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Foot reflexology for RMTs


Foot reflexology for RMTs
GoodLife Health Centres has announced the return of foot reflexology courses for registered massage therapists (RMTs).

June 14, 2011  By Massage Therapy Canada

June 12,
Kitchener, Ont. – GoodLife Health Centres is please to announce the
return of foot reflexology courses for registered massage therapists

This course is designed for RMTs who would like to add Foot Reflexology to the techniques available to their clients. GoodLife Health Centres is offering a condensed version of the Foot Reflexology Certification course, based on the teachings of the Ontario College of Reflexology to RMTs.RMTs already have extensive training in health and wellness which allows Foot Reflexology to be taught in far less time than a certification course. Reflexology is already within the RMT’s scope of practice. 

This intensive two-day course is designed to give RMTs the knowledge and hands-on experience to incorporate Foot Reflexology properly and confidently into everyday practice. (This course will not make you a Certified Reflexologist but will allow you to safely and accurately perform Foot Reflexology and use it to help your clients continue on their path to well being.) 

The course will cover the following: 
1. a brief review of foot anatomy; 
2. a brief history of reflexology and zone theory; 
3. general reflexology techniques; 
4. foot and lower leg pathologies; 
5. specific reflexology techniques, including the location of reflex points; 
6. How to properly perform a 45-60min foot reflexology session. 

Foot Reflexology for RMTs is approved for four category A CEUs by the CMTO. 

This course will be offered three times during the summer of 2011:

London, Ontario – July 30th -31st, 201110:00am to 3:00pm, both days;
Burlington, Ontario – August 27th-28th, 201110:00am to 3:00pm, both days;
Union Station (Toronto) – September 24th-25th, 201110:00am to 3:00pm, both days.

For more information on this course, including fees and registration details, please contact Amanda Lynn Avey RMT, CR by phone at (519) 744-6262 or email her at


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