Each live session starts at 6pm CET (Central European Time)
Watch live or later
You can join us live with chat and Q&A or you can watch the recorded sessions at your leisure and send any questions via email. Either way you will get a personal certificate of attendance after completing our post-webinar survey.
Subjects for the workshop
- The latest research into fertility problems
- A complementary view on infertility
- The relationship between the psoas muscle and fertility
- How to tell your clients about stress and fertility
- The best ways to use reflexology to improve fertility
- Knowledge about and treatment of PCOS
- Treatment intervals and the menstrual cycle
- Metabolic problems as a common cause of fertility problems
- Mucous membranes/allergy and fertility
- Treatment options for optimizing sperm quality - and its role in miscarriages
- New knowledge about the causes and treatment of endometriosis
- Reflexology techniques from several classical traditions
- Important Nerve Reflexology points
- A combination of techniques that provides significantly better results
Every sixth couple experience problems reproducing themselves.
only 35% of all infertility cases, conventional medicine is able
to identify the underlying cause. Especially within the remaining 65% reflexologists are often able to help.
both the male and the female body the best possible condition for
conceiving a new human being is a great task. It is therefore important
to know about the most common causes of infertility, like: The condition
of mucous membranes, quality of semen, nutritional status, low
metabolism, stress, the iliopsoas and other pelvic muscles, hidden
infections, the spine and of course the hormonal system and reproductive
Our aim is to present the newest knowledge within complementary as well as conventional fertility treatments.
the workshop you will learn techniques from Classical Reflexology,
Nordic traditions, Nerve Reflexology, trigger points, tests and
Pelvic area in Karl-Axel Lind, System II
Ovaries and tubes in K.A.Lind, system I
In the developing fetus both the testis and the ovaries are formed in the thoracic cavity at the level of T10 and receives their nervous supply from this level. During the course of development they travel down into the scrotum and pelvis respectively, dragging their nerves along.
Try this technique where you link reflexes for the sex glands (lateral heel) to the origin of their nerves (T10) >
The work sequence shows all the techniques we teach in the workshop.
In Touchpoint’s continuing education classes we primarily
present techniques from classical and Nerve Reflexology, and a few
selected body techniques.
Towards the end of the course, we discuss the work sequence,
which, built on our clinical experiences, is meant as an inspirational
tool and a way to remember the new techniques.
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.
More about the instructors here >