For those wishing to train to become a professional reflexologist.
Courses currently held in Worcestershire and in London.
7 two-day modules
Modules 1-7 with home study and practice in between the modules plus online learning (Anatomy & Physiology course, Health & Safety course and Pathology Question Bank).
Should take approximately 1 year to complete the course
Foundation Course to learn the basics
A more in depth look at the method to provide students with the information required in order to be able to practise as a professional practitioner.
Lectures will cover a more detailed look at the anatomy and physiology of the system, specific disorders involving the system and how to apply reflexology in the treatment of disorders involving the system.
For the practical sessions, the basic technique is expanded on to include pressure variations, additional techniques and the reworking of areas. The use and application of Hand Reflexology is also covered.
The business aspects of setting up a reflexology practice plus a mock written test and a mock practical assessment in preparation for the Examination Day.
The course format takes into consideration material present in the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Reflexology and the Core Curriculum for Reflexology published by the Reflexology Forum. The qualification offered is a private one though equivalent to those available for reflexology at level 3 on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
The cost of the course is £1950 (£1850.00 if paid in full in advance; £1450.00 if previously paid for Foundation course only; payment in instalments possible)
No prior qualifications are required when applying for a course but it should be remembered that the diploma course contains a considerable amount of theory work in addition to practical work. It will be necessary to have time for home study and the required practical work between the modules.
You can contact the Bayly School between modules for any assistance required in connection with course work.
On completion of the full Diploma Course, an examination day may be attended during which, a written test and a practical assessment are taken. Students successful in these tests are awarded a Practitioner Diploma from the Bayly School of Reflexology. A short project and 100 hours of case work will also need to have been completed.
On obtaining a Practitioner Diploma from The Bayly School of Reflexology, students are eligible to join the British Reflexology Association (BRA) as an ordinary member and may also join the Association of Reflexologists. Students on The Bayly School of Reflexology courses are offered FREE student membership of The British Reflexology Association.
BRA members are eligible to join the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council) Register.