The entire body and all its parts are represented on an anatomical ‘reflexology’ body map on the feet. Stimulating specific reflexology points with finger pressure helps the body focus on its corresponding areas, encouraging circulation, hormone regulation, toxin removal, relaxation, and overall balance. Foot reflexology is a well-established healing modality that continues to grow in popularity, and is gaining more recognition by health insurance providers in Canada.
200 hour Foot Reflexology Professional Certification:
35 hours class instruction
130 hours practicum (65 practicum sessions: 6 people X 10 sessions, + 5 self-sessions, with record keeping)
15 hours independent assignments
20 hours home study/exam preparation
Exam (to be scheduled within one year of class instruction)
Theory and History of Reflexology, Foot Assessment and Anatomy, Essential Anatomy and Physiology, Reflex Charts and Reflex Routine by Body System, Therapeutic Treatment Strategies for Common Conditions, Pain Control, Contraindications and Toxin Release, Practicum and Health Record Guidelines, Professionalism, Legalities and Building a Clientele.
RAC membership following certification is pre-approved; optional membership through several reflexology and holistic health associations, a list of which is provided in class.
Certificate Awarded: Following class instruction: Certificate of Attendance attesting to 35 hours of training;
following full course requirements: Professional Certificate attesting to 200 hours of training
Format/Tuition: 4 days, $995