offers 3 CE credits for both NCBTMB and NYS!
Hallie Sawyers is licensed in massage therapy in both NY and CT since 1996. She is also Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Holistic Aromatherapy, an IET Master Instructor, nationally and internationally trained Usui Reiki Master Teacher, certified in Polarity Therapy, Reflexology and European Stone Massage, labyrinth facilitator, instructor for the Finger Lakes School of Massage, and an approved CE provider for both New York State Board of Ed and the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. More info about Hallie at: http://www.soulsong.abmp.com/home
Instructor: Hallie Sawyers LMT
Date/Time: November 13th - November 13th 2017 , 2:00pm-6:00pm
Location: FLSM, Mt. Kisco
Early Registration Discount: Register by October 14th 2017 and pay $72
Payment Info: Visa, MasterCard, and Discover accepted.
Prerequisite: LMT or current student having completed Swedish 1
Registration Contact: email@example.com or (607) 272-9024 x.29
Continuing Education Credits: 4 NYS and 4 NCBTMB