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The Reflexology Association of America has been serving the needs of its members since 1995 when forward thinking leaders came together to form a non-profit member association dedicated to unifying all reflexologists for the recognition, excellence and professional strength of Reflexology.
People often ask if there are any evidence-based studies to substantiate the claims clients make of reflexology. There are hundreds. Most studies investigate whether or not reflexology has a positive effect on specific health challenges. Studies that explore the mechanism or … [read more]
The Reflexology Association of America (RAA) began to take form when board members of the American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB) recognized, through the new certification process, that most reflexologists across the country felt a need for a national membership … [read more]
To qualify as a Professional member, practitioners must have a minimum of 300 hours of reflexology training, 60% of which must have been taken in a live classroom setting. The Reflexology Association of America encourages, but does not require, professional members to acquire … [read more]