Fundamentals of Reflexology

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Fundamentals of Reflexology

This course is aimed at the person wishing to learn the basics of Reflexology and setting up a Reflexology practice as a business but does not equip you to work as a trained professional. The learning you gain here forms a fundamental part of the Diploma course.

$395.00 GST Included

PAYMENT

395

Course

CDPFRXQ09

Duration

3-6 months

Delivery Mode

Online and Remote

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Course Modules

Understanding how to market a small business or any business is critical to its success. Knowing who your customer is, where they are and why they would buy your product or service are some of the fundamentals of building a marketing plan.

The core sections to this module are:

  1. Develop marketing strategies
  2. Determine a marketing mix for the business
  3. Implement marketing strategies
  4. Monitor and improve marketing performance

This module covers the following key elements of learning:  

  • Determine objectives of the business plan, including marketing activity focus
  • Evaluate customer base
  • Understand what is ethically and culturally appropriate
  • Determine a marketing mix according to market and business needs
  • Determine marketing strategies, including briefing appropriate personnel on their responsibilities
  • Monitor and evaluate activities and performance, and correct performance gaps
  • Consult and communicate effectively with relevant people
  • Research and monitor ongoing changes and improvements

This module provides you with a description of the skills and knowledge required to establish the foundations of reflexology practice, evaluate what makes a sustainable practice and then to develop an approach to own practice.

The core sections to this module are:

  1. Establish foundations of reflexology practice
  2. Represent the reflexology framework
  3. Determine requirements for sustainable practice
  4. Develop approach to own practice

This module covers the following key elements of learning:

  • philosophies and principles of reflexology and zone therapy:
  • key features of complementary therapies used in conjunction with reflexology
  • key features of allied health services and their relationship to reflexology
  • place of reflexology practice in the broader health care system
  • features and differences of allopathic and naturopathic approaches to health and health treatments
  • professional reflexology networks and industry bodies
  • different models of professional reflexology practice and their key features:
  • components of sustainable practice:
  • legal and ethical considerations (national and state/territory) and how these are applied in individual practice:

This module provides you with a description of  the skills and knowledge required to gather client information, prepare equipment for reflexology, make observations of the feet and then select and use basic reflexology techniques and sequences based on information and observations.

The core sections to this module are:

  1. Prepare for treatment
  2. Make feet and hand observations
  3. Select and use reflexology techniques and sequences
  4. Finalise treatment and advise client

This module covers the following key elements of learning:

  • principles of reflexology and zone therapy:
  • legal and ethical considerations (national and state/territory) for providing relaxation reflexology:
  • client information required prior to relaxation treatment
  • protocols for conducting reflexology sessions in relation to:
  • key features of the reflexology map of hands and feet
  • factors to consider in foot observation and how to respond:
  • precautions to be taken in reflexology for relaxation
  • signs of structural abnormalities, conditions on which to work lightly, often or for a short time
  • reflexology relaxation techniques and how to apply them:
  • reflexology techniques and sequences and how to apply them:
  • use of leverage in reflexology and its appropriate use
  • holding and supporting techniques
  • factors that affect the level of pressure applied
  • basic structure and function of systems and regions of the body and their respective reflexes

This module provides you with a description of skills and knowledge to establish and manage professional one-to-one relationships with clients in the context of providing an ongoing health service or intervention.

This module applies to community services or health workers who have defined responsibilities to work independently with clients within broad but established guidelines.

The core sections to this module are:

  1. Establish professional relationship with the client
  2. Manage client interactions
  3. Provide effective responses to client enquiries

This module covers the following key elements of learning:

  • legal and ethical considerations for establishing and managing client relationships and how these are applied:
  • modes and techniques for effective communication
  • role of motivational interviewing during client interactions to facilitate:
  • techniques for motivational interviewing:
  • barriers and influences on communication and ways to respond:
  • techniques for dealing with difficult communication situations:
  • types of information that may be provided to clients as relevant:

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