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2018-11-12
Office Closed until Monday 26th November

Dear Members & Friends
WE ARE MOVING OFFICE
TO A NEW ADDRESS!!

Our office will be closed from Monday 12th November
and We will re-open on Monday 26th November!

Our Sincere Apologies for any inconvenience!!!

 

2018-09-28
PRACTITIONER'S DIPLOMA IN REFLEXOLOGY 2018/2019

DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE
TO
TRAIN WITH THE BEST!!!

START A NEW CAREER AS A
REFLEXOLOGIST!

Our Accredited Schools
are Enrolling Now!
Nationwide!!!

Don't miss it and apply now!
>>ENROLL HERE>>

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2018-09-19
Warm Welcome to NEW NRRI ACCREDITED SCHOOL!!!

Tell Your Friends! Tell Your Family!
Seek no further!!

Train with the Best!

NRRI Accredited Practitioner's
Diploma in Reflexology
starts on 10th NOVEMBER
with "The South East Academy
of Classical Reflexology"
in Wexford!
Principal:
Gwendoline Cunningham

MORE DETAILS>>here>>

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How can Reflexology help you?

About Reflexology

Reflexology has been known to mankind for thousands of years, going back to the ancient cultures of China and Egypt, as depicted in stone carvings dating back to 2330 B.C.

In modern times an increasing number of people are availing of this safe and natural therapy as a way of relaxing, balancing and harmonising the body. There are many factors in life, such as illness, stress, injury, that can create a state of imbalance, a state of disease - but the body has a natural ability to heal itself.

Reflexology can restore and maintain the body's natural equilibrium.
This gentle, non-invasive therapy, encourages the body to heal itself at its own pace, sometimes counteracting many years of misuse. Drugs or medication are never used in reflexology, but diet is very important and your therapist will advise you accordingly.

Reflexology has been successful in relieving many acute and chronic conditions, such as insomnia, menstrual problems, migraine, sinusitis, vertigo, asthma, sciatica, and many others.
In addition, its benefits extend to improving the circulation, purifying the lymphatic system, improved functioning of the intestines, liver, and kidneys, a general detoxification bringing increased awareness accompanied by mental and cellular relaxation.
In the field of Oncology an increasing number of consultants are recognising the benefits of this relaxing and calming therapy, and it is now accepted as standard practice in many Maternity units.

Courses of treatment vary in length, depending in each case on the body's needs. Long standing problems might require up to 6-8 sessions. A single session will usually last about one hour. Once your body has regained its equilibrium, an occasional treatment will stimulate your immune system and maintain your well-being.

 

Department of Health and Children

Guidelines on Complementary Therapies

Introduction

More people now choose to use complementary therapy when managing their health and well being. There are a wide variety of complementary therapies available. The level of qualification and length of training can vary among practitioners. Because of this, it is important to be sure that you make the right choice.

Finding a reflexologist
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