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Rhythmical Einreibung Foundation Course 2021

  • Monday, October 25, 2021
  • Thursday, June 09, 2022
  • 3 sessions
  • Monday, October 25, 2021 (UTC+01:00) Friday, October 29, 2021 (UTC+01:00)
  • Monday, February 14, 2022 (UTC-00:00) Friday, February 18, 2022 (UTC-00:00)
  • Monday, June 06, 2022 (UTC+01:00) Thursday, June 09, 2022 (UTC+01:00)
  • Emerson College, Forest Row RH18 5JX

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  • Are you a nurse, carer, masseur, naturopath, body worker, or health care professional?

  • Do you treat frail or sensitive patients?

  • Are you looking for a more gentle therapy for your clients?

Rhythmical Einreibung is a very gentle method of therapeutic touch developed for nurses and carers and useful for everyone working in caring or healing professions. It focusses and strengthens the patient’s powers of self-healing through the art of rhythmical touch and is used to warm, calm and harmonise the body to provide comfort and relief. Because of its gentle, calming nature it can be very beneficial for patients who are too frail or sensitive for other hands-on therapies.

This Foundation Course provides a path of development for anyone looking to expand their skills in giving hands-on body treatments. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the art of Rhythmical Einreibung.

Visit the Emerson College Website for more information and booking.

  • UPDATES from the course provider: NEW COURSE DATES

Module 1: 25-29 October 2021

Module 2: 14-18 February 2022

Module 3: 6-9 June 2022

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