124 Sweet Water Cr. Richmond Hill ON L4S 2B4 CA
For class dates on the courses listed below please see the Events and Course Calendar page.
N101 Foot Reflexology Certification Course
(in partnership with the Ontario College of Reflexology)
This course provides the basics of foot reflexology including theoretical and practical aspects. For a syllabus click here:
N201 Hand Reflexology Certification Course
(in partnership with the Ontario College of Reflexology - prerequisite of N101 required or proof of certification in foot reflexology from another school)
This course provides the basics of hand reflexology including theoretical and practical aspects.
For a syllabus click here:
Continuing Education for Reflexologists and Aromatherapists
New!! Facial AcuZone Reflexology™ (FAZR)
Facial AcuZone reflexology developed by Sue Todd is tne newest of the high quality continuing education that Sue offers. It is a combination of Chinese Acupressure points, Indian marma points, muscular massage and lymphatic drainage. This is a jam packed two and a half day certificate course that will teach the reflexologist about the head and neck and will bring a new modality to your reflexology clients. For more information contact [email protected]
Recognized by the Reflexology Association of Canada and eligible for 20 CEU's.
In 2013 Facial AcuZone Reflexology was recognized by the Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists as a Continuing Education program worth 12 CEU's. It is a wonderful adjunct to an aromatherapy facial.
Reflexology with Hot Stones (now available by correspondence, see the shopping page!)
Reflexology with Hot Stones is a one day program that teaches the reflexologist how to incorporate the use of hot stones into a reflexology session. This is a two step program.
Step one includes one day of classroom attendance. The theory of Reflexology with Hot Stones and practical techniques will be demonstrated and practiced. Students will give and receive a reflexology with hot stones session.
Step two includes the completion of a written test and 5 session studies. This will be assigned as an independent practicum. A minimum mark of 80% is required to pass the written test.
Click on syllabus for information on this program.
Recognized by the Reflexology Association of Canada and eligible for 10 CEU's.
Advanced Clinical Assessment of the Reflexology Client (ACARC)
This is a certificate correspondence course (through the Ontario College of Reflexology) available to any reflexologist who has graduated from a foot reflexology program.
This course is recognized as continuing education with:
The Ontario College of Reflexology
The Nova Scotia Association of Reflexology Professionals
The Reflexology Association of Canada (20 CEU's)
Click on the link below to view the syllabus for ACARC.
To purchase the text separately go to the shopping page on this site.
Supplementary Techniques in Reflexology (STIR)
This one day seminar will provide the graduate reflexologist with supplemental techniques in reflexology that they can incorporate into their practice. The additional techniques will assist the reflexologist in individualizing their sessions to better assist their clients.
Next course date: see Calendar of events page
Click on the link below to view the syllabus for STIR
For any questions about the above programs please contact:
Reading Between the Lines and Zones (Assessing Visual Cues on the Feet)
This is a one day seminar designed to teach the reflexologist how to read the cues on the feet that may signify physical imbalances in the body and corresponding reflexes.
To download the syllabus click here.
For more information please contact [email protected]