Integrative Reflexology Certification

March 16, 2019

March 18, 2019

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

557 Narrows Rd, Tazewell, TN, USA




Event Description

“This has been not only an extraordinary learning experience but a space for transformation to occur.  For anyone interested in reflexology this class is a must!”  2016 participant from Washington, DC

Course includes EXPANDED 150+ page manual with charts!

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 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 sessionAn integrative reflexology approach with an easy to learn protocol
  • 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.


Tracey J. Moon, LMBT & Sharon Nash, MA


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More than just a foot massage, reflexology follows a map of reflex points on the feet, hands and ears that correspond to the body’s organ systems. Practitioners apply pressure to the reflex points to promote wellbeing in those body systems. Some forms of the modality also teach assessment of a client’s feet, hands, face and ears to judge overall health.

Reflexology continuing education is often split into hand, feet and ear units that can be taken separately. Brief courses will discuss how to incorporate basic techniques into spa massage while specialty training delves into the Chinese medicine basis of the practice, how to address client complaints like headaches and how to use hot stones and other tools in your sessions.