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PR Podcast

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Welcome to the first episode of the PR Podcast!
Join Martyn Finke from Professional Reflexology and guest Hagar Basis from the Reflexology Academy London for a great discussion about the therapy. Covering traveling, history, journeys, techniques, and much more. They also discuss the recent comments from Dr. Hilary Jones on Reflexology on his appearance on the Lorraine TV show and how skeptics view complementary therapies, plus they answer questions from the public and reflexologists.

The PR Podcast aims to give insights into what Reflexology is, how it works, success stories, journeys and anything else you can think of to do with this amazing therapy, along with listeners questions, plus interviews with a whole host of very special guests in every episode.

So, join Martyn Finke from Professional Reflexology and friends, for the PR Podcast

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Balance Holistic from Knaresborough, North Yorkshire

Please join us in welcoming Principal Karen Smith into the Professional Reflexology Practitioner Diploma family!"Having experienced a variety of complementary therapies, I began my professional training in clinical reflexology to develop my interest further and begin another journey in my life".

If you are interested in joining the wonderful Karen in your next life journey (and working towards a PRD), her 2019 school year begins on January 27th. Just Email karen@balanceholistic.co.uk
or call 07932 088 168 for more information!


member directory

Members.... Please ensure that your Directory details and your webpage are up to date and published.

Publication does not happen automatically, because we cannot post Member details on our website without your permission, and it is up to each Member to make sure that their entries are up to date.
It is really easy to update your membership details. Log into the Member Area, and open the ‘Edit My Details’ menu. For example, if you move or change your telephone number you can change this under ‘Edit My Personal Details’. This contains contact details PR need for Member registration, but are not published.

‘Edit My Webpage and Listing’ details are those which will appear in your directory listing and on your personal webpage. Please remember that everything that you put into your practice details will be published, so for example, if you work from home and do not want your full address to be published simply don't complete that section.
You must publish your postcode for the directory, but you can just use the first part for privacy if you wish e.g. SW19 or CV34.

Please check your details to make sure that they are correct. It will only take a couple of moments do so, and it would be a shame not to take advantage of these free benefits giving such great publicity for your practice.

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Professional Reflexology is proud to officially announce the launch of our brand-new qualification, the Professional Reflexology Practitioner Diploma (PRD).

First of all, we would like to thank those who have already applied to teach the PR course either by opening a new school or in an established venue. Plus all of you who have given words of encouragement and support. We were genuinely excited by the enthusiastic reception to our initial announcement, and have already run orientation days for our first 3 schools, all of whom will be announced shortly.

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Reflexologist of the Week

Not a competition, all full Members can apply, and we will be putting one of our members in the spotlight on the front page of our website every week plus posting across social media, Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. To become involved and promote yourself with the full back up of PR, all you need to do is answer a few short questions about yourself and send us a photo and your links and you will be added to the feature (on a first come/first served basis).

Just click HERE to download the question sheet and get involved!

Can Reflexology Help Tinnitus?


Tinnitus sufferers can hear phantom noises in the ears which have been variously described as ringing, buzzing, whistling, hissing, clicking or whooshing. The noise may vary in intensity from a low background noise to a high pitched squeal, and may be in one or both ears. Occasionally the sound is so intense that it can interfere with the ability to concentrate or hear. These sounds can be constant or irregular and it is thought to affect almost 10% of the population to a greater or lesser degree. As with any condition we would recommend consulting a doctor, who may find a cause and be able to treat the tinnitus. But In many cases, there is no specific treatment. It may simply go away on its own, or it may be a permanent condition that the subject has to learn to "live with." Reflexology often becomes a last resort for clients who have tried every conventional method of dealing with their condition without success. And Alec certainly fell into this category when he came to book his first appointment. Suffering from tinnitus continually with no relief he had been unable to concentrate and his sense of balance was so impaired that he had lost his job as a painter and decorator.

As a result of the volume of debilitating noise in his head his sleep was disturbed and he had reached the stage where he had actually considered suicide.

Conventional medicine had been unable to find a solution and so a friend suggested he should try Reflexology. Over the course of six treatments the tinnitus improved to the extent that he was able to sleep normally and he had begun to look for a new job. This all took place around ten years ago and Alec has been free of the condition for most of that time only returning for the occasional 'top-up' Reflexology treatment.

This case study was, for this reflexologist and her client, a very happy result and I was privileged to be able to help. But there is also a lovely story that goes with it. Because Alec had lost his job he was unable to afford a course of treatment and so, as I had just moved house, we came to a mutually acceptable agreement. Instead of payment he would decorate the stairs and landing in my new home. Reflexology is really beneficial to both client and therapist and who said the barter system doesn't work?

Can Reflexology Help Tinnitus?

We know our client 'Alex' believes it helped him.Tinnitus is condition, or to be more precise, a symptom of underlying condition(s) involving a sensation of sound when no external sound exists.

Tinnitus sufferers can hear phantom noisesin the ears which have been variously described as ringing, buzzing, whistling, hissing, clicking or whooshing. The noise may vary in intensity from a low background noise to a high pitched squeal, and may be in one or both ears. Occasionally the sound is so intense that it can interfere with the ability to concentrate or hear. These sounds can be constant or irregular and it is thought to affect almost 10% of the population to a greater or lesser degree. As with any condition we would recommend consulting a doctor, who may find a cause and be able to treat the tinnitus. But In many cases, there is no specific treatment. It may simply go away on its own, or it may be a permanent condition that the subject has to learn to "live with." Reflexology often becomes a last resort for clients who have tried every conventional method of dealing with their condition without success. And Alec certainly fell into this category when he came to book his first appointment. Suffering from tinnitus continually with no relief he had been unable to concentrate and his sense of balance was so impaired that he had lost his job as a painter and decorator.

As a result of the volume of debilitating noisein his head his sleep was disturbed and he had reached the stage where he had actually considered suicide.

Conventional medicine had been unableto find a solution and so a friend suggested he should try Reflexology. Over the course of six treatments the tinnitus improved to the extent that he was able to sleep normally and he had begun to look for a new job. This all took place around ten years ago and Alec has been free of the condition for most of that time only returning for the occasional 'top-up' Reflexology treatment.

This case study was, for this reflexologist and her client, a very happy result and I was privileged to be able to help. But there is also a lovely story that goes with it. Because Alec had lost his job he was unable to afford a course of treatment and so, as I had just moved house, we came to a mutually acceptable agreement. Instead of payment he would decorate the stairs and landing in my new home. Reflexology is really beneficial to both client and therapist and who said the barter system doesn't work?

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