In this intensive, systematic course you will learn to confidently and safely practice Reflexology Healing massage for personal and professional use.
By the end of the Course you will have learnt and practiced:
- Reflexology foot massage techniques
- You will understand Reflex point location in depth
- Have a deeper knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) concepts
- Studied Acupuncture Meridian locations and Theory
- You will know various medical applications of each of the Reflex point areas
- During the course you will have gained an awareness of the connections of the Reflex areas and their associated organs and parts of the body
- At the end of the course you will be able to confidently perform a Reflexology foot massage treatment
- You will have a deeper understanding of TCM Meridian Theory and treatment principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine
The structure of the course involves:
- Reflex Point locations
- Theory lectures on TCM
- Acupuncture Meridian Theory
- Practical lessons on Reflexology massage techniques
- Signs and symptoms of dysfunctions in the body by Reflexology palpitation
You will gain a deep and practical understanding of the Reflex points and how they relate to meridians and organs in the body and, learn to remove blockages to restore vital energy to the body.It is recommended that you do a daily Qigong practice to develop you sensitivity and awareness to your own energy and others.
“My mission is to help people discover the true essence of who they are and to live their life with abundant freedom.”
Peter has a Bachelors of Health Science Degree in Acupuncture and Diplomas in Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine, Qigong and Taiji Quan and Tuina from the New Zealand School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which he received in 2001. He was a Tutor at the New Zealand School of Acupuncture and TCM from 1999 – 2013, where he designed and taught the Qigong Diploma Course as well as teaching Traditional Chinese Medical Qigong principles, theory and techniques. He currently serves as a member on the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong based in China.
Peter has been running Taiji Retreats for over 20 years, based on Traditional Chinese Monastery philosophies and teaching weekly Qigong and Taiji classes for the same number of years. Making his teachings available to as many people as possible, he has online courses teaching Qigong exercise systems, Reflexology and Qigong and TCM courses for specific conditions such as Insomnia, Stress, and how to quiet a busy mind. He runs Qigong Teacher Trainings Courses, Acupressure and Reflexology courses as well as Medical Qigong Workshops and TCM Health Retreats around the World.
Trained in Traditional and Classical Taiji styles such as Chen styles, Yang style, Wu style and Sun style. Peter also instructs 13 different Qigong styles, which include Shi Ba Shi Taiji Qigong, Ba Duan Jin, Dao Yin, Zhan Zhuang Gong and Lao Tzu Shao Dan.
Before Peter found what he believes is his true purpose in life of healing and helping others, he spent sixteen years in the New Zealand Defence Forces and during his service he served seven of these years in the New Zealand Special Forces (NZSAS) reaching the position of Patrol Commander and Group Commander.
He is also a Husband, a Father, a Writer and a Philosopher. He loves travelling the Globe with his wife Josephine and son Rayner, meeting new people and experiencing their culture and their country. He now resides in Bali, Indonesia.
StartHead and Neck Area – The Toes
StartThoracic Area – The Ball of the Foot
StartThe Abdominal Area – The Arch of the Foot
StartThe Pelvic Area – The Heel of the Foot
StartThe Spine – The Inner Foot
StartThe (Lateral) Outer Foot
StartThe Reproductive Area – Medial Ankle
StartThe Dorsum (Top) of the Foot
StartThe Reproductive Area – Lateral Ankle
StartAll reflex points: both sides of the foot-medial & lateral ankle aspects
StartAll reflex points: the medial and lateral ankle and the dorsal of the foot
StartAll reflex points: plantar aspect (sole/bottom) of the foot