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"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" 

- Lao Tzu

Educational content

Part 1 - 40 lessons

Of course, we start with the basic understanding of balance distributed through the spine. For this, a so-called box understanding is introduced. Each box is "stacked" on top of each other - and thus influenced by the box below. The lower "box" corresponds to the pelvis, with all the bones and muscles in it. In the pelvis, the most important element is the sacroiliac joint. In order to be able to fully function and move, all the muscles in this area are needed. In other words, you will learn where on the feet the reflexes of all the muscles in this area are, as well as how they feel when the muscles are in tension and, of course, how to treat them.

Similarly, in the other "boxes". And in relation to the limbs.

Some muscles respond more often than others to emotional states and are therefore treated with an approach that intervenes in this area. For this, you will learn about so-called "Valve treatments".

We come through many different conditions including; locked sacroiliacs, pelvic pain, hip pain, low back pain, sciatica, herniated disc, facial syndrome, shoulder pain, various neck problems, jaw and bite problems, shoulder problems, tennis elbow, knee disorders and much more.

Part 2 - 45 lessons

When we meet again, you have had time to practice all that we went through in Part 1. Probably there are some small areas that you do not feel safe in, so it may just need to be picked up. Otherwise, a whole new approach will start. We review the "organ-controlled" muscles and with this you get to know so-called alarm points. These signal tenderness when there are energetic problems and compared with the organ-controlled muscles, it is relatively simple to make a Chinese diagnosis, which is about imbalance and thus "too much" and "too little".

Many reflexologists are uncertain about the use of the Chinese laws - this we have to change :-)

Most of us know the Meridians, but as something new, you will learn to "mirror" these to the feet, as well as to understand both the importance of these, but also to see what they do - in relation to zones/reflexes and thus the understanding of reflexology. We learn to use them, both diagnostically and technically.


You are now able to combine the Western approach with the Eastern - the physical approach with the emotional and therefore you have now become a Muscular Reflex Therapist. Along with your diploma you also get the logo that you can freely use in your marketing.


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MZ-Meridian therapy is in fact "picked" out of Muscular Reflexology part 2 - this because this part can easily stand alone. You may not have had this content if you do not have a Muscular Reflexology training of recent date.

Similarly, the course could complement any reflexology treatment, no matter how you perform it. So you do not need to be a Muscular Reflex Therapist to attend this course.


Another meridian review, their passage, recognizable symptoms and much more will be addressed. Next, the meridians are mirrored to the feet, providing brand new and powerful options in your treatment.


We come across both treatment of blockages, as well as completely new approaches to treating meridians. Cross channel technic and other...




Want more? It doesn't have to stop with the muscular part. TCM Reflexology is the natural superstructure. Within reflexology, we have traditionally only taken the most accessible part of our understanding of energy from acupuncture. The very idea of ​​balance and imbalance - the idea of ​​too much and too little. But it is not the full truth.

You may have experienced that what you do works - but it's as if the last thing is missing. Zones/Reflexes continue to express tenderness despite your persistence.

Often this is because the body, despite the information you provide through the feet - is unable to perform the task. There is simply something missing. Climates. These are factors that are part of an imbalance and that we do not normally include in our treatment. In fact, they describe energetic states - changes.

Of course, the feet also offer opportunities for treating these conditions and when these are included you see that the soreness quickly disappears out of the zone/reflex and that the result appears faster and without consequences.

TCM Reflexology is offered only as a supplement to the training as Muscular Reflexologist.


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