Elective Classes


Elective classes may be taken as continuing education, as elective credits for the Reflexology Diploma Program, or on their own. Most classes offer Continuing Education credits for ARCB and Washington State massage therapists. Please read course descriptions for prerequisite requirements.

We offer early bird registration pricing on our classes—registration deadlines are listed below. Please note that certain elective classes have a registration requirement of 30 or more days for early bird pricing, and that the early bird deposit for international instructors is non-refundable.

January

Reflexology Approaches for Acupuncturists  Learn techniques to integrate the two powerful modalities of acupuncture and reflexology to amplify healing.  Karen Kraft (EAMP, RF) will share techniques and insights into the overlay of these two systems and how to elegantly integrate them into practice.   This class is designed for acupuncturists and acupuncture students who have taken the Introduction to Reflexology class as a prerequisite course.  Sat 9 am—5 pm (6.5 NCCAOM PDA credits; 7 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology
Jan 27  $170 ($190 after Jan 12)
***THIS CLASS WAS RESCHEDULED TO OCTOBER 20, 2018 DUE TO FLU***

February

Dr. Jesus Manzanares will be coming to Seattle from Barcelona, Spain to teach a three-day intensive course. Dr. Manzanares was the first researcher to conduct a scientific study undertaking to determine the content of the “deposits” reflexologists found in the feet (access several of his scientific studies on reflexology here). Take your techniques to a new level with this evidence-based neuro-physiological approach to the work, as presented by a general practice physician (since 1982), reflexologist and homeopath. Over the past 40 years Dr. Manzanares has conducted reflexology research and studies on thousands of patients with the intent to determine precise mapping of the reflexes and clinical techniques and protocols for specific conditions and pathologies. Exclusively developed for the reflexology professional by an integrative medicine physician and researcher, this cutting-edge training is unique compared to traditional reflexology education. He will cover detailed mapping of over 30 reflex locations, effective pressure, appropriate duration of work and frequency of sessions, as well as contraindications. His research presents the “theoretical foot” found in the 74 most common pathologies that the doctor sees in his daily practice. This course is open to all health practitioners, wellness professionals and educators interested in contemporary science-based education in reflexology from an advanced, clinical perspective. Send your deposit early to hold your place in this very popular class, as it will fill early! Early bird pricing ends November 30, 2017. Visit manzanaresmethod for more information.  Fri, Sat & Sun 9 am—5 pm (21 credits for ARCB and for WA LMTs)

Dr. Manzanares Reflexologic Method™
A Science-Based Course for the Reflexology Professional

Day 1: Neurophysiological bases of reflexology
Day 2: Landmarks in foot reflexology locations
Day 3: Skills for analysis of deposits

PREREQUISITES:  Introduction to Reflexology
February 9-11

Early registration (ends Nov 30, 2017; $100 early bird deposit is non-refundable)
New students: $570
Returning students: $480 ($160 per day)

Late registration (Dec 1, 2017 and later)
New students: $630
Returning students: $600 ($200 per day)

March

Energy Awareness & Reflexology In this very special class, Neil McNeill will share concepts of energy awareness and its use in your practice of reflexology. Including descriptions of energy through the lenses of both spirituality and science, this class will offer a chance to personally experience and more deeply understand energy, as well as how to sense and direct it. You will also learn basic grounding and shielding techniques. Sun 9 am—4 pm (6 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  Introduction to Reflexology
March 4  $160 ($180 after Feb 16)

Anatomy & Physiology Review is an elective class taught by Bethany Jorgenson, designed to help you to retain and synthesize the information you learned in your Introduction Anatomy & Physiology classes. Students taking the ARCB exam have said this class is very helpful to take right before the test.  Sun 9 am—6 pm (8 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None.
Mar 17 (also offered Aug 25)  $190 ($210 after Mar 2)

Holistic Approaches to Communication  In this class, Bethany Jorgensen provides students with techniques to introduce mindfulness practices into their client interactions around listening, clarifying intention and boundary setting with clients.  Sun 9 am—6 pm (8 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  None
March 18 $190 ($210 after March 3)

