The restoration of homeostatic norms is the goal of any reflexology approach. The limbic brain networks are at the centre of the regulatory processes that we call homeostasis. The complex networks of the limbic brain continually monitor and respond to internal and external environments in such as way as to optimise our survival and adaptation to changes.
Limbic Reflexology Training is a new addition to the world of Reflexology, and represents a revolutionary breakthrough in the help that a Reflexologist can offer those seeking help with emotional pain.
Working new Limbic reflex areas in the feet, using specific techniques, we can now connect with the brain networks that underpin many disabling conditions. These reflex areas are pinpoint areas, and so with an understanding of the underlying neurobiology and pathology of a condition, very specific treatment protocols may be established.
Limbic Reflexology and the training has been developed by a reflexologist with over forty years experience in mental health nursing, It is designed to be used in addition to, and in conjunction with, your current practice, and is aimed at a wide range of problems relating to limbic brain disregulation.
The courses, suitable for Reflexologists qualified at Diploma level, are currently available in Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK. These courses are a groundbreaking package of new insights into the processes of the brain, offer a range of new brain reflex areas, and the techniques for working those areas.
Limbic Reflexology is based on sound medical science, and is evidenced by beneficial outcomes. It finds its rationale, and is informed by, up-to-date research in neuroscience and the evidence is gathered using widely accepted outcome measures. Both the neuroscience and the outcome measures form an important part of the training.
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This site is aimed at Qualified and Trainee Reflexologists
If you are interested in training as a Reflexologist then visit the International Institute of Reflexology website where you can find details of Diploma Courses