Many different nerves supply the ear, learn to work them with Nerve Reflexology
How can reflexology help mucous membranes in the ears
An easy maneuver to release ear stones
Trigger points to reduce tensions around the ear
Otitis media, updated knowledge and reflexology strategies
New research on tinnitus
An energy medicine overview of sound and sound healing
Precise reflex zones for the Eustachian tube
Additional ear reflexes
Ear reflexes according to Karl-Axel Lind - system II. These large reflexes makes it easy to work the details with great precision. Exact placement and techniques will be shown in the course.
Nerve reflex points for the facial nerve
Apart from controlling the muscles of the face, the facial nerve also contains parasympathetic nerves to tear glands, taste buds on the anterior tongue and mucus membranes in nose, sinuses, Eustachian tube and middle ear.
Ear reflexes on the great toes
Ear reflexes after Hanne Marquardt. Hanne Marquardt developed this special projection of the entire head and neck into the great toes.
Over the years we have treated a large number of children with recurring otitis media, and have developed reflexology techniques and strategies with excellent results.The key is a combinations of techniques to reduce inflammation, work with the nerve supply to mucus membranes and reduce tensions that affect drainage of the middle ear.
Sound - much more than what we hear!
An energy medicine view on sound and vibration as the fundamental expression of life and shapes - is this how all parts are connected to all other parts?
Dorthe Krogsgaard & Peter Lund Frandsen
On Touchpoint courses and workshops you benefit from having two instructors throughout the days. Dorthe and Peter are both highly experienced international teachers, who present a mixture of theory, demonstrations and lots of hands-on practice.
An extensive fully illustrated workbook is included with the workshop.