Introduction to Foot Reflexology: a Couples Workshop (REFLEX - 12FOOT10)
Kenmore, WA 98028-4966
|General public (per couple)||$ 149.00|
|Full time student (per couple)||$ 69.00|
It is a beautiful thing for couples to do for each other because it promotes communication, closeness, and balance. We will cover reflexology topics such as history, benefits of the technique, and how it promotes health. We will also explore couples issues of communication and boundaries and how to navigate them for success. The primary goal is for you to learn practical skills that can be used right away. This will be accomplished through hands-on practice in a safe and respectful environment.
Upon completion of this workshop you will be able to:
- Describe a brief history of reflexology
- Name three benefits of reflexology
- Identify three current theories of how reflexology works
- Explain how the body is mapped on the foot
- Identify anatomical landmarks on the foot
- Demonstrate reflexology techniques
- List common foot pathologies
- List when reflexology is contraindicated
- Perform a basic reflexology session
- Create a safe and respectful space for you and your partner
- Explore deeper non-verbal communication with your partner
- Understand healthy boundaries with loved ones
Drake Ewing, LAc completed his reflexology training in 2000 and earned a master’s degree from Bastyr in 2004. He has worked as a reflexologist and acupuncturist in a wide variety of clinical applications. These rich and diverse experiences have provided the framework for his classes. As a healthcare professional and educator he enjoys writing, public speaking and outreach. Drake also has experience teaching at the elementary and preschool levels with students of diverse cultural backgrounds and learning challenges. He continues to study and practice various forms of energetic medicine, refining his understanding and techniques. For more information about this instructor go to www.jimainstitute.com
You enroll for full price and your partner enrolls free! Both must register. You register on line, and then call us at 425-602-3152 to register your partner.
NCBTMB CE's approved for LAc's
Each couple should bring: a bath-size towel, lotion, pillow, light blanket, and twin size sheet.
Location: Bastyr University Kenmore Campus, room 16. Bastyr University is housed in an older facility with fluctuating interior temperatures; it is advisable to wear layers. Also, Bastyr is a “fragrance-free” campus.
One hour lunch break – Bring a sack lunch or eat in Bastyr’s dining commons