How to become a Reflexology Teacher so you qualify to be recognized as an LCRT – (Licensed Canadian Reflexology Teacher) with the Reflexology Association of Canada.
- Practicing reflexology with clients for a minimum of 2 years.
- Certificate in anatomy and physiology.
- Passion to help others add reflexology to their lives, whether it be to work with family and friends or as a career.
($750 CDN deposit is required to save your spot. Full tuition is due prior to the first day of class.
Spots Available: 6
CERTIFICATION IS AVAILABLE IN-PERSON OR ONLINE.
IN-PERSON: 400-1118 Broad Street, Regina, SK
ONLINE: Zoom link will be provided
This training program will guide you to create your own reflexology course to teach to students wanting to learn foot reflexology.
Once your lesson plans have been approved, you will receive the teacher training certificate authorizing you to teach your reflexology course to others.
This accredited certificate will qualify you to apply to have your course recognized by the Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC).
For your course to be accepted by RAC, it will be reviewed by other RAC teachers to be approved.
Once approved, you would be accepted as an accredited RAC trainer so you can use RAC materials to teach your own course.
FOOT REFLEXOLOGY TEACHER TRAINING SCHEDULE:
January 7, 2023: Expectations and Lesson Outlines – Get the outline of expectations for creating your foot reflexology lesson plans. We will be taking a break so you can get your lessons ready and present in the next training class.
February 11, 2023: Preparing Theory Lesson Plans: This is where you will get the format to teach the theory portion of the training so you can start creating your course!
April 13, 2023: Presenting Foot Reflexology Theory Lessons: This is your opportunity to present your lesson to get feedback or input on how to improve your theory lesson plans! This is the safe place for you to put your teaching to work!
April 14, 2024: Preparing Practical Lesson Plans: This is where you will get the format to teach the practical method portion of the training so you can start creating your course!
June 9, 2024: Present Foot Reflexology Practical Lessons: This is your opportunity to present your practical lessons on the to get feedback or input on how to improve your practical training!
Once you are done all the classroom training, you will submit your lesson plans for a final review to get approved so you can be a certified foot reflexology teacher!
Time: 9 am – 5 pm each day