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Limbic Reflexology Practical Workshop

Course led by Hamish Edgar.

What Are The Benefits Of Limbic Reflexology?

  • Limbic processes are involved in regulating almost any physiological process.

    As such, it is the control centre for homeostatic norms. Research any condition and you will find altered homeostatic processes which are regulated by Limbic process. Chronic pain conditions, Parkinson’s disease, spectrum disorders, migraine, Trigeminal neuralgia, depression and anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, OCD, all involve altered function in the limbic networks.

  • Limbic Reflexology allows us to get to the heart of the problem. I often liken it to a flooded kitchen: We can mop up the floor each week or we can more effectively go to the source of the flooding and turn off the tap.

    For example, in chronic pain conditions such as Fibromyalgia or M.E/CFS, the exaggerated experience of pain and fatigue is created by central sensitisation in the limbic brain circuits and processes. So we will not only work on the affected body areas, but on the altered Limbic circuits underpinning the problem.

  • By incorporating Limbic reflex areas into your existing practice, it gives us the opportunity to connect with those networks and nuclei which are intimately involved in those problems and tap into the powerful homeostatic influences of the Limbic brain.
You must be enrolled in Limbic Online before booking a place on this practical workshop.

Before attending a Workshop, you should have studied the online module to the level that you are familiar with the names and locations of the reflex areas. To get the most value from the practical workshop, you will have practiced the techniques and have completed the quiz assessment module.

On the practical day, we build a limbic routine where we practice five sequential groups of reflex areas. Through feedback and assessment, you finetune the techniques and locations of the reflex areas you learned on the online course.

As we learn the reflex areas, we will weave the theoretical knowledge from the online materials into the practical routines. This will help us to come to an educated interpretation of the probable neural processes involved in whatever problem we are addressing in our treatments.

In the online workshop, we look at researching problems, treatment planning, interpreting our findings and using outcome measures, Thus, we will be able to demonstrate that our treatment is informed, focused, and evidence based – all criteria which will lend credibility to our practice.

Course date

Saturday 7th September 2024

Time: 9.00 to 17.00

Venue: The Women's Institute, Neston Road, Thornton Hough, South Wirral, CH63 1JW.

Cost: Enrol in Limbic Reflexology Online for £240
and £160/£200 Practical Workshop. Early offers available

Please book this workshop directly with Hamish Edgar:

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