April

Peter Lund Frandsen of Touchpoint (Denmark)
Frontier Biology
  This 3 hour lecture on energy medicine and cell communication will give you a new view of the world! In a time when results from biology, energy medicine and consciousness research are pouring in at a breathtaking pace, it can be an overwhelming task to stay updated and find out what it all means. In this lecture Peter Lund Frandsen will help us do just that. He will explore the implications of old and new research from multiple fields of natural sciences and show how in combining these findings, a new broader view of biology is emerging. Experiments from the very frontier of science hint at the existence of subtle energy. An energy form following rules, which break our common view of nature and life. Could it be that our conception of a body delimited by the skin is an artifact only constructed by the limitations of our available senses? Every single known and measurable energy form is also being used for communication between our body cells – light (biophotons), mechanical energy (push, pull, sound) in connective tissue and electrical energy (which is not only found in nerves, but everywhere in the body). Is energy more important than matter? All energies form wave patterns, vibrations with a certain rhythm. When these rhythms cooperate, when they sync, they amplify each other and keep all the body’s molecules and parts in place. Rhythms tend to synchronize to the strongest rhythm. This is where the heart plays a large role as the “body metronome”. Did you know that the rhythmical pulsation in the heart meridian (7.8 oscillations per second) is exactly equal to the fluctuations in the earth’s magnetic field (Schumann resonance)? Innermost in our discussion stands the fact that consciousness, both individually and collectively, is inseparably combined with nature’s smallest building blocks. Do conscious beings’ thought patterns directly influence our world and everything in it? This lecture will tie the “New Biology” to new ways in which we may be able to explain the working mechanisms of many healing modalities, and on a larger scale to begin to understand ourselves as indivisible parts of a conscious universe. The event will be delivered in a lively format, with lots of illustrations, video clips and small exercises. Read more at frontierbiology.com. Thurs 6—9 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None. Open to the public.
Apr 12 $85

Dorthe Krogsgaard and Peter Lund Frandsen of Touchpoint (DenmarkAs always with the Round About class series, you will enjoy two talented and highly experienced instructors for the price of one. The benefit here is great: the amount of individual guidance each student receives is considerable, enabling more proficient use of each technique by the end of class.
Round About:  The Arm & Hand
For reflexologists, the arms and hands are of special interest. Not only do many people suffer from problems in the arm, elbow, wrist and hands, but being the hands-on modality that reflexology is, knowledge about this area and self-care techniques are crucial for good therapeutic results and a long, healthy career!

Headlines in this workshop

  • “mouse arm”, tennis and golf elbow
  • tenosynovitis
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • palpation and testing procedures
  • nerve impingement in the “3 thoracic gates” – thoracic outlet syndrome
  • gentle manipulation of elbow and wrist
  • segmental innervation of the arms
  • nerve reflexology for arm nerves
  • alternative foot reflexes
  • selected trigger points
  • self-help massage of hands, forearms and elbows
  • gentle-on-the-fingers reflexology techniques
  • work place ergonomics
  • analysis and correction of sitting posture

Theory will be combined with lots of practical hands-on timeAn extensive fully illustrated workbook is included with the workshop. More information is available here or at touchpoint.dk.  Thurs & Fri 9 am—5 pm (14 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology
April 12-13  $375 ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $415 after March 15)

Tax Tips for Reflexologists “Sometimes owning a small business can seem so overwhelming! It seems that, no matter how hard I work, I still feel so tax poor!” In this class, instructor Pam Foster will examine the tricks and tips to have your business work for you…and all of this is LEGAL! Come and increase your knowledge and understanding of optimizing your business deductions and reducing your tax burden.  Sun 2—5 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  None
April 22 (also offered Oct 28) $75 ($95 after Apr 7)

June

ARCB Review Session is a four-hour study group led by Christine Freeland. These four hours are dedicated to helping you train for taking the upcoming ARCB exam (required for Washington state Reflexology Certification). Students who’ve taken this class report that it was a great help in preparing for the upcoming ARCB test (read this great class review).  Sun 9 am—1 pm (4 hours – not for credit)
PREREQUISITES: None.
June 10 (also offered Sept 16) $70

