The Donegal branch of The Irish School of Reflexology is launching a new term of professional training programs this February.
Due to popular demand, the Irish School of Reflexology is starting a new term on the 15th and 16th of February.
“We usually start a new term every September,” says Tatiana Grosso, Principal of the School.
‘The demand and interest in Reflexology are growing and so is the demand for new therapists.
“We are very passionate about Reflexology and that translates to our students too. Their enthusiasm to learn Reflexology makes our job so very rewarding and motivates the teachers to step up and be good examples for the students, combining good techniques and to be professional too.
“At The ISR we aim to teach every individual, not just the group, looking to specific ways to help each one of our students in this process in a way that is tailored exactly to them,” says Tatiana.
“We want our students to feel confident in their own practice when they finish the Diploma course so they are in a position to confidently and effectively help their clients with their own complaints and problems. Helping others to heal is our mission and the priority in everything that we teach.
“We aim to offer our students a fulfilling learning experience and support them in building confidence in their ability to help others. Our overall mission is to promote healing through the benefits of Reflexology.
“The school is affiliated with the NRRI (National Register of Reflexologists Ireland http://www.nationalreflexology.ie/) and fully Accredited. Whether you are new to the health industry or wish to add to your range of professional skills, then The Irish School of Reflexology has what you’re looking for.”
The Ballybofey-based school is now taking enrolments for a new Diploma Qualification course beginning in February 2020.
The courses are:
> Easy to fit into your work schedule and run at weekends
> Based in an easily accessible location
> Fully accredited with the NRRI
> Designed to train professionals to start their own Reflexology business upon certification
The Diploma consists of 150 hours of tutoring in the classroom and the 60 hours of practical work that the students must do at home. The Diploma is part-time (one weekend per month; Saturday and Sunday) which means students have to attend one weekend per month only.
At the end of the year, students will be awarded a Diploma in Traditional Foot Reflexology (recognised by all the major health insurance companies) and will be able to start their own practice.
The new term is starting on the 15th and 16th of February 2020 at the Base Enterprise Centre – Stranorlar, Co. Donegal. Participants only have to attend classes one weekend per month. Enrolment is open now at www.irishschoolofreflexology.com
The Irish School of Reflexology facilitates beginners, post-graduates and practitioners in developing their skills and expanding their knowledge. It provides popular Refresher Courses for existing qualified Reflexologists.
Reflexology is an ancient Chinese natural healing method that works by applying gentle pressure to zones located on the feet. The demand is growing, according to Tatiana Grosso Lawless, Principal of the Irish School of Reflexology.
“We only work with small groups [max. 20 students] and give one-to-one guidance under the supervision of trainers with years of clinical and teaching experience in the industry of complementary healing. If you chose to enrol in a training course with us, we will offer you a fascinating, challenging and very fulfilling journey.”
Some of the modules are:
- How to use Reflexology to work on specific illnesses and conditions as well as the whole body
- How to set up your own Reflexology practice
- Maternity and Infertility Reflexology
- An introduction to hand Reflexology
- Anatomy and physiology- all the systems of the body. Understand order in order to understand disorders
- Nutrition and healthy habits
- How to interact with patients and manage their care
Tatiana continued: “The sequence we teach is the Eunice Ingham’s sequence, which I learned from my teacher Sr. Brega Whelan, a real pioneer of Reflexology in Ireland. She has been practicing Reflexology since 1982 and I was lucky enough to be in her last class, before her retirement and it has proven to be very effective as we use it all the time in our practices.
“Our overall mission is to promote healing through the benefits of Reflexology.”
At the end of the year, students will take exams to earn their Diploma in Traditional Foot Reflexology. Students are supported with regular assessments, practice and homework to provide them with the knowledge to succeed.
Enrolment is open now for the new term in February at Base Enterprise Centre – Stranorlar, Co. Donegal. To apply or for more information please visit www.irishschoolofreflexology.com or call Tatiana on 0862071065.