New Year, New Beginnings: Don’t miss out on the last chance to book for new classes starting in February 2021 at The Irish School of Reflexology and Wellness in Stranorlar, Co. Donegal.
The Irish School of Reflexology & Wellness are leaders in holistic health education.
Tatiana Grosso, Principal of ISR&W explains more:
Our goal is to educate and train our students to the highest levels of excellence.
We achieve this by:
1. Offering Comprehensive, professional and multi-platform education;
2. Delivering high-quality course material and experienced tutors;
3. Accompanying students through their own journey of personal growth during their training.
By constantly monitoring and improving our own high standards, the ISR&W fosters competence, professionalism, and community; and always strives to preserve and share knowledge in natural healing. Through the promotion of these values we demonstrate our respect for our students, employees, associates and our community.
Practitioner’s Diploma in Foot Reflexology
We are getting ready to start a new term of our Diploma on the 27th and 28th February in Ballyboffey.
Our Practitioner’s Diploma in Foot Reflexology consists of 150 Hours of tutoring in the classroom and 60 hours of practical work at home. The diploma is part-time (one weekend per month for 12 months), which means students will need to attend just one weekend per month. The school is affiliated with the NRRI (National Register of Reflexologists Ireland http://www.
Enrolment is now open on www.irishschoolofreflexology.
ITEC Level 3 Award in Diet and Nutrition
We are really looking forward to teaching this course because nutrition and diet are a fundamental part of a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Health comes from an holistic approach that takes into consideration the whole picture: we are what we eat, we are what we do and we are what we think. So keeping all this in mind: what we do needs to be healing, what we eat needs to be strengthening, what we think needs to be uplifting. People today are developing a new and responsible attitude to themselves, a new concept of sickness and health, and this in turn is leading them to preventative methods of healing therapies that gives them faith in themselves.
I have always been interested in Nutrition. But the role and importance of Nutrition became clearer to me as I progressed with my studies and as I was working with my own patients.
I have started to appreciate even more the benefits of having a proper diet while practicing and teaching Reflexology.
This qualification is geared towards learners who want to work within the complementary therapy industry. This course can be a great chance for personal development and awareness also for people who are not from the sector to gain insight and knowledge about Nutrition and will open up great opportunities of development and progression in holistic health. We, as therapists, can support our clients in this journey by adding this skill to our knowledge library.
The Nutrition Course will start on the 9th of February and it will be taught online over 22 weeks, one evening per week and a full Saturday per month. Enrolment is now open on www.irishschoolofreflexology.
This course will be temporarily run online due to Covid-19 to ensure the safety of all our staff and students. We hope to be able to return to in-person learning when it is safe to do so.
The Irish School of Reflexology and Wellness is located at The Base Enterprise Centre, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal.
Enrolment is open now for the new term in February 2021 at www.irishschoolofreflexology.com