According to WHO, World Health Organization, reflexology is now the fastest growing complementary health practice in North America. You might be asking yourself why. The short answer is that it's effective, very effective. And it's applicable not only to a wide range of disease-both chronic and acute, it's also an excellent component to a personal wellness plan.
Whether your aim is to become a full time practioner or to limit your practice to family the RAC (Reflexology Association of Canada)certification course is undoubtedly the best reflexology course being offered in Canada today. As a RAC certified instructor I offer the RCRT (Registered Certification Reflexologist Therapist) course, covering the fascinating world of foot reflexology.
It consists of 37 hours classroom instruction, 15 hours of homework and a 60 hour practicum. To help defer some of the cost of becoming a RCRT the last 20 sessions that you complete you can earn up to $400.00.
I'll be running two foot courses this spring.
The first one will be held at the Ocean Wilderness Inn. Dates are alternating weekends beginning in March 2010.
So that will be March 20/21, April 3/4 and April 17/18 beginning at 9:00 each day. This location is nestled on 5 acres of oceanfront on the wild west coast of Vancouver Island. As it's the sleepy season the Inn Keepers are offering rooms at 50$ per night based on double occupancy. This makes it a fabulous opportunity to sneak away with your partner or a friend and while your engrossed in studies they can go and explore the Juan de Fuca Trail, spend hours beach combing or curl up with a book.Even your child or pet came come along! When evening comes you can meet in the hot-tub to share your day. Sooke is home to several exceptional restaurants which allow you to make this learning experience a mini holiday as well. Travel time is about one hour from the Swart Bay Ferry terminal if your driving over from Vancouver. Click here for ferry information.
The second course is geared for people who can only get away for isolated days. This one will be run on Mondays (9-5) at the Farmer's Daughter as well as 2.5 hours on Friday evenings (6:30-9). We'll start on Monday Febuary 22 and finish on March 19. The Farmer's Daughter is a vibrant restaurant and local food store which is supporting reflexology by having their premices used as a classroom outside of their normal hours. Located in central Sooke it's handy to shops, restaurants and transportation. An easy commute from anywhere between Naniamo, Victoria and Sidney. For more information contact me at 250-664-6492 or link directly to the RAC web site to register.
Please note that registration is limited to 6 people per class.