Reflexology Schools Accreditation
Reflexology accreditation in the United States is available through the American Commission for Accreditation of Reflexology Education and Training (ACARET). The accreditation levels they offer are at the curriculum or school level and at the individual reflexology educator level.
Getting Accredited in Reflexology
In order to become accredited in reflexology under the A.C.A.R.E.T. an individual must six requirements:
- High School or GED (Equivalency accepted)
- American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB) certification
- Three years or more of experience professionally practicing reflexology with a minimum of 365 practicing hours
- Minimum of 150 hours of reflexology teaching experience in the past two years, which can be broken down into:
- 120 hours of teaching specific reflexology courses
- 30 hours of teaching in non-reflexology specific areas
- You will also need full documentation from the schools or institutions you taught at, including a letter of verification
- Minimum of 150 hours of Physiology and Anatomy Studies which can be applied from online or distance education providers
See the full requirements details from the American Commission for Accreditation of Reflexology Education and Training here.
American Accredited Reflexology Instructor List
Corinne Corcoran, Ph.D.
Lourdes Wellness Center
Mary Ann Chirichella
Lynn Gray, CMA
Judith Morey, RN, NBCR, ND
Reflexology Association of Ohio (RAO)
Deborah Hitt, President
P. O. Box 20384
Dayton, OHU 45420
Jay Vanden Heuvel