New England Reflexology Training
Kelly Urso is accredited through ACARET as a Qualified Reflexology Instructor. She is approved by NCBTMB with students passing the ARCB national exam! She has extensive experience in the hospital setting with cancer and hospice patients, a private practice and has served as the President of the Reflexology Association of RI. Kelly is now also serving on the board of the National Council of Reflexology Educators.
Choose Your Path
At this time Reflexology is under the unlicensed health care act in RI. Professional training is important and there are different ways to reach educational standards. You may also receive credit for various classes you have already had! Suggested 300 hr program:
Reflexology level 1 - 250hour Foot Certification with 110 in class hours. This class covers history, theory, anatomy and complete hands on practice of foot reflexology. It fulfills requirements to go forward with national certification by ARCB. 13 full training days. Certification with completion of written and practical exam, homework assignments and 70 Internship hours $2350 Next Class to start April 2nd 2020 Thursdays 9-5:30
Are you a LMT? NCBTMB approved for 41 CEU in reflexology 3 Ethics and 3 Business
Hand Reflexology Certification - 100 hr. 40 in class hours. A review of body systems and focus on the reflexes of the hand. 5 Saturdays 9-5:30 $695 Starts April 4th 2020
Advanced Reflexology level 2 - 7.5 in class hours of advanced technique. Learn variations of the "thumb walk" and different methods of working the reflexes. Also tips to save your thumbs! Practice strategies for national testing written and practical $275 Feb 8th 2020
Introduction to ear and face reflexology - 15 in class hours- learn a beginning map of reflexes on the ear and face. Start integrating these deeply relaxing and effective techniques into your practice. (face) and (ear) 8:30-4:30 $145 per day or $275 for both NCBTMB CEU's
February 15th and 29th 2020
Policy and Procedure: Please contact Kelly Urso to register by phone or email. Classes generally run fall and winter. Checks and cash are preferred. Credit card accepted with fee.