Julie Quinn

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Over the past 15 years Julie has qualified to practice many Complementary Therapies such as Reflexology, Massage, Aromatherapy and Indian Head Massage.  Neuroskeletal Re-alignment is the latest addition to her skill set, although she would always consider her main career focus to be Reflexology.

Julie was lucky enough to train with Renèe Tanner, and has worked with Infertility and Reflexology with amazing results.  Julie began her academic career by giving talks to therapists, and progressed over the years to teaching and examining Reflexology students in many FE/Adult Education and private colleges.

As Head of Section for the Health Department at Morley College, she achieved the Centre of Excellence award for Reflexology in 2011. She has taken part in the organisation and manning of Complementary Therapy stalls at many exhibitions, and has been involved in research exploring how the therapy works. Julie will also be delivering a workshop at Camexpo this year.

She is currently Treasurer of the Reflexology Forum which has been instrumental in achieving voluntary self-regulation, and for the writing of the Core Curriculum for Reflexology Standard.

Julie has also worked as a therapist in one of the few primary schools who see the benefits of complementary therapy treatments and learning for children.



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What our students have said about Julie Quinn

"  want to thank you once again for the outstanding level of help and support throughout another fantastic course, having now achieved not just one, but two Distinctions with your school.   Having not studied in years, I was daunted by the aspect of going through this again in 2012/2013 .  However, I cannot praise Helen enough for her amazing teaching skills, somehow making learning the Anatomy & Physiology seem easy!   Suz was an amazing teacher for the practical Massage sessions too.  So keen to pass on all she knows, and her feedback and help with the coursework was second to none.   So after passing the Massage course, it didn't surprise me to be back again this year to train as a Reflexologist.  Julie is so knowledgeable in the subject.  With years of experience, you will learn so much with her.   I highly recommend SNT to everyone.   Alison "
Submitted by Alison (Jun 17th 2016)

" I have worked in office jobs my whole life and decided it was time for a change. I came across the reflexology course at the School of Natural Therapies on the AoR website and thought it looked great to fit around work and a small child to look after.    Julie was such an inspiring tutor and I was instantly hooked on it. Even though there were lots of case studies to complete, I really enjoyed all of them as my confidence grew each time and I got to understand how to feel for imbalances in the feet. One of the men I treated was told he would never father children of his own and within two months, his girlfriend was pregnant after 5 years of trying. I can't say for sure that it was the reflexology that enabled this to happen but he certainly seemed to think so which was a real confidence boost.   I would highly recommend this course and college to anyone thinking of applying, whether you're already a practising therapist or wanting to completely change your job, like me. It is such a relaxed and friendly environment to study in and all of the tutors are really helpful and supportive "
Submitted by Amanda (Jun 17th 2016)

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