Guide Teaches Reflexology Theory Required for Certification

The holistic wellness therapy of reflexology is beneficial for clients by offering stress management, pain relief, and overall stimulation of the body’s systems.

Practitioners of reflexology work intensely to develop both the skills and knowledge required to perform the stimulating techniques on client’s reflex points.

Colin Paddon, complementary medicine expert, shares with reflexology students and practicing therapists his holistic knowledge in the educational DVD, A Guide to Reflexology, and its corresponding guide book, Reflexology for Holistic Therapists.

Reflexology Basics

Reflexology Treatment on FootReflexology involves the stimulation of various pressure points on the client’s hands, feet, or ears. These pressure points correspond with each of the body’s major organs and body systems, and the stimulation of these points encourages rejuvenation and healing within the body.

Reflexology offers many benefits, including greater states of relaxation, pain relief, and even relieves many major symptoms of common diseases. Other benefits include:

  • improved blood and lymph circulation
  • cleansing of the body’s toxins
  • energy rejuvenation
  • strengthening of the immune system
  • rebalancing of hormones

It’s a non-invasive therapy that can be performed on any person, making this holistic therapy a great complement to many other alternative treatments and conventional medical care.

Reflexology Training

Students of reflexology have many options when it comes to enrolling in a reflexology course. To become a trained reflexology professional, a person must become well-familiarized with the foot, or the map to the entire body.

A holistic practitioner in the field of reflexology will bring tremendous relief to clients through the manipulation of the hands, feet, and ears. Knowing that one can offer great feelings of relaxation and relief to many common ailments is a driving force for students when starting out their reflexology training. Informative reflexology guides and holistic care manuals offer great assistance to students training in alternative therapy fields.

Certification Guides for Reflexologists

Paddon's Guide to ReflexologyOne of Canada’s top practitioners of complementary medicine, Colin Paddon, compiled his extensive knowledge of alternative therapies in an educational DVD, A Guide to Reflexology (CreateSpace). As an accompanyment, viewers can read Paddon’s guide, Reflexology for Holistic Therapists (Airmid Holistic Books).

Holistic healer Paddon is one of the most renowned teachers of holistic and alternative therapies. As a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Naturopathic Medicine, Paddon’s knowledge is evident in his presentation in A Guide to Reflexology.

Paddon is also an accomplished Reiki Master, Registered Massage Therapist, and Registered Aromatherapist. Reflexology for Holistic Therapists is a well-researched guide reflecting both Paddon’s passion and knowledge of the vast alternative medicine field.

For all reflexologists seeking certification, A Guide to Reflexology thoroughly discusses all the theory knowledge required to achieve success in this holistic field. Coupled with the resource guide, Reflexology for Holistic Therapists, reflexology students will reinforce all necessary information they need to bring the best quality therapy to their clients.

Even established reflexologists will appreciate Paddon’s extensive coverage of this holistic wellness approach.

For Paddon’s DVD, click > A Guide to Reflexology

For Paddon’s book, click > Reflexology for Holistic Therapists

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  1. Adam Benedetto says:

    I love reflexology. It is effective and is something that everyone can learn and use. I would love to see it used more as a preventive measure by helping people keep themselves balanced before health issues become a problem.

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