We are pleased to announce that Hanne Marquardt, leading pioneer and teacher of reflexology will be presenting her ‘Reflexotherapy of the Feet’ (RTF) two day training seminar here in Sheffield on the 12th and 13th October 2012.
The name of Hanne Marquardt will be well known to you if you have studied the history of Reflexology and its key figures! Hanne Marquardt studied with "The Mother of Reflexology", Eunice Ingham in the late 1950's. Previously to meeting Eunice, Hanne had spent nine years studying her work. Since then she has spent a lifetime refining and developing Reflexology and made some crucial adaptations changing the name of what she practiced and taught to Reflexotherapy.
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3. Doreen Bayly brought reflexology to britain in 1966. She studied with Eunice Ingham in the U.S.A and when she returned she set up the Bayly school of reflexology.
In 1958 Hanne Marquardt a german nurse discovered Eunice's work and began to work with her methods.
This relationship of the foot – and that of a sitting person is based on the idea that the foot is a micro system of a macro system, called the body of a person and on the similarity in shape. In her amazing and very enriching book called Reflexotherapy of the feet, Hanne Marquardt writes: “the term reflexotherapy is commonly used to describe a reflection of the whole in its parts”.