Fall 2012 Foot Zone Certification Course
As an instructor for We Do Feet, I am proud to teach a curriculum that is incredibly thorough and complete. We Do Feet has established a course curriculum that is like no other. While other programs require advanced courses and additional training to complete your education, our belief is that if you are going to go through the time and expense to learn this modality your training should:
- Be very complete and detailed,
- Give you all the education you need to practice this modality, and
- Give you a clear understanding of what you are feeling as you work the feet.
Our course does just that! When you finish your classes, you will feel confident and competent in the Foot Zone Technique.
There are a total of nine Foot Zone seminars. Although they are taught as individual classes and stand on their own merit, they are consecutive and advancing in information. Our seminars consist of a total of 180 hours of training taught over the 9 classes. They are usually taught on a Friday and Saturday to accommodate work schedules and childcare (except seminar #1 which takes place on a Thursday, Friday, and Saturday). Classes are held once a month for 9 months with a final graduation during class 9.
In our curriculum we not only teach the Foot Zone technique, but many other aspects of the Zone that will facilitate your ability to be the Foot Zone Therapist that you wish to be. Topics include:
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Essential Oil Training
- Muscle Testing and how to use it in your life
- Energy work and shifting blocked Energy in the body
- Emotions and how they are stored in the body
- Problems you will find in during the zone and how to bring it back into balance
- How to create and bring balance into your life and family
- Business ethics and the laws and principles of success
- Many other modalities and therapies that can aid and support the Foot Zone technique.
However, in addition to this amazing curriculum, our small class sizes allow us to provide one-on-one attention. And, after each course is taught, we provide an observation time where we watch you practice and make corrections and suggestions.
Class schedules are determined by the individual instructors, with the exception of classes 1, 5, and 9 which are a combined class with all instructors and all students.
Following is the tentative schedule and general class outline for my Fall 2012 class.
Class 1 – September 27, 28, 29; Orientation and registration. Introduction to and history of the zone. Instruction in Area 1 of the zone. Introduction to Anatomy of the Feet.
Class 2 – October 12 & 13; Instruction in Anatomy and Physiology of The Body. Instruction in Area 2 of the zone. Instruction in Kinesiology, Frequency, and Music Therapy.
Class 3 – November 9 & 10; Instruction in Anatomy and Physiology of The Skin & Body Membranes, The Skeletal System, and The Muscular System. Instruction in Area 3 of the zone. Instruction in Essential Oils, and Rain Drop Therapy.
Class 4 – December 14 & 15; Instruction in Area 4 of the zone.
Class 5 – January 18 & 19; Instruction in Anatomy & Physiology of The Nervous System. Instruction in Emotional & Physical corrections in Area 1. Instruction in Energy Correction.
Class 6 – February 8 & 9; Instruction in Anatomy & Physiology of The Digestive System. Instruction in Emotional & Physical corrections in Area 2. Instruction in Energy Correction. Instruction in Nutrition, Traditional Food Preparation (based on Weston A Price Foundation Principles), Alkalinity & Acidity, Probiotics & Prebiotics, and Parasites.
Class 7 – March 8 & 9; Instruction in Anatomy & Physiology of The Endocrine System. Instruction in Emotional & Physical corrections in Area 3. Instruction in Energy Correction. Instruction in Chakras. Instruction in Business Ethic and Laws.
Class 8 – April 12 & 13; Instruction in Anatomy and Physiology of The Lymphatic System and The Urinary System. Instruction in Emotional & Physical corrections in Area 4. Instruction in Energy Correction. Instruction in Traditional Herbal Remedies & Methods of Preparation.
Class 9 – May 17 & 18; Instruction in Anatomy and Physiology of The Cardiovascular System and The Respiratory System. Final Exam and Graduation.
My classes are held in Centerville, Utah. However, if this location is too difficult for you to travel to, I can offer seminars in your area with certain requirements. For more information on this please contact me directly, (801) 292-7574.
As mentioned previously, classes 1, 5, and 9 are a combined class with all students and all instructors. Classes 1, 5, and 9 are held in Wellsville, Utah and are taught by Brad and Sue Noall, owners of We Do Feet. Typically, my class will carpool to Wellsville for those classes.
There are two private rooms available to stay in at my home. If you are from out of town you do not need to find lodging elsewhere. The charge for staying in these rooms is $30 per seminar. A kitchen is available for meals, you need only to bring your own food to prepare.
My classes have a maximum student count of 12 which allows me to give one-on-one attention to my students.
Cost per seminar – $400
Books and materials – $250
Complete Foot Zone course – $3850
A discount of $300 is applied if your course fee is paid in full by class #2. There are also referral discounts if you bring a friend or spouse. Please contact me directly for those discounts.
Registration for the Fall session ends when the class maximum is met. Most classes reach their maximum size well before classes begin, so please do not wait until the last minute to register.
Registration and Payment Options
To register for the Fall session, please give me a call at (801) 292-7574.
- Payment Option #1 – Pay for the Course in Full
Reserve your space in the Fall 2012 class by paying a $200 Deposit. Pay the balance of $3100 plus $250 for Books and Materials before Class #2 in order to receive your $300 discount.
- Payment Option #2 – Pay Per Seminar
Reserve your space in the Fall 2012 class by paying a $200 Deposit. Pay the balance of $200 plus $250 for Books and Materials before Class #1. For Classes 2 – 9, pay your class fee at the start of each class.
For Additional Information
Please feel free to contact me directly, either by phone or by email.