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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes you can learn Reflexology online. Participating in a training program that fits your learning style, is what an online course does. With an online training program you eliminate the need to travel to and from class.
Here are the benefits:
- In our on-line training program, your training materials (videos, MP3, class materials and webinars) are all internet based and this supports the environment and is cost effective for you the student.
- The exams and quizzes are not stressful or intimating like offline training programs.
- Your courses (and instructor!) are available 24 hours a day! If you are not successful training online it is because you failed to set a time to attend class online.
- Attending an online training program allows you to receive more one-on-one attention not available in offline training programs. This means you have lots different ways to communicate with your Instructor on a 24/7 basis.
- Online learning and training is the way of the future thanks to technology. Research has found that taking classes online is the number one choice for students and educators.
- We utilize state-of-the-art delivery of training and materials, with videos and MP3 you can watch and listen to when and as often as you want.
- The course training materials can be downloaded and printed if you prefer having a hard copy.
- You will receive handouts, charts, weekly assignments to enhance and support what you are learning. All lessons build upon each other to prepare you to successfully complete the training program.
- Scheduled webinars with your Instructor to help you stay focus in achieving your desired Reflexology training goals.
- One-on-one consultation available with your Instructor is an added plus in building confidence and receiving encouragement and support.
Men and women who are and are not healthcare practitioners and have a genuine desire to learn Reflexology for personal or professional reasons in relieving pain and stress in the body. Our basic Reflexology training program lays the foundation for learning Reflexology as a self-help tool, starting a new career, or adding it to an existing healthcare practice.
Differences Between Reflexology And Massage Therapy lies within the area that is worked on by the therapist.
- Massage therapists tend to concentrate on the whole body in order to achieve a universal sense of relaxation and stress relief.
- Reflexologists, on the other hand, work very precisely on specific areas of the body to relieve certain symptoms an individual is having. The feet, hands, and ears are the most common areas that a reflexology works to achieve desired results, while massage therapy principally focuses on all the muscles of the back and torso.
- Another difference between Reflexology and Massage therapy is the type of technique that is used to perform the therapy. Massage therapists often work with wide, broad strokes, using their whole hands either cupped or with the fingers together in order to massage broad ranges of the body.
- Reflexologists, on the other hand, work towards affecting and stimulating the nerve endings that are located within very specific points of the feet, hands and ears, and to that end, they employ small movements with their fingers in order to manipulate them.
- Whereas massage therapists work to help someone overcome an injury or just to feel good in general, people often visit Reflexologists in order to treat specific symptoms.
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