Welcome to the Anahata School
(incorporating Agored Cymru Units at Level 5)
Gain the Top Professional Qualification at the only dedicated Reflexology Teaching Centre in Lincolnshire
A comment from the Reflexology Taster Day (next Taster Day 8th March 2015)
"Wow, what an amazing day from the moment I walked in until it was time to leave, the day was fun, interesting and came away being able to do relaxation on my husband the next day. Can't wait to start the course in May." Vanessa
Comment from the Reflexology Course
"I cannot express enough what this course and Glenys has given me - a skill for life as well as a better understanding of myself. It has been a true joy to be a student at the Anahata School. Thank you so much for a fabulous course. I've learnt so much more than I thought I would" - Lisa Melbourne
If you are serious about becoming a professional reflexologist, safely able to deal with a wide variety of health conditions, and are looking for excellent training (including hand reflexology), the syllabus we follow could be the course for you.
The Anahata School in Lincoln is the only reflexology teaching centre in the County dedicated to teaching professional clinical reflexology and one of the first in the UK to offer a Level 5 Course in Reflexology. This is a new course level, designed to cater for those who wish to have a more therapeutic and clinical approach to reflexology, teaching in-depth reflexology skills and understanding.
The Units you study in this Course are also valid in Europe as, unlike the English counterpart, the Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales is registered with the European Qualifications Framework.
This is part of a reflection on the course by a student who completed and qualified in July 2013:
"I have thoroughly enjoyed the criteria throughout the course and the way that the anatomy and physiology aspects have been taught. Glenys has made each class really engaging and thought provoking, adding an extra layer to her teaching technique. I particularly enjoyed the group discussions as well as the group practicals as they have added fun and a bit of relaxation to the learning process."
More comments on the "What Students Think" page.