July

Achieving Natural Foot Health  Dr. Ray McClanahan is a podiatrist from Portland who really knows a lot about how to help his clients find the root cause of their foot travails in order to avoid surgery and orthotics. He will be in Seattle in July to teach an 8 hour class! Here is his class description:  An in-depth exploration of a proven methodology for pursuing and maintaining natural foot health, including the identification of impediments associated with this pursuit. For information about Dr. Ray and his work visit nwfootankle.com. Sat 9 am—6 pm (8 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None
Jul 28 $235 ($255 after Jul 13)

August

Anatomy & Physiology Review is an elective class taught by Bethany Jorgenson, designed to help you to retain and synthesize the information you learned in your Introduction Anatomy & Physiology classes. Students taking the ARCB exam have said this class is very helpful to take right before the test.  Sun 9 am—6 pm (8 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None.
August 25 (also offered Mar 17)  $190 ($210 after Aug 10)

September

Nico Pauly and Griet Rondel (Belgium)
The Stress-Response: A Sympathetic Nervous System, Hormonal and Immune Challenge
  The stress-response in humans is for a great part embedded in the “arousal” function in the nervous system. “Arousal” stays for the grade of conscious and non-conscious alertness in states of challenge, danger and pain. In more “older” terms of nervous function, arousal belongs to the structures and pathways of the “limbic system”.  While the limbic system restricts to the unconscious part of the brain under the cortex, in today’s neurophysiology the arousal function includes autonomic inputs in the brain and responses over a large part of the cortical and subcortical functions. On the other hand: the immune system plays an important role in the stress-response as it must fight inflammation caused by the nervous and hormonal actions. In this workshop, Nico Pauly and Griet Rondel will cover the compact and necessary knowledge around the arousal system and couple it to a practical work-out, embedded in a Manual Neurotherapy-Nerve Reflexology (MNT-NR) concept on stress and pain. An extensive hand-out and a copy of the powerpoint is included in this workshop. You can read more on this concept at MNT-NR InternationalAfter hearing about Nico Pauly and his potent Nerve Reflexology techniques from Dorthe Krogsgaard and Peter Lund Frandsen over the years, we are thrilled to be able to welcome him and his class to Seattle in 2018!  Mon—Tues 9 am—5 pm (14 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)

Headlines of this workshop are:

  • Overview of the arousal system,
  • The “selfish” immune system versus the “selfish” nervous system,
  • Working with Nerve Reflexology -techniques on the nervous and hormonal pathways,
  • Working with Manual Neurotherapy -techniques on somatic and autonomic structures,
  • Combining MNT-NR techniques with foot-zone reflexology.

PREREQUISITES:  Introduction to Reflexology
September 10-11 $375 ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $415 after Aug 10)

ARCB Review Session is a four-hour study group led by Christine Freeland. These four hours are dedicated to helping you train for taking the upcoming ARCB exam (required for Washington state Reflexology Certification). Students who’ve taken this class report that it was a great help in preparing for the upcoming ARCB test (read this great class review). Sun, 9 am—1 pm (4 hours – not for credit)
PREREQUISITES: None.
September 16 (also offered June 10) $70

October

Reflexology Approaches for Acupuncturists  Learn techniques to integrate the two powerful modalities of acupuncture and reflexology to amplify healing.  Karen Kraft (EAMP, RF) will share techniques and insights into the overlay of these two systems and how to elegantly integrate them into practice.   This class is designed for acupuncturists and acupuncture students who have taken the Introduction to Reflexology class as a prerequisite course.  Sat 9 am—5 pm (6.5 NCCAOM PDA credits; 7 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology
October 20  $170 ($190 after Oct 4)

Tax Tips for Reflexologists “Sometimes owning a small business can seem so overwhelming! It seems that, no matter how hard I work, I still feel so tax poor!” In this class, instructor Pam Foster will examine the tricks and tips to have your business work for you…and all of this is LEGAL! Come and increase your knowledge and understanding of optimizing your business deductions and reducing your tax burden.  Sun 2—5 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  None
October 28 (also offered Apr 22) $75 ($95 after Oct 12)

