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Reflexology certification course offered

Reflexologist Cynthia Hill will teach a TCM and Neuro Reflexology Certification Course in Salisbury during the month of October.
Hill is trained in the Sorensensistem, a modern approach to reflexology that incorporates the ancient methods of traditional Chinese medicine.
Based in research and clinical experience since 1978, and developed by Lone Sorensen, the Sorensensistem impacts the meridian, nervous and vascular systems to relieve the source of the symptoms.
This 150 contact hour certification course consists of the history of reflexology; differences between traditional zone therapy and Sorensensistem reflexology; basics of physiology and anatomy; meridians and their functions; how to alleviate muscle pain by balancing the vital organs muscles are associated with; meridians and how they connect to certain muscle groups; seven basic steps to analyze the source of physical symptoms; muscle zones of the feet; ho;w to analyze imbalances in the spie through neuro foot reflexology; practical application with individual attention from experienced professionals.
Students who complete this course will be eligible to sit for national (ARCB) certification.
Module 1 (of 7 modules) will be Tuesdays and Thursdays during the month of October from 6-9:30 p.m. (Oct. 4, Oct. 6, Oct. 11, Oct. 13, Oct. 18, Oct. 20, Oct. 25 and Oct. 27).
Tuition is $485 and is due by Sept. 1.
For information, email Cynthia Hill at cynthh152@ aol.com, cyndihill@att.net or call 704-636-4153.
Classes will be conducted at First Christian Church, 613 Statesville Blvd.

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