Reflexology Classes

How can I sign up for classes?

You may register by mail or by phone. We accept cash, checks and credit or debit cards. For more information please go to Sign Up for Class. We do not have online payment available at this time.


It is your responsibility to contact us by phone if you must cancel a class reservation. Emailed requests will NOT be accepted.

Cancellations made:

  •  8-14 days before class will be subject to a $50 fee. The remaining $50 of your deposit may be transferred to a future class of your choice
  • within 7 days of class—the entire deposit will be forfeited
  •  with less than 24 hours notice or failure to attend class—you will forfeit the entire class fee. You will receive an invoice for any balance due, which must be paid in full prior to your next class.

Am I eligible to take classes?

To enroll in the Reflexology Diploma Program students must sign an Enrollment Agreement and be at least 16 years of age. A written parental consent form is required for students under 18 years of age, as well as approval by the Director. Level II students must have previous college-level anatomy and physiology classes during their professional training, as well as experience with documentation and proof of professional licensing.

We strongly recommend that you purchase student liability insurance prior to taking any hands-on continuing education class. For more information please visit Professional Links.

What do I do in case of bad weather the day of class?

Please call us at 206.284.8389 as soon as you know you can’t make it. For information about cancellation policies please visit our financial policies page at financial-policies/.

What happens if I can’t make it to class?

Please call us at 206.284.8389 as soon as you know you can’t make it. For information about cancellation policies please visit our financial policies page at financial-policies/.

What do I need to bring?

We will send an itinerary prior to each class, giving you any specifics for the class. At the class we will provide a handout and will have massage tables set up. We will supply lotion, but you may use your own scent-free lotion.

BRING a fingernail file, a bath towel, and a pen and paper. If you would like a blanket or pillow, please bring your own. If you would like to have a water bottle with you during class, please bring one.

We suggest wearing loose, layered clothes to class so that you will find your own comfort level with the temperature in the classroom.


What is Workforce Training and Education Board?

Workforce Training & Education Board is a Washington State Agency that regulates adult vocational education. Our classes are regulated by this Board. Seattle Reflexology & Massage Center is licensed under Chapter 28C.10RCW. Inquiries or complaints regarding this private vocational school may be made to: Workforce Board at 128-10th Ave. SW, Box 43105, Olympia, WA 98504 – Phone: 360-753-5662 – Web: wtb.wa.gov.

What are Washington State and NCBTMB CE requirements?

Reflexology Certification in Washington State

As of July 1, 2013, in order to practice reflexology in Washington State, reflexologists must either be certified by the Department of Health or licensed as a massage therapist.  In order to claim the title of Certified Reflexologist, massage therapists must become certified by Washington State Department of Health.  For more information about recent legal developments in reflexology certification in Washington State please visit  /law/.  For an application to become certified, click the following link to the Department of Health website:  ApplicationsandForms.aspx.

Continuing Education in Washington State for Massage Practitioners

Washington State Board of Massage will accept Continuing Education hours earned through Seattle Reflexology. Please visit http://www.doh.wa.gov/hsqa/professions/Massage_Therapy/faq.htm#q16 for more information.

Continuing Education with NCBTMB for Massage Practitioners

NCBTMB will accept Continuing Education hours from non-NCBTMB Instructors and Schools. Please see http://www.ncbtmb.org/recertification.php for more information on the accepted distribution of your hours.

What are some options for lodging and food during class?

Seattle Reflexology & Massage Center is located in the heart of the Queen Anne district in Seattle. There are a number of hotels and restaurants in the area. The closest hotel is the Mediterranean Inn: http://www.mediterranean-inn.com/, which is next door to our building. Inn at Queen Anne is also nearby: http://www.innatqueenanne.com/, as is the Marqueen:http://www.marqueen.com/.

In general you will have an hour for lunch. During that time you can walk to a variety of local food establishments or eat your packed lunch in the classroom.

Where are the classroom locations?

Most of our classes are held at our facility in Queen Anne — go here for location and directions. 

Occasionally we hold an class off-site at Everest Massage School, which is located at 2111 N. Northgate Way, 3rd Floor, Seattle, WA 98133. For more information check out http://www.everest.edu/campus/seattle.  If you need a hotel during a class held at Everest, we recommend the Hotel Nexus across the street: http://www.hotelnexusseattle.com.

Further details about Everest College

Enter the Everest College parking lot from the N Northgate Way entrance. Park in the lower level garage marked “Employee Parking”. Choose any spot labeled “Everest College” or “Ashmead College”. Take the elevator (located in the brick square structure in the middle of the parking lot) to the 3rd floor.

If the upper lot is full, park in the upper level marked “Visitor Parking”. If you park here or if you ride the bus, enter the building from the front (along Northgate Way). Walk down the stairs and take the elevator to the 3rd floor.

Food options:

Teriyaki Plus, Grill Xpress and Saffron Grill are located across from Everest College
Stanford’s, Azteca, and California Pizza Kitchen are located at 401 NE Northgate Way (at Northgate Mall), on the other side of I-5 by a block, and on the right

Masala – Indian Cuisine and IndoCafe are located past the Northgate Mall by 1-2 blocks, and on the right.

Please call us at 206.284.8389 or email us at seattlereflexology@gmail.com if you have questions about the class location.

This school is licensed under Chapter 28C.10RCW.
Inquiries or complaints regarding this private vocational school may be made to: Workforce Board,
128-10th Ave. SW, Box 43105, Olympia, WA 98504 - Phone: 360-709-4600 - Web: wtb.wa.gov

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