VIRTUAL Foot Reflexology Course
Foot Course Outline:
Foot Course registrants must be 18 years of age and have completed Grade 12.
The Foot Reflexology course is 186.5 hours; 35 – 40 in-class hours (in a format selected by the teacher), 25 hours of a
home study program, a 2-hour written exam, a practicum of 120 hours (60 treatments), 1.5 hour mandatory review
(during the practicum) and a 1.5 hour practical exam.
The objectives of this training are for students to:
– Understand the principles of reflexology;
– Gain an introductory understanding of how the body systems function;
– Learn to map the body to the feet;
– Learn how to stimulate the various reflexes on the foot for a safe, effective therapeutic treatment;
– Upon certification, become a Professional member of Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC) and join the
Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist (RCRT) program.
A. The History and Theory of Reflexology: Covers an historical and theoretical overview and background to
Reflexology, the healing crisis and how it affects the client and the healing process, structure and function of the foot,
how and why it works, zone and neural pathways of the body and terminology.
B. Biomechanics of the Foot and Foot Assessment Techniques: Covers identification of foot conditions, their origins,
and assessment of the overall structure of the foot.
C. Completing a Reflexology Case Study: Covers the client/therapist interview process, review reasons for completing
of a Health Record and documenting a session on a Treatment Record.
D. Anatomy and Physiology: Covers an introduction and explanation of the anatomy and physiology of the systems in
the body, related conditions, and how to locate the reflexes on the foot that correlate to each system. The systems
– The Nervous System
– The Endocrine System
– The Respiratory System
– The Cardiovascular System
– The Digestive System
– The Urinary or Renal System
– The Immune and Lymphatic Systems
– The Reproductive Systems
– The Musculoskeletal System
E. Key Areas of Emphasis for Specific Conditions in Reflexology: Introduces the student to an explanation and
breakdown of each condition and the related systems and reflexes commonly affected within each condition.
REGISTER here to join this course! Deadline July 6.