KF Reflexology Blog

My studies are still continuing with the Clinical reflexology diploma, which I am hoping to complete in the summer.

My training continues with reflexology. In addition to continuing with the clinical reflexology diploma, I am attending a sleep and mobility course with the amazing tutor for Vrt (vertical reflexology therapy) Lynne Booth, in Bristol in May. This will no doubt be another brilliant course with the very knowledgeable Lynne. Lynne’s courses are so informative, well researched and fun; with such a good split between theory and practical work. When you have experienced a course with Lynne Booth you really have experienced a truly brilliant example of a very approachable, professional and informative lecturer.

This course will be applicable for many clients, from the very well to the very ill at Dorothy House.
Please do look at Lynne’s website www.boothvrt.co.uk

In February 2015 I completed the ‘M’ technique foot and hand treatment, at Dorothy House Hospice.
This is a fantastic foot, lower leg, hand and arm treatment, which works on the sensory system. It is extremely relaxing and therapeutic. It can be offered to a wide range of clients & patients – from people in full health to very ill patients. This treatment only takes 10 minutes for the feet and lower legs or the hand and lower arm.

In addition, in August 2015, I attended the Olive training college, Warminster, with tutor Liz Lee. Liz has many years of experiencing in lecturing in beauty and holistic therapies, at some of the biggest and most successful further education colleges in the country. Since attending I have qualified with Vctc in facial skincare and massage treatments. I can now offer a range of facials –hydrating, deep cleansing and balancing with a holistic massage. Facials are a wonderfully therapeutic and relaxing treatment. Blow away the winter blues, or prepare for your summer holiday, with a facial to brighten and hydrate your skin. Learn how to remain hydrated with a recommended skincare routine to ensure you come home with fabulous skin.

If you are interested in training in holistic or beauty therapies please do look at Liz Lee’s website. At the Olive training college you will attend very small classes or individual training. www.olivetraining.co.uk

In August I also started a level 3 diploma in aromatherapy, which I am waiting for my final assessment results.
Aromatherapy is a natural, truly wonderful & amazing therapy, for relaxing or uplifting using Essential oils. A totally natural plant based extraction, derived from flowers, leaves, gems and bark which are blended with different mediums -massage oils, bathing, skin lotions, compresses and inhalation to treat many conditions – stress & anxiety, muscle tension, headaches, skin conditions & insomnia, to name but a few.
 
Aromatherapy helps to promote good health and well-being. This wonderful therapy, can help so many people in so many different ways, it is truly amazing!

I use aromatherapy every day, which I find so helpful with many everyday situations and health concerns – concentration & being alert, relaxing and calming, a pick me up when I am feeling low, insomnia and many different ailments which my friends and family encounter. A therapy, which is so easy to use, easily accessible, relatively inexpensive and totally natural! All blends are so well received. I am constantly asked for repeat of blends as well as helping with specific health care needs people are experiencing.

Watch this space with special offers to celebrate and introduce Aromatherapy!












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