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Certified Reflexology Practitioner

10 Credit Certificate Program (211 in-class/contact hours plus 50 clinical =261 hours)

A Continuing Education Career Program

The above certificate program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.                                   Certificate to be awarded upon successful completion of the program at scheduled graduation dates.


Become a Certified Reflexologist within 4 semesters!

Part-time Evening and Weekend Courses

Program Design

The Academy has designed this career focused training program, to develop a thorough understanding of the human body and the practice of Reflexology on individuals, within a wholistic perspective. The program of study will examine the use of multiple reflex points throughout the body to address the client’s needs.

This will include 5 integrated approaches to Reflexology through the feet, hands, face, head and ears. The 5 regional anatomical approaches to Reflexology enables the practitioner to develop multi-facetted treatment plans. This also provides the practitioner with alternatives and flexibilities, specifically when working with seniors and when treating clients with disabilities, health conditions or in open space environments.

This program of study will also provide a platform of how to use Reflexology techniques in support of other health disciplines, as well as, on an individual therapy basis. This knowledge supports the client’s overall healthcare program, as he/she works towards restoring and maintaining their personal health balance.

The Reflexology Program:

This program of study is presented in a manner that a student can complete the full certificate requirements within 12 months part-time…evenings and weekends. (211 in-class hours)

Reflexology Specialization (6 credits) Weekend Schedules 9:30am to 4:30pm

Reflexology 1      October 5, 6 and 19, 20 2019

Reflexology 2      November 2, 3 and 16, 17

Reflexology 3      January 17, 18 and February 1, 2 2020

Reflexology 4      February 22, 23 and March 7, 8

Reflexology 5      April 4, 5 and 18, 19

Clinical Practicum  -Start after Reflexology 2 January 2020 (53 hours)

Professional Development (4 credits) Evenings and Weekend Schedules

NHP Anatomy & Physiology 1 & 2 (1 credit) Wednesdays 6-8pm Oct 9 to Dec. 18 2019

NHP Anatomy & Physiology 3 & 4 (1 credit) Wednesdays 6-8pm January 8 to March 25 2020

Practical Professional Theory (1/2)-weekend course May 2, 3 2020 9:30 to 4:30

Ethics and the Healthcare Practitioner (1/2 credit)-weekend course May 9, 10 9:30 to 4:30

First Aid – 2 days Spring semester (dates tba) 9 to 5

Regulated Health Professionals are only required to undertake the Reflexology specialization courses.

How do I take this program?

It is important to take the Anatomy & Physiology subjects as the student progresses through  their reflexology training. The understanding of the human body structure, its systems and how it works is vital to a reflexologist’s technical knowledge and practical skills. If this knowledge is acquired in concert with learning the skill development techniques for reflexology, the student will gain an integrated understanding of how a reflexology point or design of a treatment plan will most impact or benefit the human body. The graduate will understand why a particular treatment approach will help to change the body’s condition.

It is recommended the student undertake the commitment to complete the program as designed in the 4 semesters, as all subjects will be offered within 4 consecutive semesters.

A student may take the program one subject at a time, however, this may take a longer period of time, since some subjects are offered once per year. The full program must be completed within 2 years.

Subject selection is to be completed no later than 7 days prior to the start of the semester in order to reserve seating and to assist the Academy to arrange copies of the required class notes or textbook available for your use at the start of the scheduled class.

If the student selects the subject by subject option, pay as you go…a semester registration form must be signed or emailed by the student to the Academy in order to register the student in the requested subject(s), in advance of the semester or subject start-up date.

If the student undertakes to register for the full program of study, then nothing else will be required, as the student will automatically be registered in the scheduled subject.

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