Hot Stone Reflexology Course
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Hot Stone Reflexology Treatment
This course allows you to adapt your reflexology techniques using hot and cold stones.
This hot stone therapy is a wonderful additional treatment for therapists who are qualified in Reflexology. During a hot stone reflexology treatment you will use the stones treating the leg up to the knee area and the foot. The stones are used to work over the muscles and tissues to help relax them. The stones are also used on the reflex points located on the feet.
This treatment is a deeply relaxing treatment for your clients as the hot stones are calculated to go 10 times deeper than our hands can go during a reflexology treatment. The heat from the stones allows the muscles to relax at their deepest level.
During the course you will learn:
- History to stone therapy
- Introductory to stone therapy
- Types of stones
- Benefits and effects
- Contra Indications / Actions
- Aftercare Advice
- Hygiene and care for your stones & heaters
- Principles of treatment
- Combining hot stones with reflexology
- Opening & closing techniques
- Practical tuition in hot stone reflexology
1 Day - 9.00am to 4.00pm.
If you wish to purchase a hot stone kit through us please select option 2 from the PayPal menu (this cost is course cost + kit)
Our hot stone kit includes: 5.7 ltr stone water heater, 40 Basalt stones, Chakra set + storage box. Kit Costs £130.68
If you would prefer a Valsini heated bag incl. stones (no water needed) you can purchase one directly through their website at: www.vulsini.com/vulsini-mini-bag--hot-stone-reflexology-kit-207-p.asp You can get 5% discount on your orders by submitting a discount code. If you would prefer this option please contact us for the discount code.
If you would like to book on this course please select the 'Paypal' option above. Ensure that you insert your email address so we can contact you to book your course.
Or you can email us, or contact Charlotte on 07900 506 277 to discuss available dates.
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