Reflexology is a bodywork technique based on the theory that there are specific reflex points located in the feet and hands that correlate to specific organ/body systems.  When a Reflexologist applies gentle pressure to these specific areas,  one can create balance and homeostasis in the body.  The results vary with the individual client yet can present as relaxation, increased energy, better sleep and decrease in pain, and other symptomatology.

Certification  will include:

  • Overview of the history of Reflexology
  • Basic theories and techniques of Reflexology
  • Relaxation techniques specific reflex points
  • Practical applications and indications
  • A brief review of anatomy and physiology with emphasis on specific body system applications
  • Scope of practice
  • Infection prevention processes for Reflexology practice

Prerequisites: Previous or concurrent completion of Anatomy & Physiology with Pathophysiology OR Licensed Health Professional.


Clinical Reflexology Certification Requirements:

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80 Contact Hours

10 – 3 hour Class Sessions

50 hours Self Paced Learning

Tuition: $525

Additional Certification Requirements – Core Courses:

BUS 101 – Business & Ethics for Holistic Health – 36 Contact Hours – 18 Class / 18 Self-Paced Learning – Tuition: $405

BIO 101 – Anatomy & Physiology / Pathology – 50 Contact Hours – Self-Paced Learning – Tuition: $205

PSY 101 – Human Behavior for Holistic Health – 50 Contact Hours – Self-Paced Learning – Tuition: $205

Note: Licensed Health Professionals and/or Successful College Completion of equivalent courses allows for an exemption of BIO and PSY.

Core courses only need to be taken once and then can be applied to all other IHL Certifications for up to a 3 year period.