Current Classes: 2022


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If you are not already a member of Washington Reflexology Association, please consider joining. In addition to the many perks of membership, WRA offers occasional elective classes. Members will be notified of class opportunities and will get discounts on WRA classes.

Click HERE for descriptions of the classes we most frequently offer.

For the following list of classes, here is the color-key:

  • Seattle Reflexology classes are taught by Lisa Hensell are listed in GREEN.
  • National elective classes are listed in BLUE.
  • International elective classes are listed in RED.

Elective classes are a great way to supplement your initial education. They give you added tools for your practice, further develop your understanding of reflexology as applied to any number of special applications, and spark your inspiration. Most of our classes are eligible for Continuing Education credits with ARCB® for reflexologists and all classes provide CEs for Washington State massage therapists. Please read course descriptions for prerequisite requirements.

We offer early bird registration pricing on our classes. Registration deadlines are listed beneath the class description. Please note that certain classes have a registration requirement of 30 or more days for early bird pricing, and that the early bird tuition for international instructors is non-refundable.

 

Introduction to Reflexology

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Reflexology Association of America’s 2018 National Education Award recipient, Lisa Hensell. Credits from this class apply toward state CE requirements for LMTs. For even more information click here.
Sat & Sun 9 am—5 pm (14 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
May 7-8, 2022
$325 if paid in full by the early-bird date of April 16, 2022 ($350 thereafter)

 

Advanced Reflexology Class Series

In Advanced Reflexology, Parts I & II  Lisa Hensell, Reflexology Association of America’s 2018 National Education Award recipient, shares a very unique and effective approach to reflexology.  You will learn how each system of the body corresponds to the reflex maps on the feet and the most efficient ways to access them to promote your clients’ health. You will leave with a superior understanding of reflexology and its amazing potential for encouraging optimal health. Part I will begin with concepts and approaches to accessing each different system in the body. The reminder of Part I and the entirety of Part II will include attention and focus on each individual system of the body, as well as plenty of time practicing and receiving this detailed work during class (Part II will build on the information from Part I). Both parts of this class are required for Level I and Level II Diplomas.
Sat & Sun 9 am—5 pm (28 total credits with SRMC and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: an introduction to reflexology class
Part I  February 26-27, 2022
Part II  March 19-20, 2022
$325 per class weekend when paid in full 30 days prior to the first day of class ($350 with late enrollment)

 

Business & Ethics

Reflexology Business & Ethics Classes offer assistance in developing a successful and rewarding practice. Our engaging instructor, Pam Foster, provides an interactive and thought-provoking approach to this topic, giving tools to help you understand and identify your market and tap into the resources to your success.  Legal aspects of running a business and how to prepare a business plan are included.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.
PREREQUISITES: None (we recommend that you take this class toward the end of the program)

Oct 31, 2021 Business $75 if paid in full by Oct 17 ($95 after Oct 17)
  Sun 9 am—12 pm (3 credits)
Oct 31, 2021 Ethics $100 if paid in full by Oct 17 ($120 after Oct 17)
  Sun 1—5 pm (4 credits) 

 

Introduction to Reflexology

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Reflexology Association of America’s 2018 National Education Award recipient, Lisa Hensell. Credits from this class apply to SRMC and provide valid CEs toward LMTs’ state CE requirements.
Sat & Sun 9 am—5 pm (14 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
September 18-19, 2021
$325 (plus optional $30 supply fee)*
*$300 if paid in full by August 16, 2021

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