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Milton Keynes, Warwickshire, Huntingdon

‘When I first decided reflexology was the career I wanted, I had no idea where this would lead me and how enthralling the path would be. 25 years on, thank goodness the therapy has grown in recognition with not only public perception but with medics too! By combining methods & techniques developed over thousands of hours in practice and by teaching those methods to small groups, the “Three Shires Experience” has earned a reputation second to none.  By the time they qualify, Three Shires graduates are complete & well-rounded reflexologists, able to make a real difference to their client’s wellbeing!’

Wendy Finke PRM Founder and Principal of Three Shires Reflexology

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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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Reasons for GDPR

A major reason introducing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is because of the huge amount of personal data that is nowadays being processed. Information held about individual people has increased by 90% since the Data Protection Act (DPA) came into force 20 years ago. Back then, you didn’t buy anything online, a tablet was something you swallowed, Google was a noise a baby made, if you used a search engine it was probably Altavista and a phone wasn’t smart even if you could get a signal!

So GDPR makes sense, and Professional Reflexology Association has collated the information below in order to help ease your way through the maze of the new regulations.

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Reflexologist of the Week

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Professional Reflexology is launching an ongoing weekly feature (exclusively for our members).

We will be putting one of our members in the spotlight on the front page of our website every week and 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!

 Hagar Basis: Reflexology and Fertility Issues

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 Hagar Basis, principal of the PR Affiliated Reflexology Academy in London recently talked with Israeli Reflexology Association about her approach to reflexology and fertility issues. 

Hagar teaches internationally and last year was a speaker at the Reflexology in Europe Network (RiEN) Conference in Brussels, and later this year she will be speaking in Taiwan at the ICR conference once again presenting  Reflexology for Women’s Health

1. Is conventional medicine in England being supportive of alternative medicine and specifically reflexology in case of fertility issues?

Complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs) like reflexology are treatments that fall outside of mainstream healthcare in the UK. Complementary therapies in NHS (National Health System) hospitals are usually provided free by volunteering therapists.

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I Believe Reflexology Really Helped My Bell's Palsy

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 For anyone who has had it, you know how scary it can be. Luckily for me, I’m aware of the condition and diagnosed myself rather quickly. I couldn’t close my eye, lift my lips to smile or feel the left side of my tongue. A virus causes the trigeminal nerve to stop working, basically, causing facial paralysis and the face to drop.

Scary, but not life threatening!

Day One wasn’t fun...

You don’t know how much you use your facial muscles until they no longer work. Eating, drinking, pouting (no selfies for me for a while...) were all extremely difficult. My words were slurred, ironically the hardest thing to say was “Bell’s Palsy.” I couldn’t blink, causing my eye to dry up making it difficult to see.

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Professor_Angela_HobbsIn Praise of Reflexology: a Client's Experience by Prof. Angie Hobbs PhD FRSA

Prominent British Philosopher gives us a fascinating insight into her reflexology journey... 

"As a Professor in Philosophy, I approached reflexology twenty years ago with some wariness.
I have a PhD in Ancient Philosophy from the University of Cambridge and I am not, I think, at all 'suggestible'. I am trained in rational scepticism; I like to see a strong argument based on evidence.

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Welcome to our Public Pages

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Professional Reflexology Membership (PRM) is a mark of the highest standards of training, ethics and reflexology achievable by a UK Reflexologist. By maintaining membership criteria above all other Associations it gives status to our members, and confidence to clients that their treatments will be competent, safe and professional. All the articles below are open to the public, please enjoy and remember:


When you choose a Reflexologist make certain that they have PRM after their name.

What is Reflexology?

what is reflexology
Reflexology can be many things to many people.
But please don't think of it as a foot massage.
Reflexology is a precise complementary therapy, not to be confused with beauty treatment.  Nor thought of as an alternative to conventional medicine, but as complementary to any medical treatment being received.

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