Intro to Nerve reflexology
A shortcut to faster and more efficient treatment, Nerve
Reflexology is a therapeutic method that works directly with the nervous
system. The method uses more than 100 precisely localized points, all
of which are found on the periosteum of the foot skeleton. Each point
reflects a specific nerve or structure of the nervous system.
Points are treated with a static manual pressure until any pain in the point has subsided, but maximum 15 seconds. The method has therapeutic value and at the same time provides diagnostic feedback about the condition of the body’s tissues.
Because impulses are given directly to the nervous system, the method allows for very precise treatment, and the effect often occurs immediately. For example, it is easy to observe how tight muscles relax immediately by testing range of motion, and clients often feel surprisingly quick pain relief.
The Overview of techniques shows all the techniques we teach in the workshop.
Touchpoint offer diploma courses in Nerve Reflexology.
The complete training consists of 3 individual three-day modules.
All 3 modules include introduction and basic technique, and you may therefore follow the courses in any order you wish.
If you would like to become a licensed Nerve Reflexologist, you need to pass the exam we offer after completion of all 3 modules.
Nerve Reflexology was originally discovered in Germany by Walther
and Ellen Froneberg. Today the method is constantly being developed and
refined under the auspices of Belgium based MNT-NR International headed
by physiotherapist Nico Pauly.
Nerve Reflexology is best known amongst physiotherapists and reflexologists in Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark, Greece and United Kingdom.
An extensive fully illustrated workbook is included with the workshop.