November

Pain Control & Stress Reduction with Foot, Hand and Ear Reflexology is a course designed by Bill Flocco for everyone from the layperson to the highly experienced reflexology practitioner.  Bill offers ear, hand and foot reflexology techniques to relieve common causes of tension and stress, and indicates which microcosm – feet, hands or ears – is most effective for each of the more than 20 ailments addressed, as well as internal and musculoskeletal parts of the body. This independent class serves as a foundation for the more in-depth class offered over the weekend. Visit americanacademyofreflexology for more details.  Fri 6–9 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB, NCBTMB, ABMP and many states Massage/Reflexology license)
PREREQUISITES: None. Open to the public.
Nov 2 $85

In Musculoskeletal Ear, Hand and Foot Reflexology you will learn how to reflex feet, hands and ears for musculoskeletal issues from the head to the feet and everything in between.  Learn Priority Reflexing:  which microcosm is best for relieving pain for each of twenty nine (29) parts of the body. Also discover Progression Reflexing: what is the best way to progress through the microcosms as you reflex for specific, maximum results. Reflexologists and other professionals will be able to incorporate what is learned into their reflexology and other practices for far greater results and increased income. Most people who take this class and apply what they learn are thrilled at the dramatic increased results they get with their clients. Get far better results by integrating foot, hand and ear reflexology during the same session than reflexing just feet, just hands, or just ears. This is very much a hands-on workshop, designed for both beginning and veteran reflexologists, massage therapists, bodyworkers, and any natural health care practitioner. Don’t miss internationally renowned instructor, author, veteran teacher and leader in the field of reflexology Bill Flocco as he teaches this class in Seattle!  Visit americanacademyofreflexology for more details.  Sat-Sun 9 am—5 pm (14 credits with SRMC, ARCB, NCBTMB, ABMP and many states Massage/Reflexology license)
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology or its equivalent from a hands-on school
Nov 3-4  $325 ($365 after Oct 5; $100 early bird deposit is non-refundable)

The Hidden Power of Reflexology for Chemical Dependency  Chemical dependency is growing in epidemic proportions across every state of the United States of America, as well as overseas. There is an approach that has been successfully used for several decades, that uses reflex locations on the outer ear, to help with chemical dependency issues. The purpose of this course is to help practitioners learn about various types of chemical dependency and the reflex points that have been proven to helpful when applied for chemical dependency issues. These points can be used as a stand alone approach or, preferably, incorporated into a comprehensive approach to chemical dependency. By the end of the class you will be able to discuss what chemical dependency is, list different types of chemical dependency, describe physical, emotional, social related issues, and describe the 30 Year History of the NADA Points for Chemical Dependency. Most importantly, you will perform protocols in an Integrated Ear Hand Foot Reflexology Routine for Chemical Dependency.  This class is great for both the beginning and veteran reflexologist, massage therapists, bodyworkers, and any natural health care practitioner. Visit americanacademyofreflexology for more details. Instructed by renowned instructor, author, veteran teacher and leader in the field of reflexology, Bill Flocco.  Mon 9 am—5 pm (7 credits with SRMC, ARCB, NCBTMB, ABMP and many states Massage/Reflexology license)
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology or its equivalent from a hands-on school
Nov 5  $190 ($230 after Oct 5; $100 early bird deposit is non-refundable)

SPECIAL PRICE WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR BOTH DAYS OF CLASS WITH BILL FLOCCO:
$500 ($540 after Oct 5; $100 early bird deposit is non-refundable)

December

Reflexology for the Hands  In this class, Neil McNeill will help translate the reflexology you’ve been doing on the feet into an application on the hands. Hands are frequently more convenient to work on than the feet—on yourself and others. With the increase in hand-intensive activities such as gaming, computer use and texting, hand reflexology provides a welcome respite for hand tension and overuse. You will learn relaxation techniques and specific reflexology points and for the hands as well as a hand reflexology routine to use on yourself and others.  Sun 9 am—4 pm (6 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  Introduction to Reflexology
December 1 $150 ($170 after Nov 16)

