TCM Foot Reflex Therapy Module 1 to 5 Online Course by Lone Sorensen
Author: Lone Sorensen
File size: 35.56 GB
Media Type: Online Course
Delivery Time: 1-12 hours.
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You Want A Successful Foot Reflexology Practice and
The School of Lone Sorensen is based on Tibetan Medicine.
What is Tibetan Medicine?
Tibetan Medicine- one of the world’s oldest healing traditions, has been practised for more than four thousand years. TM, called “Sowa Rigpa” in Tibetan, means the knowledge and science of healing. “Sowa” means to heal the imbalanced, and “Rigpa” means the knowledge or science of a particular subject.
Causes of Disease in Tibetan Medicine
Tibetan medicine also borrows and shares certain ideas with the Buddhist tradition. For instance, “cause and effect” is one of the major concepts that Tibetan Medicine. Within Tibetan Medicine, there are two major causes of all illnesses: long-term causative factors and short- term (immediate) causative factors.
The fundamental principle of Tibetan medicine is that the body, the disease, and treatment all share common principles and comprise the five elements, earth, fire, water, air, and space. This approach recognizes that everything in the universe – plants, animals, and human beings, including all our body tissues, internal organs, skin, skeletal system and even emotions, are composed of these five elements. Each of them plays a major role, both individually and in combination as aspects of all matter. The five elements maintain reciprocal relationships. When they stay in balance, it results in a healthy body and mind.
Tibetan medicine uses three analyzing methods when examining a client -observing, palpating (feeling), and inquiring about current health issues.
Tibetan medicine equally considers diet, nutrition, behaviour, and lifestyle as essential elements of successful treatment. Apart from these methods, Tibetan medicine also applies accessory therapies to promote positive treatment results. These therapies may include foot, face, and hand neuro-reflexology.
The Objectives of Tibetan Medicine:
The major goals of Tibetan Medicine are maintaining a healthy constitution through balance as an overall preventative approach, providing treatment methods for sick people, aiding in longevity, and assisting those who want to succeed in their physical body and spiritual fields.
Course Content 5 levels
- Traditional Oriental Medicine method.
- Analyzing areas and methodology of practical stimulation.
- Analyzing method of largest deposit from the feet.
- The basic method of 110 areas on the feet, classified according to the 5 Elements of Tibetan Medicine and how to treat them.
Theory: Tibetan meridians and 5 Elements
- Muscle map: specific muscle areas of the full body.
- Map of Nervous System-Specific spinal Nerve map.
- Colon link method: brain-colon connection, map of brain-colon nerve relationship.
- Coordination and combination of basic and additional methods.
- How to organize individual and personalized treatment protocols.
This course provides you with the knowledge to analyze and treat your clients to enhance their well-being!
Today´s Method Of Use
The Tibetan way of looking at disease, analyzing disease, mind/body health, and body homeostasis is very different from the western way.
However, there are some aspects of Tibetan reflexology that have been explained through the understanding of modern medicine as seen from the westerner’s mind.
There are many methods of TCM reflexology (e.g.: Five Elements or the Eight Principles way of analysis and treatment), is all about establishing TCM analysis first then applying stimulation of zones and points related to body meridians and Central Nerve System to achieve a natural flow of vital energy.
TCM is a highly complex, validated and refined system of analysis and treatment that has been successfully used for thousands of years by millions of people.
The method of analysis is the same system used in the Facial Reflexology Therapy sorensensistem™ method and the fundamental philosophy, approach and application of Tibetan medicine is the same.
You Can Help Anyone With TCM
Using this method will enable you to assist with all types of issues and help all kinds of people: babies, children, adults and the elderly.
In this course, you will learn everything you need to know to help people with their pain and health problems.
Foot reflexology is more than just a relaxing foot massage – you can do magic with your personally developed treatment plans for your clients, friends and family!
Are you a dedicated reflexology practitioner who is always trying to become better at your job?
In any case, it´s always important to train with the best in their field to either improve your already existing reflexology skills by learning from someone who has more experience than you, or, if you´re new to this, have the best education right from the start to get immediate exceptional results with your clients and run a successful reflexology business.
Or maybe you are thinking of changing your career and want to start a Foot Reflexology practice?
An excellent and ongoing education is essential to keep up with today´s rapidly changing and improving the professional world.
5000 Years of Experience
TCM Foot Reflexology is an ancient method that predates recorded history. The philosophy originated in Sri Lanka before Oriental traditional medicine and acupuncture which dates back over 5000 years.
My School trained more than 14.000 Thousand of professionals in the Original method of Reflex Therapy.
Facial Reflex Therapy® is a wonderful technique I have used for 40 years to get my clients amazing results.
Successfully completing the Diploma in Facial Reflex Therapy will qualify you to work as a highly trained professional practitioner all over the world.
It will also ensure that you have the skills to be successful in setting up and running your own practice.
Facial Reflex Therapy by Lone Sorensen Therapy® is one of the most effective ways to obtain fast results with your client’s health.
Owner of the International Institute Lone Sorensen, teacher, therapist, author and public speaker. Award winner for her therapeutic method in 2001 and 2017.
TCM Foot Reflex Therapy Module 1 to 5 Online Course by Lone Sorensen – What is it included: ( Content proof: Watch here! )
1. Material & Exam
2. TCM Foot Reflexology Manual Methods-Videos
3. TCM Muscles Reflexology-Videos