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Reflexology Courses

Reflexology Courses

If you’re interested in learning more about Reflexology and perhaps how to do it properly then you may want to look at a reflexology course. You have a choice of in person seminars or online courses. Obviously, a person to person course is preferable because you can get hands on training. But, if you don’t live near a seminar location or don’t have the money for it then an online course can be beneficial. Most are video courses so you can see what is done and how it is performed.

Online courses can cost from $40+ to nearly $1000. It might be best to try an introductory course to begin with just to make sure it is something you want to pursue. A beginner’s course will cover subjects such as:

  • The definition of reflexology.
  • The basics of human anatomy as they relate to reflexology techniques.
  • How to use reflexology charts.
  • The zones and reflexology techniques.
  • Reflexology for common ailments.
  • Basic hand reflexology.
  • Basic foot reflexology.
  • Various approaches to reflexology.
  • Hot to set up a reflexology session.
  • The basic practice of reflexology

There are quite a number of schools offering reflexology courses online. A quick search and you should be able to find quite a few that will fit your needs. Some offer basic reflexology as well as certification courses and “masters” reflexology courses. You will also find courses on hand and ear reflexology.

You may also want to search for seminars in your area. On top of the basic seminars you can find others on Meridian Therapy, Qi healing, Reiki healing, acupressure and other related practices.

Reflexology Training

Reflexology Training

So, you’d like to become a reflexologist.


  • What kind of training is required?
  • What courses or schools are available?
  • Is there online training?
  • What are the State or Federal requirements to become a Reflexologist?

There are many questions to answer before diving in. Here we will look at what is required to become a Reflexologist. Afterall, you can’t just hang a sign on your door that says “Reflexologist and wait for the customers to pour in.

Reflexology is really a form of massage therapy and each State has its different rules and regulations. Most States or cities require some amount of training. As an example, in Los Angeles California you are rquired to have 100 hours of massage training and a test is required. You may walso be required to undergo a venereal disease and AIDS test. Alabama requires 650 hours of education as well as passing a written exam. Utah, Vermont and Virginia have no requirements. So, you’ll need to check with your particular State and City to determine exactly what is required. Even if your State has no requirements you’ll surely want to get some training in order to perform your practice properly and professionally. Take a look at our article on Reflexology courses to learn where you can get that training.

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