For those who wish to study Reflexology, train and obtain certification, the following list is provided as a public service. RAC does not accredit schools, instructors, or curricula and is not making a recommendations or endorsement of any program. Please check out any program that interests you thoroughly before registering and paying for training. For further information on the legalities of practising Reflexology in California, see our Legislation page, our FAQ page and consult your city or county.

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Where to Study Reflexology

International Institute of Reflexology and
Western Regional Office of the International Institute of Reflexology
Teaching the original Ingham Method®, a 200-hour certification program, plus workshops and Continuing Education credits.
American Academy of Reflexology
Prestigious institution directed by Bill Flocco, offering many workshops and Continuing Education credits, as well as several books on Reflexology for sale.
Vitality College of Healing Arts
Offers a 100-hour Reflexology course.

Other Resources

American Reflexology Certification Board
ARCB is a non-profit certifying agency which exists to protect the public and promote Reflexology through certification of those Reflexologists who practice on a professional basis and choose to be certified as meeting basic national standards.
The ARCB is the only certifying agency recognized by the Reflexology Association of America.
International Council of Reflexologists
The ICR promotes the study and exchange of the knowledge and art of Reflexology via quarterly newsletters and conferences. Membership in the International Council of Reflexologists is open to all Reflexologists, associations, educational institutions and teachers throughout the world.
Linda Chollar, Reflexology Mentor
Business coaching and marketing strategies for a holistic health business including Webinars, Ecourses, HomeStudy, and Live Telephone Coaching.
New Frontier Publishing
Books on Reflexology by author, editor, Reflexologist, international lecturer and conference organizer, Christine Issel.
National Council for Reflexology Educators
NCRE emerged in January of 2016 with the intention of supporting the needs of educators by offering educational resources, forums, conferences, online training and a voice at legislative proceedings.

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