Welcome to the World of Reflexology
Reflexologists – note the changes to Washington law effective July 1, 2013!
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Reflexology is a deeply healing form of bodywork. Its effects on practitioner and client alike are very powerful and far-reaching. Facilitating a sense of deep connection and harmony within the recipient, this ancient art helps individuals become more internally integrated and balanced, enhancing both inner peace and healing potential.
Therapeutic reflexology provides a means to achieve vibrant health, increase energy, reduce pain and live a more dynamic and authentic life. The balance achieved in each person translates vitality and health to the entire community.
As Americans become more educated about reflexology, we are choosing more frequently to include a reflexologist in our team of personal healthcare providers. Reflexology is one of the fastest growing complementary health care modalities in America, facilitating an atmosphere in which individuals can choose from among a set of highly skilled practitioners and reflexologists can have a full, viable practice and a stimulating, rewarding career.
Increased public knowledge and experience of reflexology has brought greater demand for high quality work. We aim to provide high quality reflexology to individuals seeking care as well as exceptional reflexology training to those wishing to become reflexologists.
The carefully designed curriculum of our reflexology program trains students so that they can provide effective and unique sessions that their clients treasure. With four levels of reflexology education, our program accommodates students’ different educational needs and experience.
Because we place great value on diverse, high-caliber educational offerings, we invite cutting-edge instructors and leaders from around the world every year. This year we welcome Dorthe Krogsgaard and Peter Lund Frandsen from Denmark to teach Round About: the Immune System, world-famous author and presenter Bill Flocco for Advanced Ear Reflexology and Lone Sorenson of Denmark for Facial Reflexology.
If you would like to take a class, please click “Sign Up for Class”.
To experience a professional therapeutic reflexology session please click “Make an Appointment” or call 206-284-8389 to set up an appointment.
Thank you. We hope to see you soon!
American Board Certified Reflexologist
Director of Education at Seattle Reflexology & Massage Center