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Practitioner's Diploma in Reflexology

New Term March 2022

This is a Practitioner' s Diploma course affiliated with the NRRI, and is run over 14 months with 2 months off for case studies and practical work. Please note ITEC accreditation is also available from 2021. 

The training we provide in traditional Reflexology enables students to build their own successful practice or add to their existing health care practice. Helping others to heal is our mission and the priority in everything that we teach. We aim to offer our students a fulfilling learning experience and build confidence in their ability to help others. Our overall mission is to promote healing through the benefits of Reflexology.


We place a strong focus on the practical side of Reflexology. We teach approaches to treatment including the pressure, the location of the points and relevant techniques for appropriate conditions. Our objective is to empower our students to assist their own clients in addressing their health problems successfully.

We only work with small groups [max. 20 students] and give one-to-one guidance under the supervision of trainers with years of clinical and teaching experience in the industry of complementary healing.
 

Our Diploma is a completely comprehensive course with two months study time before the examinations. As such there is no requirement for a student to have experience of reflexology prior to enrolling. The course is accredited by the National Register of Reflexologists, Ireland.

During the course there will always be a balance between learning the theory side of reflexology and the practical work. Students must complete all modules in order to graduate in the Diploma Course. However if a student is unable to attend a module, efforts will be made to accommodate and re-arrange the class missed at a date suitable for both parties. Facilitating this is at the discretion of the school principal.

 

COURSE BOOKS

  • Stories the Feet can tell through Reflexology – the original works of Eunice D. Ingham ISBN 978-0-9611804-3-0. 

  • Reflexology Handouts supplied by the Irish School of Reflexology 

  • An Introductory Guide to Anatomy and Physiology by Louise Tucker ( Revised Edition) General Editor: Jane Foulston  ISBN 1-903348-04-8. 

  • Reflexology Harmony and Health - Sr Brega Whelan (Optional)

  • The Reflexology Handbook: A Complete Guide by Laura Norman with Thomas Cowan ISBN 978-0-7499-2738-7

Locations, dates and fees information can be found on our Enrollment page. 

LOCATION NOTES

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DIPLOMA COURSE I DATES  2022/2023

DUBLIN 2022/2023

19/20 March                              
23/24 April                                 
21/22 May                                  
25/26 June                                  
16/17 July                                   
27/28 August                             
17/18 September                      
22/23 October                           
19/20 November                       
10/11 December                       
21/22 January 2023

18/19 February 2023                                          

DONEGAL 2022/2023

05/06 March 
02/03 April
07/08 May 
11/12 June
02/03 July
13/14 August
10/11 September
01/02 October
05/06 November 
03/04 December 
07/08 January 2023
04/05 February 2023 

NEW TERMS STARTING...

Dublin School: 19 & 20 March 2022
Donegal School: 5 & 6 March 2022

ITEC ACCREDITATION  - NEW

 

We’re delighted to announce that from 2021 on we will be offering ITEC accreditation as an additional add-on to our Practitioners’ Diploma in Reflexology. ITEC provides leading international qualifications, specialising in Beauty & Spa Therapy, Hairdressing, Complementary Therapies, Sports & Fitness Training and Customer Service with centres in 39 countries. This is an optional accreditation, in addition to the existing accreditation offered with the National Register of Reflexologists in Ireland. This accreditation is offered following completion of an additional 20 hours of tutoring in Anatomy and Physiology. It is being offered in response to feedback from our students.

  • The additional accreditation involves 20 additional hours of tutoring on Anatomy and Physiology and an additional ITEC exam.

  • This tuition will take place online and will be scheduled for evenings. 

  • This qualification is open to anyone that has completed the Practitioners’ Diploma in Reflexology. 

  • New students can chose to sit the NRRI or the ITEC exam when they register for the Diploma course. The option to sit both is also available.

 

To make enquiries into this additional accreditation please email irishschoolofreflexology@gmail.com