Video Course: Facial Reflex Therapy

Lone Sorensen

Europe has been a hot spot for innovation in reflexology, and in 1988, Facial Reflex Therapy, also called Facial Reflexology, was born. However, the roots of this work date back many centuries and are based on a wide variety of traditions and practices. Using knowledge of anatomy and physiology, this technique combines ancient and modern therapies with the potential to balance the individual on all levels, physically and psychologically. Join us for a look at this unique approach, which is an excellent supplement to traditional hand and foot reflexology.

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Lone Sorensen
Lone Sorensen developed Face Reflexology over the course of her 28-year career, during which she researched traditional healing therapies from around the world and combined her findings with medical knowledge of the human anatomy and physiology. In addition to English, her work has been published in Spanish and Danish. In 1985, Sorensen moved to Argentina where she established the first reflexology schools in the country and trained almost 2,000 foot and face reflexologists over a 12-year period. Headquartered in Spain, Sorensen teaches reflexology in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Holland, England, Japan, Mexico, Argentina, and Spain. Learn more at
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