Foot Reflexology Massage Course


Reflexology premises on the principle that reflexes exist in the ears, hands and feet and they correspond to every part in the body. The Diploma course in Foot Reflexology focuses on massage techniques for the legs, ankle and feet.


  • The structure of the feet, ankles and lower leg.
  • Describe disorders/conditions of the feet/ hands and nails.
  • The structure of the hand, wrist and lower arm.
  • Explanation of Holistic Approach.
  • Explanation the possible reactions to reflexology treatment.
  • The history and concept of reflex zones and their functions for the feet and hands.
  • Explanation of cross referral areas for the hands and feet.
  • Explanation of the term integral biology.
  • Explanation of the appropriate legislation applicable to reflexology treatment.
  • Explanation the issues surrounding ‘consent’ to treatment.
  • The importance of reflexology for the clients and families receiving palliative social care.
  • The effects of stress on the body systems and the ways in which reflexology can help.
  • Other complementary therapies and to perform.


  • Anatomy of feet, ankles and lower legs.
  • Disorders/ Conditions of the feet/hands and nails.
  • Anatomy of the hand, wrist and lower arm
  • Describe the disorders/conditions of the hand, wrist and lower arm.
  • History, theory and philosophy of reflexology
  • Knowledge of the zones and their relation to organs and functions.
  • Client reaction.
  • Stress on Body System.
  • Integral Biology
  • Contra-Indication
  • Home Care Advice
  • Related Therapy
  • Professional Ethnics
  • Client Handling
  • Hygiene & Sterilization
  • Practical


  • Anatomy & Physiology
    • Skin
    • Muscular System
    • Cells and Tissue
    • Skeletal System
    • Endocrine System
    • Vascular System
    • Lymphatic System
    • Neurological System
    • Reproductive System
    • Digestive System
    • Respiratory System
    • Urinary System
  • Professional Conduct and Business Awareness
    • Types of business
    • Acts and legal entities
    • Finance and costing
    • Advertising and Promotion
    • Professionalism
    • Ethics
    • Health and Safety
    • Hygiene
  • Consultation and Contra- Indication