Arve Fahlvik

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Full-Body Reflexology Workshop

Presented by Arve Fahlvik

  

Saturday, August 19  9:00am-6:00pm

Sunday, August 20     9:00am-4:00pm

Registration begins at 7:30am

 

​Early Registration $195 (Online or check)

Reflects a $50 discount if paid by 8/14/2017

  

Standard Registration $245  (Online or check)

Deposit of $50 will hold your class reservation. Balance to be paid on August 19 during registration.

  

*Includes training, materials and refreshments.

Location

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson

2260 Lincoln Hwy

Lancaster, PA 17602

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Course

Introduction to Full-Body Reflexology

Module 1 of 5

Instructor

Arve Fahlvik, Norway

Teaches in English

Course Content

  

  • Philosophy of full-body reflexology

  • Treating the projections on the lower leg

  • Treating the projections on the forearm 

  • Short introduction to ear reflexology

  • Treatment of the brain on some unusual areas

​Dates

Saturday, August 19, 2017   9:00am-6:00pm

Sunday, August 20, 2017     9:00am-4:00pm

 

​​Location

 

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson

2260 Lincoln Hwy East

Lancaster, PA 17602

Price*

  

Early Registration $195 (Online or check)

Reflects a $50 discount if paid by 8/14/2017

  

Standard Registration $245  (Online or check)

A non-refundable deposit of $50 will hold your class reservation. Balance to be paid on or before August 19, 2017.

  

*Includes training, materials and refreshments.

Meals

On your own at a large variety of restaurants nearby. Refreshments will be provided at certain times during the class.

Lodging

On your own. Many motels are located nearby. This is a busy time of the year in Lancaster so make your reservations as soon as you can.

Please Bring

Blanket, bed sheet, pillow, large towel, small towel, oil or cream. Please wear shorts, or loose fitting slacks, and short sleeve shirt to allow easy access to the lower leg and forearm

  

We will be using massage tables so if you can bring one, it would be very much appreciated. Assistance will be provided to bring them from your car to the building.

Workshop Organizer

Jeff McCreary

Central Penn Reflexology

717-461-5909 Text or Call

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What is Full-body Reflexology?

  

 Traditional reflexology is only a small part of Full-Body Reflexology. It was developed by Karl Axel Lind from Sweden and is taught by Arve Fahlvik from Norway. Some of the differences between traditional reflexology and Full-Body reflexology are:


1. Different techniques are applied to the entire body. All parts of the body include projections of the body. Projections illustrate where reflexes are located by using parts of the body “projected” over a body area. These projections are in addition to the feet and are also on the hands, ears, arms, legs, torso and even on the tongue.


2. Multiple projections can be located on one body part. Traditional reflexology represents the whole body on the foot. Some projections can represent an enlargement of a specific organ.


3. In addition to using the thumb, fingers and elbows, tools, such as small, blunt sticks, can be used to target very small reflex areas.


4. The combination of working on the entire body, using various projections, a combination of grips and supporting tools enables precision work which provides a unique key to a holistic approach on the physical, emotional, and mental levels.
   
Full-Body reflexology requires an understanding of each body system, numerous projections and various techniques. Not only is anatomy important, but also understanding of the interaction between the psycho-emotional human and the body systems. The goal is to restore personal well-being on different levels by working on the whole body.
 

  In Norway, full-body reflexology is taught to persons who have no prior knowledge of reflexology. The training consists of 400 hours of reflexology in addition to anatomy, psychology, etc. In order to smoothly integrate the knowledge and skills of full-body reflexology, the participants complete 130 treatments and there is an opportunity to be certified.

 

This course is specifically designed as continuing education for certified reflexologists and licensed massage therapists. There are five (5) modules required for the certification process and Introduction to Full-Body Reflexology is Module 1.

The content of workshop is:

  

  1. Treating the projections on the lower leg

  2. Treating the projections on the forearm 

  3. Short introduction to ear reflexology

  4. Philosophy about full-body reflexology

  5. Treatment of the brain on some unusual area

   Full-body reflexology is much more than just a repetition of known techniques applied on the feet and other body parts. This becomes clearer as you become familiar with the various systems and how they work.