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Posted by: Aleksandra Jawulska, 8 Jan 2015 4:05PM
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Reflexology course search

Hello everyone, I'm looking to take a reflexology course in London, that is affordable, thorough and part-time to fit around a part-time work schedule. I realise it's a lot, hopefully someone has found or done a course they can recommend. I'm already practicing massage and really want to move more into eastern techniques, so would like to use the skills in existing body treatments as well as the basis for reflexology treatments that I can build upon the knowledge for. All help is much appreciated Aleksandra


Mariette Lobo
8 Jan 2015 4:14PM

I would recommend the Bayly School professional practitioner course taught by Nicola Hall (who trained with Doreen Bayly). You'll find further information on their website.
Aleksandra Jawulska
8 Jan 2015 4:16PM

I'll look into that, thanks very much for the quick response and recommendation.
8 Jan 2015 4:19PM

Dear Aleksandra, Thanks for your message. Please follow the link to ITEC Complementary Therapy Courses. There are quite a few part- time courses you can enrol to. http://www.itecworld.co.uk/uk_qualifications/Diplomas.aspx?CategoryID=22 Or you can find a centre in United Kingdom who offer Reflexology courses and request for their enrolment brochures. Here's the link on ITEC website: http://www.itecworld.co.uk/colleges/default.aspx?s=7&q=null&c=United+Kingdom&p= Hope this has helped. Regards, CThA
Mariette Lobo
8 Jan 2015 6:11PM

Hmmm....interesting! I do question the ethics of an "independent" professional membership body (CThA) recommending it's sister organisation's courses (ITEC) to members. This link between CThA and ITEC has never sat comfortably with me. I'm not aware of any other "independent" professional membership body that has it's own training arm and/or vice versa.
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