Please note: The membership application process is currently under construction. For membership inquiries, please email


Thank you for your membership submission to NCRE. Please check the Membership Resources page of our website which defines our membership levels. When you begin the membership application process, you should understand and apply for the level most suited toward your experience.
Educator level membership applicants are required to complete the three-step process - the application, document submission, and payment processing. Advocate membership level applicants need to only complete a two-step process - the application and payment processing.
For questions regarding the application process, please email
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To become NCRE Certified, please read and submit the required documentations. Applicants that don’t meet the certification requirements at the time of the membership application are welcome to become ADVOCATE members of NCRE. No supporting documentation is required for the ADVOCATE level member. Membership level benefits are found in the Membership Resources page of our website.

The following formats are acceptable uploads: PDF

Please note, any missing documentation could result in delay of application

1.   National Certification Validation.

You are required to be a certificant in good standing with a non-profit, stand-alone reflexology association that offers psychometrically valid testing. Please upload the following document:

A copy of your certificate.

2.   Anatomy and Physiology hours.

You are required to complete a minimum of 60 hours of Anatomy and Physiology. Please upload one of the following documents:

        A.  A copy of your transcript(s) with a passing grade from the institution(s).

        B.  A letter from the instructor or an official form from the school or institution on their letterhead with dates, hours and passing grade.

3.   Teaching Background

Documentation showing the last five years of teaching with a cumulative minimum of 100 hours. Classes must contain a minimum of two students per class. The 100 hours must consist of at least 50 hours of teaching reflexology, 50 hours of other coursework (bodywork, business, marketing, A&P, etc).


Please upload one of the following documents, verifying each class taught:

        A.  Workshop or training class documentation that includes course curriculum, hours and number of registered students. Documentation needs to be on school or company letterhead.   Hours need to equal 100 within the last five years.

        B.  Letter from the institution verifying courses, hours and minimum of two students. Hours need to equal 100 within the last five years.


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