Reflexology Certification Course Co-op: Payment for One Student

USD $225.00

The home study assignments provide you with a succinct presentation of human anatomy & physiology that brings more depth to your reflexology knowledge. The advanced training part of the course provides opportunity for you to move your historical knowledge of reflexology forward to professional levels, whether you want to open a professional consulting service or not. Credit Hours: 168; 401: Introduction to Reflexology – 24 Credits; 401A: History and Theory in Reflexology – 24 Credits; 401B: Evaluation of the Feet and Hands – 24 Credits; 401C: Interviewing the Client/Planning the Session – 24 Credits; 401D: Reflexology Techniques – 32 Credits; Reflexology Charts and Usage – 32 Credits; 401E: Su-Jok and Alternate Reflexology Methods – 32 Credits. If you enroll in this class as an individual class then upon completion of the program, you will be awarded a diploma as a Certified Reflexologist (CR). If you are enrolled as a Naturopathic Doctorate student you will receive an ND after you complete all your courses and a certificate of completion for this one. If you are in the ND program and would like to work towards a second degree in this class please register for a Bachelors or Masters Degree upgrade on this page


This listing is for one member of your student co-op to pay for their enrollment.

Our reflexology certification course efficiently take you through a process of learning how to effectively apply the reflexology techniques and become competent in the skills of reflexology. The practicum component supports you to become confident in your ability to understand reflexology. Diploma/Certificate of Completion: Certified Reflexologist (CR)

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