Health Assessment Techniques (HA1)
On this course you will be taught to look at the body from different viewpoints enabling you to have a variety of tools to help you assess your Client's condition prior to working on them. Learn about different body-types and the Eastern approach to being in balance as well as the best of Western techniques.
No prior experience is required
This Course is also available as distance-learning.
Studies commence at 10.00 a.m. and finish at 5.00 p.m.
Topics addressed during this course will include:
- Pulse-synchronisation: learn how to harmonise your pulses with those of your clients
- 3-point Assessment: observation, touch and questioning
- Health & Symptom Profiling: seeing what symptoms relate to bodily functions
- Analysis: through skin-colour, eyes, nails, hair and tongue
- Face-organ Correlations: how spots, dry skin and blemishes can indicate disorders
- Foot-characteristics & Reflex-points: how the tone and condition of feet can indicate aspects of health
- Cardio-vascular Indexing: an insight into circulatory tension and metabolic stresses
- pH Testing: how to test saliva and urine for acidity/alkalinity
- Acid/alkaline Chart: to assist in assessing clients' diets
- Colour-hunger Symptom-chart: how to see what colours your client needs
- Fragrance-testing: how to educate the nose to discern and appreciate odours
- Personal Health Monitoring
- Flower Remedies: how to choose what is appropriate
Many Associations accept our courses for CPD including the IFPA (6 Category A Points).
Please note that this course is designed to aid the Therapist's current practice and to assist the lay person in helping friends and family and is not a qualification in its own right.
Certificates of Attendance are awarded to participants.
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