Waiting for the hotel to get back to me about a venue date and fee, then I'll be looking for reflexologists to get in touch about coming along to the Spinal Advanced reflexology workshop in April. (It's likely to be a Saturday or a Sunday and won't be on the Easter holiday weekend). Just as a taster, here are two of the many photos I use on the day. They are taken from real clients of mine, and each of them had a spinal issue which was significantly alleviated after just one session of advanced spinal technique. One is a pelvis twist and the other is a thoracic twist. If you want to see the 'after' photographs, get in touch, or come along to the workshop.
I'm planning to run a couple of Spinal advanced courses this year. One is already filling up in May ( Cardiff) - and I'm thinking of doing another one in Birmingham in April if there is enough interest, ( so if you're interested you need to contact me direct). One of the great things about these one day workshops is it does allow me to talk a little bit about research that has already been done into reflexology and back pain. I really like the mix of reflexologists on a one day workshop and the range of skills and experiences they bring to the day. I need around 10-12 reflexologists (the more spines the better) , and we'll be looking in depth at everyone's postural alignment, and how the misalignments can be seen in the feet. We'll talk about a range of techniques of spinal treatment, from electrical light work, to deeply penetrating nerve work, and the differences between muscular reflexes, bone reflexes and nerve reflexes. I've got quite a catalogue of photographs of feet before and after treatment which always generate plenty of discussion.
On another note, the writing up of RLD results is progressing well. Sally continues to train reflexologists in RLD nationwide, and the results gained from case studies continues to be impressive.
So if you think you'd like to come to an April workshop, please get in touch.