Reflexology Courses

Calynda Triffo was the recipient of the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award with the Reflexology Association of Canada for 2016, 2017 & 2018. Calynda is licensed to teach the following courses: Core Reflexology, Foot Reflexology, Hand Reflexology, Ear Reflexology, Reflexology Teacher Training for all modalities.

 

FAQ:  What courses are available?

Full details including the dates & times for upcoming classes, online registration and  is course outlines are available under the tab for each class.

CORE REFLEXOLOGY: Core Reflexology is the pre-requisite for all reflexology courses and covers the history, theory, anatomy and the basics for starting a business. This course is available in person or online. It can be taken on it’s own or as part of a core+foot course being offered.

EAR REFLEXOLOGY: Pre-requisite: Core Reflexology. This is a practical class that requires in-person training to be completed. Ear reflexology teaches you the reflexology method. There are 50 practical sessions required to complete the course in addition to the mandatory review and exams. This course requires core+ear reflexology training to receive the certificate.

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EMOTIONAL DETOX REFLEXOLOGY: Pre-requisite: Certified as a Foot reflexology therapist for a minimum of 2 years actively using a “treatment plan” for clients.

FAQ:  Is This A Certification Course?

Yes, once you have completed the core+practical certificate, you are provided with a certificate issued by a LCRT (Licensed Canadian Reflexology Teacher). You will also be provided with a transcript with all your marks and achievements. With that certificate, you can practice reflexology. If you want to be an RCRT (Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist), application to the Reflexology Association of Canada is required. Your certificate and transcript are required to apply to be a professional member. Once your application is accepted, you will have to complete a board exam and pass with 80%. Successful completion of the board exam will grant you RCRT status.


 

FAQ:  Why Would I Want To Be An RCRT?

To achieve RCRT status, it requires that you successfully complete the requirements to obtain the professional standards of practice. 

If your clients have a group plan that has reflexology as a covered benefit and they want to be reimbursed for their treatment, the Reflexology Association of Canada provides a membership number that is required to be included on a client receipt.   

You can get access to the liability insurance that covers reflexology.