The M A D E R OxX®-therapy is a new reflexology therapy for mental stabilization, relaxation and to increasing body-, and self-awareness. The method is based on working on the dermatomes and affects all reflexology zones on the body. The used therapeutic wooden rolls work with a unique procedure and warmth on the body, which enables to work on all reflex zones on the body and to help the client to deeply relax and to calm down. The M A D E R OxX®-therapy can be used on very young up to very old clients. This new complementary reflexology method that originates from Switzerland supports clients with anxiety disorders, trauma (especially with PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder), depressive moods, chronic pain, sleep disorders and many other disorders. The M A D E R OxX® method is a "Client Centered Based" body-reflexology that is carried out with moderate pressure. Clients who receive this moderate pressure therapy benefit from a deep somatic effect and many other positive properties.
September 16th 2022: 9 am - 6 pm PST
- You will meet our course-instructors from Switzerland through Zoom. You will learn the theoretical part of the M A D E R OxX®-therapy.
M A D E R OxX® - without body contact
M A D E R OxX® is the first body-reflexology that can be used without direct body contact and with a comfortable distance, which makes it easier for the client to build trust in the therapist. The moderate pressure therapy - which uses warmth storing wooden treatment rolls - has an extremely relaxing effect. The M A D E R OxX®-flow and the specially developed therapy-process increases body- and self-awareness. The M A D E R OxX®-method enables the client to reach a meditative state without any prior knowledge. On the way to become a certified M A D E R OxX®-therapist you will learn more about the subject of the TIC "Trauma Informed Care", which is becoming ever more important in supporting, advising and giving any therapy. Furthermore, our special certified TIC M A D E R OxX®-therapists (TIC) who work with this body reflexology method, do not only work with all reflex-zones on the body, but can also use their TIC “Trauma Informed Care” knowledge and appropriated communication skills to support their clients socially and emotionally when psychical reactions occur.
Barbara Glukler, Certified FH Therapist and Reflexologist
A qualified physiotherapist and a qualified reflexologist in Switzerland. Barbara is the Vice President and Head of the Quality Council for the Swiss Accociation for Reflexology (SVRT). She is also the the Head of the Quality Council and Delegate of the Association at the OdA KT (Organization of the Complementary Therapy Accociation in Switzerland) and licensed Trainer Level A1 for the M A D E R OxX®-Therapy.
Barbara's topic at this course will be:
Theorie Instruction at the Live-Webinar and Practical Guidance at the first practical day of this course.
Founder and Developer from the M A D E R OxX®-Therapy and TIC Trauma Informed Care specialist. Her study was presented at the 16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care Berlin in Germany. She is the president from the NPO Mental Health in Switzerland, member from the IG for "TIC Trauma Informed Care at End of Life" in Switzerland, Leadership Ambassador from the NPO Opus Peace in the USA, speaker, author from a childrens book, and lecturer at the Berne University for Appliend Sciences, Dept. Health Professions in Switzerland.
Sandra's topic at this course will be:
Theorie Instruction at the Live-Webinar and Practical Guidance througout this course.
Stefanie Sabounchian, ARCB & NCRE Certified Reflexologist
A National Certified Reflexology Educator with NCRE, teaching Foot Hand Ear Reflexology throughout the US as well as internationally. Stefanie has been a certified Reflexologist & Auriculotherapist with a private practice in Southern California for over 19 years. She is past president of the Reflexology Association of California. She is vice president of the World Reflexology Foundation and serves on the board of directors of the Reflexology Association of America.
Stefanie's topic at this course will be:
Instruction at the Live-Webinar to the current course topic and Practical Guidance at the second practical day of this course.
We are supporting US organizations that foster the sensibilisation for TIC "Trauma Informed Care"
10% out the net income will be donated to Deborah Grassman's work
Deborah Grassman is a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner whose 30-year career at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Deborah is most well-known for identifying the unique needs of Veterans as they near the end of life which has become the basis for NHPCO’s We Honor Veterans program. In 2002, she introduced "pinning ceremonies" to honor dying veterans -- a ceremony which has now become standard practice in hospices and long-term-care facilities throughout the nation. Her work is being featured by Hospice Foundation of America. More about Deborah Grassman and her NPO organization you will find here: www.opuspeace.org
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