Reproflexology™ Training

Have you ever wanted to help a client undergoing fertility treatment but had to refuse because your conventional reflexology training told you this was unwise and could endanger the success or efficacy of the medical intervention?

Barbara Scott was taught just that in her own training. However, in practice she found it was very difficult to deny treatment to clients at a time when they most needed the support of a wise and experienced therapist.

Barbara writes: Reflexology for fertility has become of more and more interest to people exploring their options in trying to conceive. As reflexologists I am sure that we have all experienced an increase in clients seeking help in this area.

However it can be a minefield of when to treat, what to treat, how to treat, and what realistic sensible advice can be given to clients. We all want to provide as much support and help as possible during what we know can be a difficult and potentially distressing time for our clients.

The course provides a wealth of information to enable you, as a practitioner, to be able to do just that. The techniques for reproductive reflexology have been developed over many years, and have proved to be effective and beneficial in improving outcomes, alleviating symptoms, and helping couples to improve their fertility.

The Reproflexology™ course is separated into two parts, of two days each, with some case study work and research to be completed in between.

Part 1 of the course covers understanding the basic causes of fertility difficulties in both men and women, identifying ovulation, medical tests undertaken by clients, and how to work with fertility and sub fertility. This must be completed before embarking on the second part of the course.

Part 2 focuses entirely on working with medicated cycles, IUI and IVF.  On the successful conclusion of the course all students will receive at Certificate in Reproflexology™ which will count towards their Continuing Professional Development.

Part 1 is taught by Harriet Combes

“Really enjoyed attending the course, Harriet was lovely and I really enjoyed her energy and demonstrations, she made the subject fun to learn. Would highly recommend”  Jane – 2018

“Heard excellent reviews of the course, so glad I attended, have learnt so much. There was alot of information to take in but everything was clearly explained. I feel so much more confident in dealing with my fertility clients”  Carol – 2018

Part 2 is taught by Barbara Scott

Webinars – are taught by Barbara Scott and Harriet Combes

“It was a wonderful 2 days, Barbara is so knowledgeable. I now feel that I can offer treatments to support clients & provide genuine benefits. Can’t wait for Part 2” Jo – 2017

“I have absolutely loved this course. I’ve found it interesting, informative and inspirational.  Barbara I am in owe of your knowledge and I hope to be able to replicate your passion with my clients”  Ruth – 2016


ReflexologyForFertility (1)STOP PRESS:  Barbara Scott’s new book “Reflexology For Fertility – a Comprehensive Practitioners Guide to Natural and Assisted Conception” was published in March in the UK and in April in the USA.

This very exciting publication went straight to number one sales position on Amazon for publications dealing with infertility and has already attracted interest from reflexologists around the globe.  The first edition sold out within a few weeks and the second edition is now available.  You can read the five star reviews and order a copy by clicking HERE.

Copies of the manual are also available from the publishers, Watkins by following this link from the United Kingdom and this link in the USA.



A more detailed note on the course content follows, but if you would like further information about the course, or would like to discuss whether it is right for you please do email us

Part 1

Introduction to ReproflexologyTM – Information gathering – client questionnaire – Understanding the menstrual cycle – Lifecycle of a sperm cell – Ovulation: timing and anomalies – What affects our fertility: causes and diseases – Diagnostic tools: orthodox and complementary – Diet and Nutrition and its role- Endocrine and reproductive balancing – Tools and Techniques

Part 2

Diagnostic Testing – Emotional Aspects to Consider – Clomid – Intrauterine Insemination – In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) – Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) – Reflexology and its Role – When to Treat and when NOT to Treat – Schedule of Treatments- Tools and Techniques