300-Hour Reflexology Certificate Course 2018-05-14T13:06:45+00:00

300-Hour Reflexology Certificate Course

Study Reflexology with Amy Kreydin! Whether you wish to explore this modality and how it can support you and your family’s wellness goals, you want to expand your offerings as a massage therapist or acupuncturist, or you’d like to jump into a career in the healing arts this program will support you at each step along the way.

In this Professional Reflexology Certificate course students are prepared for a career as a Reflexologist. Classes are taught using a combination of live and recorded lectures, live and recorded audiovisual slide presentations, live demonstration and return-demonstration of practicum techniques, and live clinic labs.

About the Modality

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.

Course Outline

The 300-Hour Reflexology Certificate course is broken down into six, 32-hour modules.

This course meets the education standards set forth by the American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB) and the Reflexology Association of America (RAA).

ARCB requires 110 classroom hours, this course offers 126
RAA requires 180 live hours, this course offers 184

Independent study hours: 36
Live study hours: 184
Supervised clinic hours: 30
Documented sessions: 80
Total: 300 hours


Module One – Introduction to Reflexology

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.

Introduction to Reflexology features 24 hours independent study and 8 hours of in-studio practicum.


Module Two – Reflexology in Practice

32 hour module covering anatomy and physiology and reflexology approaches to the following body systems: the body, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular.

Module Two – Reflexology in Practice features 16 hours of live-streaming anatomy and physiology and 16 hours of in-studio practicum.

Prerequisite: Module One


Module Three – Reflexology in Practice Continued

32 hour module covering anatomy and physiology and reflexology approaches to the following body systems: sensory, respiratory, endocrine, lymphatic, digestive, urinary.

Reflexology in Practice Continued features 16 hours of live-streaming anatomy and physiology and 16 hours of in-studio practicum.

Prerequisite: Modules One and Two


Module Four – Reproduction

32 hour module covering the reproductive system, fertility, pregnancy, labor and delivery, postpartum, and pediatrics.

Reproduction consists of live, in-studio hours:

  • Reproductive System (4 hours)
  • Fertility (4 hours)
  • Pregnancy (4 hours)
  • Labor & Delivery (4 hours)
  • Postpartum (4 hours)
  • Pediatrics (4 hours)
  • Supervised Practice Clinic (8 hours)

Prerequisite: Modules One and Two


Module Five – Advanced Techniques

32 hour module introducing students to hand reflexology, ear reflexology, and reflexology-specific tool work.

Advanced Techniques consists of live, in-studio hours:

  • Hand Reflexology Level One (4 hours)
  • Hand Reflexology Level Two (4 hours)
  • Ear Reflexology Level One (4 hours)
  • Ear Reflexology Level Two (4 hours)
  • Hot Stone Reflexology (4 hours)
  • Hand & Foot Spa (4 hours)
  • Eastern Reflexology Level One (4 hours
  • Eastern Reflexology Level Two (4 hours)

Prerequisite: Modules One, Two, and Three


Module Six – Preparing for Practice

32 hour module covering session documentation, practitioner self-care, writing a wellness plan, business practice, business planning, holistic health consulting, sanitation and hygiene.

Module Six is broken down into the following sub-classes:

  • Reflexology Session Documentation Level One (4 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Introduction to Reflexology
  • Sanitation & Hygiene (4 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Introduction to Reflexology
  • Holistic Health Consulting & Creating a Wellness Plan (8 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Modules One through Four
  • Practitioner Self-Care (2 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Introduction to Reflexology
  • Business Planning (4 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Modules One through Four
  • Reflexology Session Documentation Level Two (4 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Modules One through Four
  • Research Hacks Every Wellness Practitioner Should Know (1 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Introduction to Reflexology
  • Allied Health Practitioners (1 hours) – it is recommended to take this class after you complete Modules One through Four

Supervised Practicum Clinics

Twenty-two hours of practicum clinics allow students to bring in a friend to practice on with supervision from the instructor.


Private Tutoring Sessions

Two hours of private tutoring with Amy to help develop technique, and ask questions. It is recommended to schedule the first tutorial session after gaining some practicum experience and the second tutorial session after module three is completed.


Introduction to Aromatherapy for Reflexologists

In this 16-hour class students will explore the art of aromatic therapies and their role in the Reflexology practice. Students will formulate antimicrobial sprays for sanitation and cleanliness in the treatment room. Students will formulate room diffuser and topical formulations to enhance Reflexology sessions. Students will develop aromatic wellness plans for common complaints seen in the Reflexology practice. This introductory course does not qualify a practitioner in aromatherapy, students will explore and discuss the requirements to practice as an aromatherapist should they wish to further their education.

Prerequisite: a minimum of 20 hours of Reflexology studies.


Documented Sessions

Students will document 80 Reflexology sessions towards their certification.


Reflexology Session Documentation – Level One

July 17 @ 8:00 am - July 26 @ 10:00 am

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