In this 2-hour webinar, we will explore the complex connections within the neurological system to help better understand how to tend to our client’s experience of pain. Students will learn how the brain receives, processes, stores, and interprets pain; and the reflexology points, areas, and techniques to address various pain types. Students will learn to address muscular, inflammatory, diabetic, peripheral, radicular, functional, … [Read more...]
The Reflexology Association of America requires that Professional members have at least 300 hours of initial training in reflexology, 60% (180 hours) of which must have been acquired in a live classroom with instructor interaction.
Although continuing education is not required to maintain membership, RAA encourages its members to continue their learning in all aspects of running a successful reflexology practice. The opportunities listed here on the Live and Distance Events/Classes pages are a good place to start.
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