300-Hour Reflexology Certificate Course
In this Professional Reflexology Certificate course students are prepared for a career as a Reflexologist. Classes are taught using a combination of audiovisual presentations using a projector, whiteboard or paper chart, lecture, demonstration and return-demonstration, and laboratory.
About the Program
Reflexology is a gentle bodywork technique applied to maps resembling the human body located on the feet, hands, and outer ears. Students study the ten reflex zones, Reflexology-specific finger and thumb pressure techniques, and how to support internal organs and every body system through this unique modality. Reflexology is a deeply relaxing modality that promotes wellness from the inside out.
The 300-Hour Reflexology Certificate course is broken into six, 32-hour modules.
Classroom hours: 192
Professional Sessions: 4
Research Paper & Homestudy Assignments: 14
Documented Sessions: 90
Total hours: 300
32 hour module covering origins, theories, forms of reflexology, indications, cautions, contraindications, structure & function of the foot and lower leg, foot assessment tools, and reflexology-specific techniques.
32 hour module covering the following body systems as they relate to reflexology: the body, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular.
32 hour module covering the following body systems as they relate to reflexology: sensory, respiratory, endocrine, lymphatic, digestive, urinary.
32 hour module covering the reproductive system, fertility, pregnancy, labor and delivery, postpartum, and pediatrics.
32 hour module introducing students to hand reflexology, ear reflexology, and reflexology-specific tool work.
32 hour module covering session documentation, practitioner self-care, writing a wellness plan, business practice, business planning, holistic health consulting, sanitation and hygiene.
What Students Say…
“Great to have hands on experience to use on self as well as practical application on clients. Surprised at how it affected me.”
“Thank you Amy for a great class I look forward to incorporating this modality into my work.”