Reflexology Certification Program

This 207-hour program is designed to fully prepare the student for a successful, thriving career as a Certified Reflexologist. This course is approved by the Washington State DOH Reflexology Board and contains comprehensive information covering all required aspects of theory & practice.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is an ancient science that correlates reflex areas in the feet and hands to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. Reflexology is a form of preventative healthcare. Stimulating these reflexes properly can naturally assist with alleviating many health problems. Doctors and healthcare providers agree that at least 75% of our health challenges can be linked to nervous stress and tension. Reflexology provides soothing relaxation as well as improving nerve and blood circulation, thus helping body systems to normalize. Reflexology should not be confused with massage.

Our 207-hour Reflexology Certification Program covers:

  • Reflexology Theory
  • History
  • Zones
  • Reflex Points and Relaxation Response
  • Contraindications
  • Body Systems related to Reflexology
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Business practice involving ethics, business standards and local/state laws
  • Supervised Clinical Work for increased efficacy

Tuition & Other Expenses:

Registration fee $100 (Non-refundable after five business days)
Tuition $2,800
TOTAL $2,900
Textbooks TBD
New massage table $500 (Approximate), or
Used massage table $250 (Approximate)

Please Note:
Students are required to provide their own sheets.

Payment Options

We offer discounts and flexible payment options, and some tuition assistance to meet student needs. We accept the Montgomery GI Bill under the VA Tuition Program for veterans and their family members who qualify.

Introductory Classes

If you’re considering a career as a Certified Reflexologist or to expand your knowledge and practice in holistic health, join us for our complimentary Introduction to Reflexology classes. Email for more information!