“This class is probably the best class I have taken in my 30 years of practice… including in person ones. This live webinar makes you feel as though you are having a one on one training session.” Nathan, Memphis TN
“Amazing, comprehensive and thorough reflexology training.” Madeleine R., Brunswick, NY
Date: Fri-Sun, July 26-28, 2024 10:00am-4:30pm ET
Location: Live webinar at-home (training materials will be sent to you via USPS)
NCBTMB CE’s: 24 and open to the public
Price: Early registration price $445, ends 7/5, after $475. Hold your spot with a $100 deposit.
Instructors: Tracey J. Moon LMBT & Sharon Nash, MA
Click here for the Integrative Reflexology Certification course description
How is this Integrative Reflexology Certification different from other reflexology trainings?
We have heard that many can have hesitation training in reflexology because of the perception that it’s hard work with repetitive finger and thumb walking. Our course is different! We use a relaxed, whole hand approach that is easy on the thumbs and fingers. In fact, this protocol can even be done sitting down. Unfortunately there are therapists out there who have repetitive use injuries due to other forms of reflexology and bodywork. We guide individually in our classes by creating modifications so that reflexology is easy on the body. Those who train with us report that the feel a deep sense of relaxation while they are performing this protocol as client’s receive the therapeutic benefit of reflexology.
What is Integrative Reflexology?
In this foundational 3-day certification course students will learn the basic hands-on techniques of foot, hand, and ear reflexology through the 4-theory integrated approach to reflexology: structural integration; meridians; zones and psychoneuroimmunology. This innovative mindfulness based and whole-hand approach is gentle on the thumbs and fingers and the practitioners body.
In this training students will learn:
- How to give and receive a full 60 minute foot reflexology session and a 30 minute spa reflexology session.
- Foot soaks and the therapeutic applications
- History and 4 theories of reflexology
- Anatomy, muscles and actions of the feet
- Proper body mechanics for ease on the reflexologist’s body
- Factors that contribute to health and balance
- Cautions and contraindications for reflexology
- How to market reflexology and integrate into your work as an add-on service or a full session
- Morning sessions includes lecture in theory, anatomy and hands-on demonstrations and afternoon sessions include practical hands-on instruction
- At end of training student will be able to perform a full hand, ear and foot reflexology session, immediately being able to integrate into their work.
“Incredibly compassionate, patient, generous and knowledgeable instructors. They presented the material at just the right pace, and created a very open and nurturing learning environment.” Jane H. Amherst, VA
How does a live webinar work?
We will provide you a link and instructions for this Zoom webinar once you have registered. The class is “live” meaning that you’ll have opportunity to ask question, interact with the instructors and get feedback if you’d like about the work. The class will be held over three days with breaks including a one hour lunch break.
Although not required, it will be ideal for you to have a practice client to work with for 1.5 hours each day. The schedule will be provided to you at registration so that you can plan for this. If you don’t have a practice client, we’ll send instructions on a supplemental sessions that can be done after the class in order to receive your certification.
The benefits of a webinar are that you can be relaxed at home or in your office.
I’m a massage therapist – can I receive continuing education hours for this training?
Yes. Integrative Reflexology Certification webinar is NCBMTB Approved (Provider #049535-00) and massage therapists will receive 24 CE hours. You will receive a certificate of completion electronically to submit to your state licensing board or for recertification with the NCBTMB. If you are a licensed massage therapist in the State of Georgia – please read important details here about your continuing education credit.
I still have questions, how do I get in touch with you?
Please write to one of the facilitators: Tracey at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon at email@example.com. You can also call 919-907-0579.Register Now