Educators are defined as those who present reflexology lessons, impart knowledge, or a skill to a student. The following qualifications are required to meet the Certified Reflexology Educator level:


  • Education: High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent

  • National Board Certification in Reflexology: Passed the written and practical portion of a psychometrically valid exam      offered by a non-profit standalone certification board  (Example: American Reflexology Certification Board)

  • Educational Background: Completed a minimum of sixty (60) hours in Anatomy and Physiology (A&P).

  • Teaching Background: Taught a minimum of one hundred (100) hours. Total hours must not exceed a period of five (5)    years from the date of application submission. The one hundred (100) hours must consist of at least fifty (50) hours of    teaching reflexology. The remaining hours may consist of alternative coursework. Examples of alternative coursework shall include bodywork, business, marketing, A&P, etc. Classes must be taught live and have a minimum of two students per class.

  • Reflexology Experience: Practitioner for a minimum of two (2) years.

Benefits & Privileges of Being a Certified Reflexology Educator

  • Support for professional advancement

  • Resource for Continued Education

  • On-line forum specific to Educators

  • Use of NCRE logo

  • Legislative support

  • Discounts to NCRE hosted conferences, workshops, & webinars

  • Marketing support and resources

  • Year-round on-line exposure for prospective students

  • Listing on the Directory of Certified Reflexology Educators on our website

  • National recognition as a Certified Reflexology Educator in the profession


  • Application fee: $100

  • Annual renewal fee: $75




NCRE Board reserves the right to approve or deny any applications and to terminate any Associate at its discretion.

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