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What are the Sorensensistem™ Reflexology programs?
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The Sorensensistem™ Reflexology programs are a unique method of reflexology, delivered in a cloud system that lets you manage your client programs and progress online, with protocols for treating Autism, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Dementia and Multiple Sclerosis. With each program comes an easy to follow informational template, a sequence of exercises to implement, video guides and diagrams.
Sorensensistem™ Reflexology is based on over 40 years of research and development, taught and practiced by Lone Sorensen, international lecturer and pioneer of the neuro reflex therapy system.
Who is it for?
The Sorensensistem™ Reflexology programs are for reflexology professionals who work with clients of all types, including those with Autism, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Dementia and Multiple Sclerosis in a variety of settings:
Schools of massage, reflexology, Chinese Medicine, Naturopathic Medicine, Chiropractic, Medical, Osteopathic, Kinesiology
Retirement centers and community centers
Caregivers of seniors and children with special needs such as autism
Corporate wellness programs
Geriatric Care Professionals
Body workers and medical professionals working with Multiple Sclerosis populations
Why should you use it?
The Sorensensistem™ Reflexology programs utilize Neuro-Reflex therapy - a combination of different techniques that work upon the nervous system, helping to regulate and normalize complete body and brain function.
Neuro-Reflex therapy is a combination of basic zonal work, acupuncture points and neurological points. Working manually on certain points and zones produces a profound sense of relaxation while stimulating the blood flow and the entire nervous system.
Lone Sorensen, creator and founder, has been working the fields of reflexology, acupuncture, kinesiology and neurology since 1978. A respected world leader in her field, Lone has over 14.000 practitioners and followers of her system across more than 21 countries and speaks globally on the subject of neuroreflexology and brain function.
How does it work?
Delivered through the UnitusTI electronic data records cloud
Access from any device, anywhere in the world
The The Sorensensistem™ Reflexology programs are delivered via subscription to the UnitusTI electronic data records (EDR) cloud.
Leading-edge data collection, staff and client management tools and program templates are built right into UnitusTI.
See instant data and quickly graph progress to make informed decisions
Provide reports and share relevant data securely with others
Track staff performance and give them collaboration tools to keep your practice on track
Customizable data collection means you can track as much or as little as you need to keep business humming and your clients happy
UnitusTI capabilities include:
Assessments | Programs | Curricula | Data Acquisition Types | Program Maintenance | Target Maintenance | Pre-defined Reports | Customizable Reports | Service Code Tracking | Graphing | Calendar | Internal Messaging | Document Storage | Session Tracking | Interactive Materials | Role-based Access | Multimedia | Automatic Backups | Billing Prep | Real-time Data Monitoring
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About the Author
Lone Sorensen, Founder, Sorensensistem™ Facial and Neuro Foot Reflex therapy, President of the Global Facial Network
Lone Sorensen is an educated therapist in reflexology, acupuncture, kinesiology and neurology. Lone has been working professionally in these fields since 1978. She began her work in Denmark and has since grown into France, Chile, Germany, Cuba and Spain. Lone has 10 years of experience working in Denmark, 13 in Argentina and since 2001 in Spain.
While practicing reflexology since 1978, Lone developed her method Sorensensistem™ Facial and Neuro Foot Reflex therapy, a methodology that combines Oriental medicinal therapies, acupuncture, primitive Aboriginal techniques, zone therapy and neuroanatomy.
Her concepts and methodology have been integrated into a research conducted at the Filadelfia Kurhuset State Rehabilitation Center of Denmark for patients with brain damage and dysfunction as of the year 2000. In March 2001, Lone was honored by the OMHS with three titles of nobility in Argentina; thus, making her the first reflexologist in the world to receive this distinction for her work with zone therapy and facial, hand and foot reflex therapy.
Lone Sorensen is the director of the International Institute of Facial Reflexology and has spent years dedicated to the teaching of reflexology in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands, England, Japan, China, Australia, the US, Mexico, Argentina, Slovenia, Bosnia, Croatia, Poland and Spain, where she teaches in coordination with more than 50 instructors.
Lone has participated in several national and international conventions and is President of the Global Facial Network (www.globalfacial.com) Sorensensistem™ Concept.
Throughout the years, Lone Sorensen has developed the Facial Reflex therapy and Neuro Foot Reflex therapy Sorensensistem™, a modern variant of reflexology applied to the face and feet.
Facial Reflex therapy Sorensensistem™ was born in 1988. Its roots date back many centuries, as it is based on a wide variety of traditions and practices. This technique combines both ancient and modern therapies, as well as knowledge of anatomy and physiology, with the potential to balance the individual on all levels, that is, physically, psychologically and energetically.
Facial Reflex Therapy Sorensensistem™ combines Chinese energy meridians and acupuncture points, Vietnamese and South American body maps and modern science of neuroanatomy. This allows the therapist to identify imbalances in the patient’s health and provides the knowledge to begin the process of healing (delete: properties) using the body to balance all of these disciplines.