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DVD 3 - Success Tips for Reflexologists

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Description

This DVD contains Success Tips that can take you from being a regular therapist to a successful and happy practitioner. This DVD aims to provide clear, concise and easy to follow tuition.

The DVD includes information on having happy and balanced client relationships.
Content includes:
  • Making a difference
  • Coping with difficult clients
  • What to say and what not to say
  • Awareness of client dependency
  • The Pyramid Safety Techniques
  • Energy Protection Techniques
  • The Bubble

It also includes information on how Energy Follows Thought and the impact this has for both the practitioner and each client. It includes practical exercises, demonstrations and guided information. It is a high quality, professional teaching DVD. The content is provided via close up demonstrations with Sue’s personal one to one approach as she speaks to the viewer.

Run Time - 60 minutes

Gentle Touch Reflexology DVD by Sue Ricks

Reviews


Review in Reflexions Magazine
(The Journal of The Association of Reflexologists) December 2009
This comprehensive DVD aims to help the Reflexologist develop from regular therapist to successful, balanced and happy practitioner.
Sue guides you through the various aspects that are involved when working as an alternative therapist, passing on tips that she has developed in her practice. 
It is divided into several easy-to-use sections, which include ‘Happy and Balanced Client Relationships’, ‘Coping with Difficult Clients’, and ‘What to Say and What Not to Say’. The tricky subject of client dependency is also covered, with ideas for avoidance.

Reflexions Review Success Tips for Reflexologists by Sue Ricks

In addition to advice regarding clients, there are also tips on looking after yourself, including how to protect your own energy and avoid taking on other peoples negativity.
 Keeping the balance between looking after yourself and looking after your client is very important, and she gives hints and tips to help you benefit from being a therapist rather than just focusing on the benefit to your clients, thus avoiding practitioner ‘burnout’.
The advice is useful and thought – provoking, and presented in a way that makes it easy to absorb. It would be a useful addition to the library to any Reflexology student or practitioner.
Linda Skellam MAR

Really Helpful

This was so helpful in my quest to become a good reflexologist and I found it to be very informative.

Norma Thorpe Nottingham