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Balancing Body, Mind and Soul

– Encouraging all aspects of healing

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Maintain Health Holistically

– The art of natural healing with Reflexology

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Reflexology For Maternity, Fertility And Hormones

– Supporting the cycle of life and the endocrine system

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Reducing Stress , Tension And Pain

– Put your feet up, relax and unwind

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An Ancient Practice

– Benefiting people for centuries

The Very Best Reflexology Practitioners

We are some of the very best Reflexology practitioners in the South Island.
As a group, our focus is on:

providing support
co-ordinating education
promoting Reflexology
having fun

The Southern Reflexology Group (SRG) has been running for over 10 years and we are a regional group of Reflexology New Zealand (RNZ).

We give our time to key annual events such as the ‘Body Mind & Spirit’ festival and the ‘Women’s Lifestyle Expo’ where we are expected to be there due to a following of fans. Money we raise goes back into education and other key group initiatives in the wider Canterbury region.

As individuals, we encourage sessions with one another both for well-being and to keep connected.

The Best Treatment for Your Holistic Wellbeing

Our primary service is Reflexology.

However, every practitioner has their own complementary skills to add to your Reflexology session, giving you the best treatment for your holistic well-being.

Some of our practitioners are skilled in Therapeutic Massage, Aromatherapy, Reiki, Indian Head Massage, Acupressure/Shiatsu, Ear Candle Treatment, CranioSacral therapy, Hypnotherapy, and much more.  Check them up on our Find a Reflexologist page.

Combined, we are able to help conditions such as migraine, back pain, pre-menstrual syndrome, menopausal or fertility issues, etc.

We offer a wealth of knowledge, skills and talents. It’s up to you to choose the best therapist for you.

A Huge Range of Skills and Knowledge

We are a group of highly qualified practitioners with many years of experience, offering a quality, professional service.

Many of our practitioners are certificate or diploma level trained and many are affiliated with our national body, Reflexology New Zealand (RNZ). In respect of RNZ accreditation, members follow a code of practice and ethics and are required to demonstrate continuous professional development.  Look for MRNZ as recognition that your reflexologist is a current member of Reflexology New Zealand.

Collectively we have a huge range of skills and knowledge and we meet regularly to share with one another both informally and formally. As a group we organise upskilling education windows in both reflexology and other modalities.

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Keep up with our latest news and events.

  • Love your feet, give someone special a Reflexology voucher this year for Christmas. Visit our website to find a practitioner in your area, http://www.southernreflexology.co.nz

    November 29

  • The Southern Therapies School of New Zealand, Oamaru - Cathy Searle is once again offering her popular Reflexology New Zealand accredited Reflexology Introduction and Diploma Training in 2017. 1. Introduction to Reflexology Southern Therapies School of New Zealand’s accredited Reflexology Training will be offered on 28th & 29th January 2017. This foundation weekend will provide the skills to work on yourself, family and friends and is also a pre-requisite to continuing on with the Diploma Training. To find out more and Register for this great weekend seminar visit http://www.southerntherapies.school.nz for full details or contact stschool@xtra.co.nz 2. Reflexology Diploma Training Southern Therapies School of New Zealand Diploma in Reflexology Starting June 2017 in Oamaru, North Otago. Full details available at http://www.southerntherapies.school.nz - stschool@xtra.co.nz - 03 437 2366/ 0274126170 The Diploma in Reflexology is accredited by Reflexology New Zealand – http://www.reflexology.org.nz The Introduction to Reflexology is a pre-requisite to continuing on with the diploma training. This Course comprises of 12 seminars of 2 days held one weekend per month . The Course consists of 1227 hours Contact hours with tutor 207 Self directed learning hours 520 Case studies 200 Anatomy & Physiology 300 (from outside provider) To complete the diploma students will need to have completed the above requirements passed learning evaluations during the year, one theory and one practical skills examination at the end of the diploma study. Students must also complete their cases studies to an expected level, hold a First Aid certificate and have completed a minimum NZQA Level 4 Anatomy and Physiology Certificate (This must be obtained from an outside provider a list of options will be made available to interested students). On completion of the Diploma students may apply for membership with Reflexology New Zealand (RNZ), the New Zealand reflexology governing body whose expectations of students are on a par with UK, USA, Australian and Canadian reflexology associations. RNZ is a self governing association who sets its own standards of education. The successful students will have the knowledge and skills to practise reflexology in a clinical environment as a fully qualified reflexologist. A Brief Course Overview On completion of the Diploma students will have demonstrated proficiency in · Foundation knowledge of reflexology · Reflexology in a Clinical Setting · Anatomy, reflexes and care of feet, hands and ears · Case studies · Effective Communication & Business Skills · Systems of the body in relation to reflexology, including diseases and disorders of each system · Ethical/legal/cultural considerations in a clinical setting · Anatomy and Physiology, First Aid · Endocrine balancing Mission Statement The Southern Therapies School of New Zealand aims to provide students with quality, in depth training to ensure they become professional practicing reflexologists who will contribute to the growth and development of reflexology in New Zealand. Course Costs The Diploma in Reflexology Course fee is NZ$3,600.00. A deposit of $360.00 is required with receipt of the application form, this will be refunded should the applicant be unsuccessful. This course does not qualify for a student loan but students have the option to pay by 4 payments: 1. $360.00 deposit to be received at least one month before start date 2. 1st payment of NZ1,080 one week before 1st seminar 3. 2nd payment of NZ$1080 one week before 4th seminar 4. 3rd and final payment of NZ$1080 one week before 8th seminar. Step into one of the fastest growing complimentary modalities today!

