Reflexology Association of America
Serving the profession since 1995
What is Reflexology?
Reflexology, as a manual practice, consists of working with specific finger, thumb, and hand techniques, applied to specific reflex areas to stimulate the complex neural pathways linking body systems, supporting the body's efforts to function optimally. The traditional practice of reflexology primarily focuses on the theory of reflex maps and their representation on the feet, hands and outer ears.
Whether you're a practicing professional or a reflexology student, joining RAA provides opportunities to learn the practice, network with other reflexologists, and improve your business skills.
Where Can I Find a Reflexologist?
Reflexologists can be found in all 50 states. RAA exists to provide standards and ethics for our members, as well as connect potential clients to practitioners. Click the button below to search our directory of Professional Members and Reflexology Schools.
How Do I Become a Reflexologist?
You go to school to become a reflexologist. But first ask yourself what you plan to do with your reflexology education and skills. Do you want to provide a relaxing reflexology session to friends and family at no cost? Or do you want to open a clinical practice and charge for your services?