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New Class Offering at the Drumheller Community Learning Society

by Diana Watson, RCRT

February 2017


The Drumheller Community Learning Society has released their latest Activity Guide for Winter/Spring 2017.


Reflexology – A Brief History and Techniques for Self-Care


Reflexology is an ancient healing art. It is a natural, non-invasive therapy which helps to balance the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of your whole body. Every part of the body is connected to reflex areas on the feet, hands, ears and face. By using pressure techniques and a form of massage, we can stimulate these areas to create a direct response in the related parts of the body. Some of the well-documented responses to Reflexology are: relaxation; lowering of stress and anxiety; pain reduction; improvement of circulation and blood supply.

I will be offering a 90 minute class in March 2017. You have the opportunity to gain an introduction to the history of Reflexology right up to our modern-day practices; as well as information on how it can benefit your life, health, and well-being. We will be working on the hands for self-care tips you can practice at home. Each participant will receive a mini chart indicating the reflexes on both hands and feet.


Instructor: Diana Watson, RCRT

Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist


Drumheller Community Learning - 250 Centre Street

Tuesday • March 14 • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (1 class)

Call (403) 823‑8300 to register!


The link below will take you to the Drumheller Community Learning Society website. Just scroll down and click on the link for the Activity Guide. The info for this class is on page 35.


There some other very interesting classes being offered in the “Health and Lifestyle” section of the Activity Guide, on pages 34 and 35. Such as Reiki Level 1, Meditation for Beginners (excellent class – took it last fall!), and Essential Oils – all by Louise Henrickson.  Also, a couple of different massage therapy classes for labour support and/or infants – offered by Kim Deering (one of our amazing local Massage Therapists!).

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