January, 2019

TBA

February, 2019

TBA

March, 2019

TBA

April, 2019

Metamorphosis (an approach to reflexology)  Metamorphosis is a gentle type of reflexology done on feet, hands and head and focusing on the spinal reflexes.  The spine holds our primary patterns that were formed in the prenatal time. Through bringing prenatal imprints into focus the practitioner can assist the client in releasing blocks that are present in their life. In this way people can release the past and come into their full self expression. The work is powerful in that it addresses the root of our problems and assists us in becoming free of limitations connecting us to our true selves.  Instructor Maryejo delMeijer will offer individual sessions outside of class ($TBA/hr).  Sat & Sun 9 am—5 pm (14 credits)
PREREQUISITES: Introductory Reflexology
Apr 13-14  $TBA ($TBA + $40 after Mar 16)

May, 2019

Ayurvedic Reflexology is the dynamic integration of traditional Ayurvedic hand and foot techniques with contemporary reflexology. The philosophy of Ayurveda states that there is no separation between the physical body and the mind. Ayurveda has a spiritual basis, and encourages individuals to embrace healthy spiritual practices. Massage of the feet and hands has a special place within Ayurvedic tradition. Ayurvedic Reflexology is dynamic, easy to apply and can be easily integrated into existing regimes. The direction of energy (prana) flow within the body is respected and followed during the application of Ayurvedic Reflexology. Attendees of this class learn to identify and work vital energy centers known as Marmas. Some of the most important marmas used for healing purposes occur in the limbs. The traditional metal kasa bowl adds a new dimension to the procedure. The Ayurvedic Reflexology techniques are described as “kinder to the (practitioner’s) hands”. Sharon’s workshops are practical (hands-on) in their orientation. They introduce exciting new ways to work the feet and hands. Comprehensive course notes are provided in the form of a course manual. Reflexology knowledge is NOT a prerequisite for attendance, though some bodywork experience is preferred, along with an understanding of the basic Reflexology Fundamentals. For bodyworkers without this knowledge, a short excerpt from the SMART 1 manual provides the required information. Sharon Stathis (coming to us all the way from Brisbane, Australia!) will instruct three classes while she is in Seattle:  SMART 1, SMART 2, and SMART Energy, which will be held over the course of two weekends (SMART stands for the Stathis Method of Ayurvedic Reflexology Therapy). Visit ayurvedicreflexology for more details.  These classes cost half the listed price to review.  Sat & Sun, Fri & Sat 9 am—5 pm (28 total credits)
PREREQUISITES:  bodywork experience; some familiarity with basic reflexology principles
SMART I   Sat & Sun May 4-5  $TBA ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $TBA + $40 after Apr 5)
SMART II   Fri May 10  $TBA ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $TBA + $40 after Apr 11)
SMART Energy   Sat May 11  $TBA ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $TBA + $40 after Apr 11)

SMART 1 Workshop covers the following key techniques:

  • Brief overview of Ayurveda
  • Brief overview of reflexology
  • Prana & marma therapy fundamentals
  • Kasa bowl work for the feet
  • Ayurvedic Reflexology routine for the feet
  • Self-help foot routine
  • Daily Ayurvedic practices for self-care

SMART 2 Workshop covers the following key techniques:

  • Marma therapy for the hands
  • Kasa bowl work for the feet
  • Ayurvedic Reflexology routine for the hands
  • Self-help hand routine

SMART Energy Workshop covers the following key techniques:

  • Energy healing – an overview
  • Ayurveda energy principles
  • Chakras – an overview
  • Balancing the Chakras (using the feet)
  • Marma therapy advanced techniques
  • Balancing the 5 Elements & 3 Doshas

June, 2019

TBA

July, 2019

TBA

August, 2019

TBA

September, 2019

TBA

October, 2019

We are awaiting final confirmation for this next class, but are expecting the details to be as follows:

