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School Address: Zardus Art of Massage & Wellness Spa, 1 Lincoln Ave, Gardiner, ME 04345

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Welcome to The SoleWise School of Reflexology

CeRtification Program 

306 hours

 

Reflexology is a non-invasive, therapeutic technique affecting the entire organism. Using a specialized technique applied to the feet, hands or outer ears, reflexology induces relaxation and can stabilize various organs and hormones, helping to balance one’s entire neurobiological system. Learn how you can provide this for others.

SoleWise School of Reflexology  offers a 306 hour reflexology certification course twice per year with start dates in the spring and fall.

 

The course includes 182 hours of hands-on learning including

  • I Anatomy and Physiology,

  • I supervised practice,

  • I clinical practice,

  • I business management.

 

124 hours can be worked

  • around your own schedule

  • research projects,

  • a book report and

  • case studies.

 

Classes are held on Saturday and Sunday every other week at Zardus Art of Massage & Wellness Spa, 1 Lincoln Ave, Gardiner, Maine.   

SoleWise School of Reflexology is licensed by the Maine Department of Education and is the only state approved Reflexology School in Maine. Students become certified in foot and hand reflexology and will qualify to apply for the national certification with the American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB).

 

Application for the Certification Course

Applying for attendance in this course requires a simple application along with an essay indicating your reasons for wanting this for yourself. It should also include some background information on your career to-date. If you've been a stay-at-home Mom or Dad, that counts!   

Information on tuition and payment plans are found on the Tuition page. As part of the tuition, students receive two reflexology books, a hand and a foot chart suitable for hanging on the wall and a study chart. For this reason, early registration allows for time to order necessary supplies. SoleWise School of Reflexology is now offering early enrollment pricing for next certification program.

Class Schedule:

Classes are held from 8:30 to 4:00 generally every other weekend. Adjustments are made to accommodate major holidays. Request information on the current schedule.  

 

Why Reflexology?

Research shows that benefits of reflexology include reduction in stress, improved sleep patterns and increased circulation, all of which contribute to improved health. This ancient healing art utilizes the principle that applied pressure to reflex points on the feet, hand and ears, will reflexively stimulate energy to a related organ in the body and promote healing.

It Can Help With.....

Digestion

Just doing what reflexology does best – relieving stress – helps the body to return to balance, enabling improved digestion and elimination of waste.

Fatigue

Reflexology resolves to release much of the pent up energy in the human body creating blocks contributing to fatigue.

Detoxification

The reflexologist concentrates on stimulation of the colon, urinary tract, liver, lymphatic system and the lungs. This stimulates the body to eliminate the toxins.

Women's Health

Anxiety and depression are the most common mental health problems. The relaxation benefits of reflexology tend to extend beyond massages. For example, a 2002 study published in the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics found that a foot massage and reflexology could decrease depression and anxiety in postmenopausal women.

Arthritis

In the U.S., osteoarthritis affects over 50 million people, and it is more common than rheumatoid arthritis. Several studies suggest that reflexology can reduce the pain associated with arthritis.

 Migraine & Tension

Headaches

Foot reflexology can also effectively reduce tension and migraine headaches.

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