Free AoR videos

New VideoUK Health Radio: Association of Reflexologists Radio interview with Sally Earlam, Tracey Smith & Helen Turier

Sally, Tracey and Helen spent a very exciting day in London recently recording a number of interviews for various radio stations to help promote World Reflexology Week, the AoR and Reflexology awareness in general.

Originally filmed and released in September 2019

Tracey Smith: Reflexology Taster Session

This video discusses the use of tasters sessions, what to do and specifically what you are selling.

Sally Earlam: Reflexology Techniques for the chest area

This video is for practicing reflexologists and shares ideas of different ways of working the chest which can be useful if there is tension in this area.  Also remember the chest is where grief and emotions can show up as well as physical symptoms

Tracey Smith: Introduction to Hand Reflexology

This video explains the similarity between foot reflexology and hand reflexology and how it might be used as an alternative to or in addition to foot reflexology.

Laura Franzen: Hot Stone Reflexology

This video is suitable for reflexologists and non-therapists looking to find out more about this reflexology technique. Hot Stone Reflexology uses hot basalt rocks instead of the therapist’s hands, fingers or thumbs to work into and warm the reflex areas on the feet.

Sally Earlam: Hand Reflexology for disgestive issues

This video shows a hand reflexology sequence which is suitable for practising reflexologists and also non-therapists who would like to work with friends and family who have digestive issues.  You can work along with the video so do have a towel and some cream ready.  This sequence should ideally be used for 5 minutes every day

Sally Earlam: Hand Reflexology suitable for taster sessions

This sequence is suitable for reflexologists who are planning taster treatments using hand reflexology and for non-therapists who would like to work with friends and family for general relaxation. You can work along with the video so do have a towel and some cream ready.

Sally Earlam: Reflexology techniques for supporting stress, anxiety and depression; Mindful Reflexology

This video shows additional techniques for practicing reflexologists that combines techniques for calming the mind and supporting a stressed body.  These techniques can be incorporated into your normal reflexology treatment.

Sally Earlam: Hand reflexology for improving sleep

This video shows a hand reflexology sequence which is suitable for practising reflexologists and also non-therapists who would like to work with friends and family who are having issues with sleeping.  You can work along with the video so do have a towel and some cream ready. This sequence should ideally be used for 5 minutes every day

Sally Earlam: Hand Reflexology for mood improvement

This video shows a hand reflexology sequence that is perfect for relaxation – when life feels like it is getting you down.  This is suitable for practising reflexologists and for non-therapists who would like to work with friends and family. Ideally this should be used for 5 minutes every day. You can work along with the video so do have a towel and some cream ready

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