Professional Reflexology Organizations

 

 

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The Reflexology Association of America (RAA): A national and state affiliated member organization to insure the continued growth of the profession of reflexology. RAA membership is voluntary and open to all professional reflexologists, reflexology schools, students, and others who wish to support the growth of Reflexology in America. RAA is a clearinghouse for information in the field of reflexology and publishes a newsletter to its members.

State Reflexology Associations can be found on the RAA website.  www.reflexology-usa.org.

 


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The American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB): An independent testing agency that  awards national certification for individual reflexology practitioners and assists in setting educational standards and guidelines. The American Reflexology Certification Board is not affiliated with any school or educational program.  It does not accredit schools or instructors, nor endorse any specific curriculum, training program or instructor and is not a membership association.
                             www.arcb.net

 

 

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The International Council of Reflexologists (ICR): An international reflexology organization providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information; convening biennial international conferences; and promoting World Reflexology Week. ICR membership is open to all reflexologists, associations, educational institutions and teachers throughout the world regardless of methodology and
                             techniques. ICR has members in twenty- two countries on six continents.
                             www.icr-reflexology.org