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Facial AcuZone Reflexology (FAZR)



Continuing Education in a Correspondence Format


Introduction and Course Objectives

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Syllabus for Distance Learning

Course Description: Facial AcuZone Reflexology (FAZR) is a new form of reflexology therapy developed by Sue Todd that is a combination of Chinese acupressure points, Indian marma points, muscular massage and lymphatic drainage; all targeted on the head and neck and mapped using longitudinal zones and transverse landmark lines. The text is over 125 pages in length and the program includes a DVD demonstrating the procedure. Facial AcuZone Reflexology training will provide the reflexologist with another reflexology therapy to offer to existing clients and to assist in attracting new clients.

Author and Instructor: Sue Todd, OCR-CR, RRPr, Cert. ADED, CAHP

   416-574-7885 (Available for calls between 9am and 7pm Monday to Friday)



Please Note: Proof of previous reflexology certification is a prerequisite.

Course topics include:

What is Facial AcuZone Reflexology?

What Theory are we Following

Making an About Face

FAZR in comparison to Foot or Hand Reflexology

Zones and Transverse Landmark Lines of the Face

What are the benefits of FAZR?

What about Auricular Reflexology?

Face Facts

Session Length

Before and After Photos

The Head

General terminology

The Skeletal System of the head

The muscular system of the head and neck

The circulatory system of the head

The lymphatic system of the head and neck

The nervous system of the head

The importance of relaxation

FAZR pathological conditions (19)



Tactile assessment

Health record explanation

FAZR health and session records

Practical Procedure

Signs of a successful session

What you may feel when you are giving a session

Equipment required

FAZR points and meridian chart

Meridians involved in FAZR

Practitioner be aware before starting

Practical procedure explanation

Cleaning up after the session

Completing the case studies

Volunteer Client list

Zonal relationships of Organs of the body in FAZR

Facial Oils for FAZR

FAZR Declaration and consent form

Study Guide


This course includes original artwork and over 25 charts and diagrams to help you with your studies.


Course Objectives

By the end of this course the learner will be able to:

    1.       Define FAZR.

    2.       List the benefits of a FAZR session.

    3.       Complete a FAZR health record.

    4.       Visually assess the client’s face for lesions and skin conditions.

    5.       Perform a tactile assessment of the head and neck.

    6.       List contraindications to receiving FAZR.

    7.       List the AcuZone points and label the meridians they belong to.

    8.       Complete a FAZR session.

Course Requirements:

        I. Previous certification as a reflexologist

      II. Camera with video capability for before and after photos and to video the final exam

    III.   Computer to view the DVD

    IV.  Student must purchase their own linens, oils, table etc (links have been provided to assist with the search)

      V. Read the text

    VI.  Must complete 30 case studies (they must be photocopied and submitted but will not be returned). Students are allowed to charge a nominal fee of $10 to $20 for each case study. Copies of release forms must be submitted as well.

  VII.    Must complete a written exam (must be proctored). All proctoring fees are the responsibility of the student.

VIII.    Must complete a practical exam (send in a video or there is a Skype option). Students must provide a client and all supplies for the practical exam.

    IX.  An 80% average is required to complete the program and obtain your certificate

      X. All requirements must be completed within one year from the purchase date


Your Program Package Includes:

·       Facial AcuZone Reflexology Text

·    Hair protection cap

·   Study cards (can fit in your purse or pocket to help with studying)

·  Support from Sue Todd via email, phone or Skype (for telephone or Skype an appointment time is recommended). Skype time is best used for procedural questions.  


Course Fee and Timing:

The fee for the course includes the previously mentioned items, all exams and shipping and handling. The text will take approximately 8 hours to read but allow at least 1 to 2 hours of studying for each hour of reading.

Upon successful completion of this program you will receive a certificate from the Ontario College of Reflexology indicating you have completed a 50 hour program in Facial AcuZone Reflexology.

Price: $388.12 Cdn. including S&H and surcharge

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