If you are inspired by Colourpuncture and want to learn it, how do you see yourself doing it – in your Clinic or at home, for yourself, family and friends?

Colourpuncture is a body therapy, just as Acupuncture or Acupressure; classic energy Meridians run through various parts of the body. However, there is also a Reflex Zones or ‘Microsystems’ Colourpuncture which is similar to Reflex Zones therapies such as Reflexology or Microsystems Acupuncture such as Auricular (Ear) Acupuncture. If you are already a therapist of Reflexology or Auricular Acupuncture, the most intuitive use of Colourpuncture could be just adding coloured light as a therapy media to your massage or needles. However, you may want to extend your work to the whole body tapping into TCM Meridian system. What is your view? How would you like to work with Colorpuncture?

The answer could be obvious if you prefer to work with body areas which are easy to expose (feet) or naturally open (ears, face, hands). And if you are a body therapist, doing body massage for example or Acupuncture, you will naturally expect to do the whole body treatments. Sometimes, you may not have such a clear idea, especially if you are not a therapist.

There is no right or wrong answer; however it is important to ask yourself this question when you deciding on which Colorpuncture training course to take. If your choice is a full body treatment then Colourpuncture Professional training is the best for you. Colourpuncture Professional training now can be taken on Module by Module basis, so you don’t have to commit to learning the entire course within one year and you can also take the Modules in the order which best suits your personal healing needs. If, however, you would like to work with accessible body areas and know the power of working with Microsystems, you may prefer to take one of Short Colourpuncture courses instead: Colour Reflexology (working on hands and feet), Colour Beauty (working on face and head), Auricular Colourpuncture (working on the ears) or Colour Iridology (working on the forehead, which is a Colourpuncture Reflex Zone for Iridology).

Another question to consider is: which areas of your own body you are already treating, for example with massage? Do you like massaging your hands? Are you getting relaxed when massaging your feet? Do you experience both calm and better energy when you rub your ears? Are face creams make a part of your beauty routine? Do you simply comb your hair or use a massage brush? Our natural – or learnt by choice – preferences often give us a clue to where we can start.

Why this choice is important? As we already discussed, Colourpuncture starts with you, at home, doing a lot of treatments on yourself (and family) and so experiencing Colorpuncture deeply – in small amounts but often.

  • Experiencing Colourpuncture is the best learning tool – what you experience and benefit from, you are going to share with others

This video is a fragment from our September 2022 Colourpuncture Q&A and where a big part of our discussion was around “how to choose the best Colourpuncture training” – thank you for your great questions! Join us for our next Colorpuncture Q&A with your Colourpuncture questions 🙂

Here we mention just some general rules, examples and ideas. If you are already practicing Colorpuncture and need more specific information, please get in touch using the form below. If you feel inspired by Colorpuncture and want to learn more of this beautiful healing system, please join us for one of our training events. If you are a Colourpuncture therapist already or just starting in Colorpuncture, we are here to support you on every step of your journey!


Body vs Microsystems Colourpuncture

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