Post Grad Precision Reflexology

This established course is available to all qualified practitioners. The course is centred around the “linking” technique which is unique to Precision work. This gives power and precision to all forms of the therapy and it provides a way to connect to the subtle energy of each client.

The course content looks at the rationale for Precision techniques - this system offers an intuitive reponse to treatment. The location of the “linking” reflexes is taught and students will be shown how to locate these. The basic technique uses a light touch which makes contact with the subtle energy of each client thus providing a powerful treatment without using strong physical pressure. The concept of subtle energy in relation to reflexology will be explored and discussed. A unique approach to Chakra work and the relevance of this to Precision Reflexology provides a powerful alternative to therapy work. Students will be shown realistic ways in which to make this approach relevant to their clients. Naturopathic principles will be applied in order to increase client confidence and involvement in their own health care.

Please note that is the only authorised  CPD course in Precision Reflexology.

There are four tuition days, in two blocks of two days each. The venue is “Splatthayes” in Buckerell, East Devon. The tutor is Jan Williamson. For details of dates and cost please contact Jan Williamson on or telephone 01626 853236.

Additional venues for 2015 include Essex, Yorkshire and Ireland.

New for 2016 - there is a new venue.  This will be “Stickwick”, Hennock in Devon. It is a stunning Georgian manor house set in beautiful Devon Countryside.   So you can study Precision Reflexology, enjoy a fabulous house in a wonderful setting and taste delicious food prepared by our cook, Patrick.  For more information about Stickwick see

There are two options for the CPD course in 2016, option 1 is two sets of two days (in April and June) and option 2 is one block of four days (in September).   Contact for details of the dates