East Coast Reflexology School based in Terrington St Clement is celebrating its most successful year to date.
A total of 11 students have just completed the “basic to full professional” course, with some of them having travelled from as far afield as Northampton, Norwich and Essex to study at the school.
They were taught 14 different styles of reflexology, starting with the walking style as taught by most schools. They then went on to massage style, followed by using sticks and then studied ten further styles of reflexology, including one for people in wheelchairs and head reflexology.
The students on course 8 and 9 completed a total of 2,859 treatments during their 12-month courses and attained two passes, six merits and three distinctions.
They all have regular clients but are still looking to expand their client bases. Details of all the reflexologists, past and present, are on the school website www.eastcoastreflexologyschool.co.uk should anyone wish to contact them for treatment.
The school is currently running one course with six students and the next course will start in September. Enquiries can be made on 01553 827630.
Pictured are students from course 8 on their presentation evening at The Wildfowler pub in Terrington St Clement. From left, Michelle Fendley, Sally Ingham, Becky Sheldrake, Hayley McMinn, Shelagh King, Christine Hull and founder of the school and tutor Kenneth Canfor.