Facial Reflexology

My journey into Facial Reflexology began in 2009 when I attended an Association of Reflexologists seminar on Sorensensistem, which at the time was the only facial reflexology system available to learn in the UK.  I was fascinated by this “new” method of reflexology (which actually dates back centuries) and thought it was a wonderful alternative to working on the feet.  As Sorensensistem is very different to foot reflexology and uses completely different maps and methods, the training was tough and intense but I qualified in 2011.  And boy was it worth the effort.  My love of working on the face was well and truly established and I wanted to learn more and more.

In 2015 I trained in Japanese Cosmo Facelift which is an anti-aging treatment based on Sorensensistem.

In 2016 I trained in The Bergman Method of Facial Reflexology – pioneered by Ziggie Bergman and is the only facial reflexology course open only to foot reflexologists.  In 2017 I studied Zone Face Lift, Ziggie’s award winning beauty treatment championed by celebrities and the national press.

In March 2018, I became the “most qualified” Facial Reflexologist in the UK by further training in Dien Chan Zone, the Italian Method of Facial Reflexology.  This was the first course to be taught in the UK and I was the only attendee trained in both Sorensensistem and The Bergman Method, and therefore the only person in the UK trained in all three systems.  I’m looking forward to furthering my Dien Chan Zone training in the future by attending the advanced practitioner course.

The above knowledge and training allows me to prepare truly bespoke treatment plans for clients to give the best facial reflexology treatment possible.  I like to give self help homework to receivers to work on themselves to further enhance our sessions and get better results quicker.

I have also devised a natural reflexology face lift treatment using the best and most effective techniques to help improve the appearance, lift and sculpt the face, all with the added benefits of reflexology.

For more information on the above methods of facial reflexology, please check out my sub pages.  Although there are many crossovers in maps and reflexes (as you would expect), they are all unique and powerful systems in their own right and should not really be compared.  If you are interested in my thoughts and experience of training in facial reflexology, please follow the link to my YouTube vlog on the subject here:


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Georgina Strickland

Georgina Strickland BSc MAR

I qualified as a Reflexologist in 2004 having trained at the Philip Salmon School of Reflexology in London and have been a Full Member of the Association of Reflexologists since then.

I am registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council and I am also a member of Fedant