    November 27

  • Choose a professional reflexologist from the Southern Reflexology group for your next wonderful treatment! Thank AoR for your video! https://www.youtube.com/embed/YiZTvMe2ezI

    November 26

  • Well what an amazing few days we have had here in Christchurch! Mauricio (Moshe) Kruchik came to us from Israel for the first of what will be many visits, showing us his techniques and sharing his knowledge. There were twenty three of us over three days of workshops & we all wanted more!! A huge thank you from the Southern Reflexology committee me (Shell), Cathy, Janette & Mandy, to everyone who committed and attended. We cannot create opportunities without your participation. Many of you helped out over the weekend & your team spirit was so appreciated. And of course to you Moshe, your warmth, guidance and experience shaped 3 magic days and we all have a heap of new tools for our toolbox. THANK YOU <3 Here are a few pictures of the training received at The Addington Haven. If you are interested in more workshops next year (possibly Oct?), please email your registration of interest to shellwithers@yahoo.com

    November 08

  • What is Reflexology?

    Reflexology works by applying pressure to your hands or feet stimulating areas that are micro-systems or micro-maps of our body, therefore having a response and effect on corresponding areas of the body.

    Reflexology is relaxing and with the all the stresses in today’s society, making time for complete relaxation is important to allow time for our body to heal and repair itself. Reflexology also helps with detoxifying through stimulating our elimination systems.

    Learn more…

  • What are the Benefits of Reflexology?

    Reflexology can be used as a complementary therapy for most ailments or just for to help with relaxation and stress management.

    It can beneficial for reducing stress, pain, promoting nerve function … Learn more

  • What Conditions does Reflexology Support?

    There are many conditions where reflexology has shown to have made a difference.

    Not every condition has been listed so please contact us if we can provide more information on something specific that is not noted.

    Find out more

The BEST Reflexology Practitioners in the South Island

Some Profiles of our Reflexologists

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What people say about Reflexology

From the first treatment the swelling in my ankles reduced, so much my family noticed and commented. It is wonderful.

Barbara Matheson

Total Bliss!!!  I find myself drifting off to sleep after 5 minutes of  the treatment. I feel the benefit of the treatment throughout my whole body and always look forward to our next appointment.

Annie McEwin

The beneficial effects that I notice in the following days keep me feeling very well, and my immune system and IBS are noticeable dealt with which is a relief.

Judith ParkerChristchurch

I am convinced this is not a co-incidence, and that the reflexology treatments significantly contributed to my successful pregnancy.

Ros
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