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Joan O’Reilly, Principal,
Kerry School of Refloxology
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Reflexology

Reflexology is recognised by VHI, AVIVA, LAYLA.
This course is registered by the NATIONAL REGISTER OF REFLEXOLOGISTS of IRELAND.
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The Kerry School of Reflexology
was established 2007: The school is accredited by the National Register of Reflexologists (Ireland) Which means that successful completion of the Reflexology Diploma Course enables practitioners to become N.R.R.I. member and entitles the use of the initials M.N.N.R.I. with all the benefits it occurs.
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Kerry reflexologyThe Kerry School of Reflexology is run by
Joan O’ Reilly. MNRRI. IRI. LicICHM. ISHom. BFRP. T.A.Th. , Registered Reflexologist, Homoeopath & Bach Flower Remedy Practitioner & Trainer.

Mission Statement
My mission is to train and graduate highly qualified Reflexologists. Through Reflexology the client will have a positive state of health and wellness; and a harmonious balance through out their body.

What will the “Kerry School of Reflexology” qualification allow you to do?
On successful qualification, you will be invited to join the National Register of Reflexologists one of reflexology’s main bodies in Ireland as a member. This enables you to practice reflexology professionally and obtain professional insurance and be placed on the referral register so the NRRI can direct people looking for reflexology practitioners in your area to you.

Graduates who join the professional body are recognized by VHI, AVIVA and LAYLA health providers (conditions apply).

Reflexology is based on the principle that reflexes in the foot correspond to all the glands, organs and parts of the body. By stimulating these reflex areas, the treatment directly corrects physical imbalances within the body and indirectly corrects emotional imbalance.

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