Diploma in Reflexology

Bayly School Diploma in Reflexology

This is a professional practitioner qualification and once achieved you you can apply for your practitioner insurance, full membership of the British Reflexology Association and register with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council

This bespoke course (a unique feature of Body in Balance Training) is not dependent on student numbers and does not have fixed start and finish dates. The course is tailored to your requirements and can commence whenever you are ready to start.

Course Details

Courses run on request to suit student needs. There is no minimum class number and classes are restricted to a maximum of 4 students. Courses are held in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland and further support is available following the course via Skype.

The course is taught over 9, monthly, face to face teaching modules. Between teaching modules your guided self-study is supported by online tutorials with tutor, Mariette Lobo. Course teaching modules take place over 2 days from 9.30am to 5pm at Body in Balance Training in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.

The course fee is £1,500 of which £500 is an initial deposit. This does NOT include the fee for the mandatory Anatomy & Physiology Diploma which you will have to obtain separately before you enrol on the Reflexology course. Body in Balance Training is affiliated to Essential Training Solutions and Gill Tree Training who provide excellent online diploma courses in Anatomy and Physiology. More information and links to both courses are available on my Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology page. Common and less common pathologies will be covered on the Reflexology course as an integral part of your Reflexology training.

Course fees are fully inclusive of all course content but do not include Bayly School theory and practical examination fees and student membership of The British Reflexology Association which provides insurance for your student case studies.

You should also budget for the cost of equipment, uniform & kit. Prospective students should therefore consider a budget of at least £2000 to cover the total costs of studying for the Bayly School Diploma in Reflexology at Body in Balance Training.

Course content for each module for you to print is emailed to you shortly before the start date of each module.

Reflexology Course Syllabus

Anatomy, Physiology and Pathologies
Case Studies
Health and Safety
Principles of Professional Practice
How To Set Up Your Business
Different Types of Reflexology
Other Complementary Therapies

Tutor

Mariette Lobo trained with Nicola Hall, the Director of the Bayly School, and formerly assisted Nicola at her training courses in Edinburgh. The course at Body in Balance Training is of the same high standard and students who qualify are equipped to offer Reflexology treatment as professional practitioners.

Mariette Lobo has followed a successful career as a complementary therapies lecturer in further education by becoming a private training provider and now runs Body in Balance Training, a centre of excellence for fully insured, professional, practitioner courses for complementary therapists.

Course Application & Registration

Please contact me to make an appointment to discuss your interest in this course.

FHT Excellence in Education Award Winner

Please get in touch for further course details: info@mariettelobo.com


Professional bodies

Mariette Lobo is on the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council Accredited Register

The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) is the UK voluntary regulator for complementary therapists.

CNHC was set up with government support to protect the public by providing a UK voluntary register of complementary therapists.

CNHC's register has been approved as an Accredited Voluntary Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.


Mariette Lobo is registered with the British Reflexology Association

The Bayly School of Reflexology is the official teaching body of The British Reflexology Association and was the first Reflexology training school to be established in Great Britain.

The Bayly Method of treatment is unique to The Bayly School in that the thumb is not flexed and extended in a caterpillar-like movement so the method is less stressful on the thumb (and finger) joints and the less rapid movement is considered to be more relaxing to the patient.



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