2018 Centralia held its seventh Annual Review meeting
at the Inspira Academy Training Centre, Sully, near Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan
Partner Centres from all over the UK & Ireland attended the meeting
It was reported that the Level 5 course registrations continue to increase in numbers in 2017 by 10%
- Centralia welcomed a new Partner Centre tutors - Ruth Hodgkiss from Contemporary Reflexology College and Olivia Hart from Three Shires Reflexology
All Partner Centre representatives took an active part in reviewing the syllabus
- Further developements for NEPIP (NeuroEndoPsychoImmunoPody) discussed
Once again it was highlighted that this opportunity to annually update and improve on the assessments, delivery and content of the Level 5 Reflexology Practitioner training, benefits us and all our learners who of course, then become Practitioners benefitting from the shared knowledge of all Centralia Centre tutors (something that is unique to Centralia and Agored Cymru and not possible with other accredited Reflexology courses)
At the Annual Centralia Partner Centre meetings the focus is always on ways to improve and ways to further develop our magnificent profession. In the past (April 2013) it was decided that some of the units needed reviewing and consequentlly the Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Reflexology and Providing Reflexology for Specific Conditions were revised and upgraded. Since then the Centralia Reflexology Mastership (incorporating Agored Cymru units at Level 5) underwent a huge revision which was animatedly discussed during and between the next two years meetings and then in June of 2016, the Level 5 Diploma in Practitioner Reflexology qualification was introduced.
Decisions have to be unanimously made between all Partner Centres and that is because we are a Co-Operative and Centralia would like to thank all the Centre Principals and all their tutors for their relentless enthusiasm, co-operation, input and support throughout our two day meetings!
Socialising after the 2018 AGM