5 levels DIPLOMA education
You don't need to be a health practitioner
You don't need to have any experience to enrol in this course – you just need to want to help others!
Eager to learn how to bring balance to the body, treat physical and mental affections, and calm pain by stimulating reflex areas and points on the face and scalp?
If so, this education may be the right one for you!
Facial Reflexology Therapy is a natural method that can be applied to children, adults, and the elderly.
Through this education, you will learn about a modern, natural, and effective methodology for which you need just your hands and knowledge to apply!
An education in Facial Reflexology Therapy can enable you to work independently while helping others live healthier and without pain.
What is Facial Reflexology Therapy?
Lone Sorensen has developed facial Reflexology Therapy since 1978.
The method can be defined as manual stimulation of nerve reflex areas and points on the face and scalp. These areas and points trigger different actions in the nervous system, causing positive and normalizing effects on the entire body's function.
Facial Reflexology Therapy combines 7 steps that make up the base treatment and 8 additional techniques that can be combined as needed to address the health condition at hand.
The method's roots date back many centuries, as it is based on various indigenous traditions and practices. Facial Reflexology Therapy stems from both ancient and modern therapies, and with the addition of human anatomy and physiology knowledge, it has the potential to balance the individual on all levels - including physically, psychologically, and energetically.
Facial Reflexology Therapy Sorensensistem™ combines Oriental meridian theory, Vietnamese and South American microsystem maps, and modern neuroscience. The method enables those with the right training to identify imbalances in the client’s body functions and with the knowledge and manual skills to set on a healing process.
The method Lone Sorensen use are based on different Micro systems with scientific research behind; Dr Yamamoto (YNSA), Japan. Dr Castillo Morales, Argentina. Dr Wong, USA. Dr Chau, Vietnam, Maria Perez, Argentina, Dr. J. Bossy, France.
You can book a time slot with your trainer at your convenience.
Hands-on is an optional add-on to your education.
It is not required, and you can complete your education without it.
INTRODUCTION TO FACIAL REFLEXOLOGY by Lone Sorensen
Meet your teacher and hear how Facial Reflexology therapy has been developed and designed since 1978 based on thousands of clients' experiences and studies of Micro-systems.
Provides students with essential knowledge and manual skills to practice with family, friends, and colleagues. The student will be able to provide a health-promoting and preventive treatment that brings everybody into better physical and mental health and relieve everyday stress. Students will also learn to relieve pain anywhere in the body by stimulating nerve reflex areas on the face.
Students will gain a deeper understanding of the cause of different diseases. The body's internal meridian and nervous system connections are taught at this level, aiming to provide students with the necessary knowledge to organize individual treatment protocols for any health problem, whether physical or psychological.
Level 2 is also where students learn additional techniques that can be applied in combination with the 7-step base treatment after the individual analysis of a client's problem.
Takes students more profound into the brain structures aiming at gaining an understanding of the brain and midbrain functions. Students can use the knowledge acquired to combine the Biofeedback microsystem of 564 nerve points.
Dr Castillo’s muscle stimulation is a unique technique used when addressing facial paralysis and other muscular dysfunctions related to speaking, swallowing, and chewing. Moreover, as Dr Castillo’s muscle stimulation is great for improving muscle tone, it can also help with droopy eyelids or acts as an anti-wrinkle treatment.
Provides knowledge of endocrinology - studying the development, functions, and diseases of hormone-producing organs.
At this level, students will learn about the consequences of hormonal imbalance and how to help the body return to normal hormonal harmony.
Level 4 also provides students with knowledge about the gut-brain connection and access to effective additional techniques such as the Colon link - used to balance the hormonal system and the vagus nerve - and the Yamamoto method - used to treat neurological diseases, as well as visual and hearing dysfunctions.
Fulfilled education. After completing the exam, students will receive a diploma and will be able to open their own clinic or be employed in a spa company, assist in health clinics, schools, nursing homes, or within disability care.
In this final level, we will address the remaining topics of treating acute sports injuries and how to start your own business with Facial Reflexology Therapy, amongst other relevant topics.
Exam and Diploma
The exam assignment consists of a combination of practical and written submissions.
The student must perform a 10-session series of treatments for a client.
1- describe the client's health problem
2- describe the treatment protocol
3- Write a comment between each of the 10 sessions. Describe in detail the client's course of reactions.
4- After the 10th treatment, write an in-depth conclusion.
The exam assignment must be submitted no later than 12 weeks after completion of level 5.
After completing the exam, students will receive a diploma and will be able to open their own clinic or be employed in a spa company, assist in health clinics, schools, nursing homes or within disability care.
The most unique and rewarding course can be highly recommended - Lone Sorensen probably has Denmark's - if not the world's most extensive knowledge base regarding Face Reflex Therapy as she has developed it through experience with Dr Yamamoto, Dr Chau, and considerable capacities in the field! She is ready for this league.
Jette Bondesen Lund, Nurse and Holistic therpist, Denmark
The Facial Reflexology education, Method Lone Sorensen, is the best education I have ever taken, and I have taken many!
Marie Koepke, Holistic therapist, Colorado, USA
Best education/course within the field I have followed Lone Sorensen for many years and have been participating in two of her courses. Simply the best of its kind! She is a unique and sincere person.
My best recommendations.
June Rosenkilde, Holistic therpist, Denmark
After finishing level 5, you can open your clinic or be employed in a spa company, assist in health clinics, schools, nursing homes or within disability care.
Katharina is one of the many students who, just a few weeks after finishing the 5 levels of education in Facial Reflex therapy in 2017, was able to open her clinic in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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 specific ideas with the Buddhist tradition. For instance, "cause and effect" is one of the major concepts of Tibetan Medicine. Within Tibetan Medicine, there are two major causes of all illnesses: long-term and short-term (immediate) causative factors.
The fundamental principle of Tibetan medicine is that the body, the disease, and the 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 emotions- are composed of these five elements. Each of them plays a major role as an aspect of all matter, individually and in combination. 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 considers diet, nutrition, behaviour, and lifestyle as essential elements of successful treatment. Besides 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 primary 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.
The courses are CE provided
The Courses Reflexology sorensensistem™️ is approved and Co-sponsored by Lone Sorensen, P00124, and is approved as a provider of continuing education by the American Reflexology Certification Board. Recognized for y Co-sponsored by the North Carolina Reflexology Association and the Center for Healing Arts, NCBTMB. EEUU Approved by DDZ, Denmark. Approved by AoR, United Kingdom Approved by Federation for Holistic Therapists. (FHT) Uk Approved by Irish Reflexologists' Institute (IRI), Approved by Australia Reflexology Association.
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