A.R.T.® THE SECOND TOTALLY TOES REFLEXOLOGY SEMINAR
An online seminar dedicated to the subject of the reflex potential of the toes. The purpose of this seminar is to reveal a different potential of reflexology through working on the toes in a highly focused and stimulating manner.
2pm - 5pm Friday 5th March 2021
Because of the high level of demand for the first Totally Toes seminar, the numbers of attendees had to be restricted.
I am pleased to be able to offer this seminar again.
In the early days of reflexology, the significance of the toes had not commanded much in the way of attention other than their role in alleviating sinus conditions.
Thankfully today, in reflexology, the toes are recognised as having a neurological connection to areas of the brain.
My initial interest in the toes comes from observing the treatment outcomes of a focused and sustained range of contacts to all the areas of the toes on people with spinal cord injury. This protocol, in many instances, evoked a surprising neurological response.
This same protocol produced significant responses in people with spinal injury. These responses were of a psychological nature which included:
- Reduction in the symptoms of depression.
- A higher state of well being accompanied by a heightened sense of mental acuity.
The types of contacts used are unique in their application. They are given in two distinct phases, which will be demonstrated.
This type of approach has such a wide physiological influence on the body that an entire treatment can be given exclusively to the toes.
The seminar will also describe a method where the potency of this type of approach on the entire body can be demonstrated.
As some of the techniques may need the application of a lubricant, I suggest that you have this available. Although having a pair or ‘live’ feet can help during the seminar, it is not essential.The seminar will be recorded and can be viewed (but not downloaded)
A certificate of attendance will be awarded after the seminar.
I look forward to meeting you online.
Tony Porter ©
The cost of this three hour seminar is £35