What do you know about Reflexologist jobs? Are you interested in a career in holistic therapy? Reflexologist jobs involve applying thumb and finger pressure on different points on a patient's hands and feet. A Relexologist believes that these points are said to be linked to the major organs via 'energy pathways', and the pressure can encourage natural healing. This treatment is used for a variety of conditions including chronic back pain, sports injuries, and sleep disorders.
There are no legal requirements to practice as a Reflexologist, though there are a number of professional bodies that provide industry recognition to qualified reflexologists. Entry to training courses typically requires knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and biology. There are also courses at both degree and postgraduate level.
Mature entrants are welcome, and experience in healthcare, massage, beauty therapy or counselling are useful skills for applicants. To become accredited by one of the professional bodies typically requires completion of a course, plus a period of supervised practice. Approved courses take at least a year, often part-time, at weekends or in the evening.
This will involve a minimum of 100 hours of study and observed practical sessions. As this practice becomes more widely accepted, many Nurses and health care workers are learning it as an additional skill.
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