Posted by Mary on July 24, 2000 at 13:05:50:
In Reply to: Re: Reflexology Certification posted by Jan Rosenstreich on March 16, 1999 at 23:46:33:
I am wondering if you can help me with a few questions that I have. First of all I am wondering if a person can be certifed for reflexology only. Second, the person who will be teaching me relfexology is internationaly certified for a lot of things including reflexology. Can you tell me who to contact in the state of Montana to find out information about this?
Thank you in advance for any help that you can give. Mary
: : >>THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. I HAVE BEEN RESEARCHING A FEW OF THE SCHOOLS, AND HAVE DECIDED TO GO WITH A NEW JERSEY CERT. SINCE NY IS A LONG DRIVE, AND HAVE FOUND A FEW MASSAGE THERAPY SCHOOLS WHICH TEACH REFLEXOLOGY IN THEIR CURRICULUM. IT'S TOUGH DECIDING ON A SCHOOL, AND NOT KNOWING WHICH ONES HAVE THE BETTER INSTRUCTORS AND CLASSES, ETC. SO FAR, HEALING HANDS INSTITUTE IN WESTWOOD SEEMS DECENT.
: : AGAIN, THANKS FOR RESPONDING.
: Make sure they give comprehensive Reflexology training in their curriculum and not just a few hours or a day. Many massage schools offer only a few hours of Reflexology training with their hundreds of hours of massage training. One noteable exception was that I received some of my training at a massage school. They had a separate Reflexology program.
: I know from exerience since I had been called in to teach reflexology to a group of massage school students. The reflexology training they had received to that point was almost non-existent. I frequently have massage therapists in my classes and they confirm how little reflexology training they received during their program.
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