Bayly Reflexology

Train as a professional Reflexology Practitioner with The Bayly School

With the autumn being the traditional time to start a new course of learning, why not start learning reflexology with The Bayly School.  We have two courses starting in October with one at the School in Worcestershire and one in London.  You can attend just the first two modules (Foundation course) before commiting to the further 4 modules that make up the Practitioner Diploma course.   After the Foundation course you will have basic reflexology skills and could start to practise on family and friends; after the Practitioner Diploma course you wil be qualified as a professional practitoner.

Our courses are for small groups and are taught by Nicola Hall, one of the most experienced practitioners in the UK, who is there to support your learning throughout the course and after.

Do look at the details on the website about the courses or contact us to discuss these further.

Digital Detox and Reflexology

In January, Nicola Hall was invited to Accenture in London to present a ‘Digital Detox and Reflexology’ session as part of its Health & Wellbeing series.

After a short introductory talk, delegates were all given a foot chart for reference, and she and a colleague gave demonstration foot and hand treatments.

The event was well-received and Accenture now offers a monthly evening clinic for its employees.

With more emphasis on wellbeing in the workplace, perhaps other companies should be looking at offering reflexology.

To find out more, please email Nicola at

Reflexology and Sleep Problems

The Sleep Council's annual awareness event, National Bed Month, runs throughout March and is the ideal time to think about the importance a good night’s sleep.

Sleep is essential for a person’s health and wellbeing by allowing the body and mind to restore and recover.

One in three of us suffers from sleep problems, and as regular poor sleep puts you at risk of serious medical conditions, including obesity, heart disease and diabetes, it has a big impact on overall health.

In 2004, the British Reflexology Association ran a survey specifically on the 'Effects of Reflexology on Insomnia’, which showed some positive results.

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