Reflexology Course-VTCT Level 3 Diploma

(4 customer reviews)


Our Reflexology Course will teach you how to provide this very popular treatment involving working on the feet to provide deep relaxation, stress relief and balance to the whole body. This qualification is suitable for use either in private practice, or establishments where reflexology treatments are provided. You will be studying towards a national qualification which is recognised by the leading professional organisations( FHT, CThA and AoR ) with a highly experienced lecturer, in a group of no more than six students. If you wish to gain an internationally recognised Reflexology qualification this is the course for you. Successful completion of our Reflexology course will enable you to insure with any company. If your aim is to work in the industry either in a salon, spa or run your own business and maybe one day even teach Reflexology this course is fully recognised in all areas. We are a nationally accredited independent private college. We are not to be confused with salons/home-based training where you will be issued with a certificate that is insurable with one company and not recognised in the national government framework of qualifications (QCF). We have a fully fitted professional college and supply everything while you are training on-premises with us.


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Course Content


  • Health, Safety and Hygiene
  • Relevant Anatomy & Physiology
  • Preparation of client and treatment room
  • Consultation & record cards
  • Techniques of application
  • Chart reading
  • After care advice

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Course Duration

An initial set of dates for 8 sessions will be set on enrolment plus 200 hours of home study to include a minimum of 100 treatments on 4 different clients. On average a learner with no prior knowledge would need at least 50 hours on premises to complete the above course.


Registration & Fees*

Course Fee: £945 (this includes exam board qualification and certification fees)

A £100 non-refundable deposit is required to book your place – balance of fees due 28 days prior to start date of course.

Additional Costs

Text book approx. £10 (students have bought second hand copies from Amazon) Reflexology Susan Cressy ISBN 0-435-45104-9

* All prices are correct at time of publishing, but are subject to change.

Next Course Dates

Wednesday 9:30-12:30 pm 28th Feb/13th/27th March/17th April/1st/15th/29th May/5th June 2024

Wednesday 10-1 pm 11th/25th Sept/9th/23rd Oct/6th/20th Nov/4th/18th Dec

Additional information

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Weds 9:30-12:30 pm 28th Feb/13th/27th March/17th April/1st/15th/29th May/5th June 2024, Weds 10-1 pm 11th/25th Sept/9th/23rd Oct/6th/20th Nov/4th/18th Dec, Request a date

4 reviews for Reflexology Course-VTCT Level 3 Diploma

  1. al3xnich

    This course has been so much fun, very informative and supportive. Be warned though training here is like getting a tattoo…once you’ve done one course you will be booking in for more! Wish I had found this company sooner. ? x

  2. chloejrigby89

    The very first course I done at this college and the best thing I ever done! Jenny was a fabulous tutor, and to this day I can still go to her to ask for advice and support.

  3. laura.kitto

    You will not be disappointed attending a course with Allen & Walden. Their teaching is thorough and extremely high quality. You will be guided through techniques and given brilliant advice to help you establish and/or improve your therapy business. Their training is recognised by professional associations & insurers giving your clients assurance you have met industry standards. I highly recommend Allen & Walden and am extremely grateful to them for their ongoing help & guidance.

    • Admin

      thank you so much for the lovely review

  4. Samantha Robinson

    Initially I felt very unsure especially as I had just taken a career break from a 32-year career in the NHS as a qualified nurse and I hadn’t completed any formal study for a few years. I knew that I wanted to continue caring for people but in a much more person-centred way. I receive reflexology monthly and have done for several years following a cancer diagnosis. When it was suggested to me that I should consider training as a reflexologist I initially dismissed it as I felt it wasn’t for me however the more that I thought about it the more I recognised how much I valued my reflexology in relation to relaxation and managing my peripheral neuropathy so I decided that I would give it a go.
    At the first session I was nervous but also excited. I was pleased to see we were a small group and our tutor put us all at ease straight away with her friendly, positive manner. Learning through doing suits my learning style so it was great that we used each other as models and I found it really useful that we clearly identified which part of the body we were working on whilst learning our technique. I got to know the other participants in my group well and I found that they also had many of the worries and anxieties I was experiencing. We created a Whats App group so we could pose questions, thoughts and queries to each other and our tutor and this helps us to all keep in touch. We agreed that we would provide each other with treatment swaps, and I intend to carry this on as a form of CPD for myself.
    I have thoroughly enjoyed learning reflexology and intend to offer this therapy to people in my local community as a qualified practitioner either in my home therapy room or within the individual’s home if this is possible and better for them. I recognise that the reflexology I have learnt can be applied to a person’s hands so I am currently practising this to ensure I can provide it effectively and beneficially. I am also keen to provide facial reflexology and, as others in my group were too, we have a training session coming up next month with our tutor. I am also considering working as a volunteer as my local hospice offering reflexology to people who have a palliative diagnosis and will pursue this over the next year.
    I learnt a lot about myself whilst undertaking this course. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed learning and how much I enjoyed the one-to-one contact with people who I can help. I worried for a couple of weeks that I wouldn’t be able to feel the different issues in people’s feet e.g., grittiness etc but I have found that as I become more competent and get to know the individual’s I am treating that this becomes easier, and I am often amazed at what I can tell. It has been easier for me to complete my assignments and case studies as I am not in full time employment but I have also really enjoyed completing them.
    Moving into the world of Complementary Therapy has been a great experience for me and I have now decided to undertake modules in massage and aromatherapy to complete the Level 3 Diploma something I would never have thought possible a couple of years ago.

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