Peter Lund Frandsen of Touchpoint (Denmark)
Frontier Biology
  This 3 hour lecture on energy medicine and cell communication will give you a new view of the world! In a time when results from biology, energy medicine and consciousness research are pouring in at a breathtaking pace, it can be an overwhelming task to stay updated and find out what it all means. In this lecture Peter Lund Frandsen will help us do just that. He will explore the implications of old and new research from multiple fields of natural sciences and show how in combining these findings, a new broader view of biology is emerging. Experiments from the very frontier of science hint at the existence of subtle energy. An energy form following rules, which break our common view of nature and life. Could it be that our conception of a body delimited by the skin is an artifact only constructed by the limitations of our available senses? Every single known and measurable energy form is also being used for communication between our body cells – light (biophotons), mechanical energy (push, pull, sound) in connective tissue and electrical energy (which is not only found in nerves, but everywhere in the body). Is energy more important than matter? All energies form wave patterns, vibrations with a certain rhythm. When these rhythms cooperate, when they sync, they amplify each other and keep all the body’s molecules and parts in place. Rhythms tend to synchronize to the strongest rhythm. This is where the heart plays a large role as the “body metronome”. Did you know that the rhythmical pulsation in the heart meridian (7.8 oscillations per second) is exactly equal to the fluctuations in the earth’s magnetic field (Schumann resonance)? Innermost in our discussion stands the fact that consciousness, both individually and collectively, is inseparably combined with nature’s smallest building blocks. Do conscious beings’ thought patterns directly influence our world and everything in it? This lecture will tie the “New Biology” to new ways in which we may be able to explain the working mechanisms of many healing modalities, and on a larger scale to begin to understand ourselves as indivisible parts of a conscious universe. The event will be delivered in a lively format, with lots of illustrations, video clips and small exercises. Read more at frontierbiology.com. TBA 6—9 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None. Open to the public.
Oct TBA $85

Dorthe Krogsgaard and Peter Lund Frandsen of Touchpoint (DenmarkAs always with the Round About class series, you will enjoy two talented and highly experienced instructors for the price of one. The benefit here is great: the amount of individual guidance each student receives is considerable, enabling more proficient use of each technique by the end of class.
Round About:  Fertility  In Denmark reflexology is the mostly used alternative treatment form, with one in four having consulted a reflexologist. In Danish fertility clinics 75 percent of the patients also have contacts with the complementary field, the majority of whom choose reflexology. Therefore a lot of know-how on treating infertility exists among Danish reflexologists. Every sixth couple experience problems reproducing themselves. In only 35 percent of all infertility cases, conventional medicine is able to identify the underlying cause. In the remaining 65 percent the medical system can not find an explanation for the lacking fertility. Especially within this group, reflexologists are often able to help. Giving both the male and the female body the best possible condition for conceiving a new human being is a great task. It is therefore important to know about the most common causes of infertility, like: The condition of mucous membranes, quality of semen, nutritional status, low metabolism, stress, the iliopsoas and other pelvic muscles, hidden infections, the spine and of course the hormonal system and reproductive organs.
Our aim is to present the newest knowledge within complementary as well as conventional fertility treatments.

Topics include:

  • Common causes for male and female infertility
  • Conventional fertility therapy
  • Infertility and PCO (Poly Cystic Ovaries)
  • The anatomy and physiology of reproduction
  • How does stress influences fertility?
  • What affects semen quality?
  • A complementary view on infertility
  • Role of the psoas muscle
  • Mucous membranes
  • Infections
  • Scars, importance and treatment
  • Treatment intervals
  • Nutrition, vitamins and minerals
  • Reflex areas and points for nerves, musculo-skeletal structures, organs and glands involved with reproduction

In the workshop you will learn techniques from Classical Reflexology, Nordic traditions, Nerve Reflexology, trigger points, tests and exercises. With the workshop comes an extensive fully illustrated manual covering both theory and practice. The workshop will be conducted with a mixture of lecturing, demonstrations and lots of practical hands-on work. More information is available here or at touchpoint.dk.  Wed & Thurs 9 am—5 pm (14 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology
Oct 9-10  $TBA ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $TBA + $40 after Sept 11)

November, 2019

TBA

December, 2019

TBA

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