Reflexology Associations In America & Their Purposes

One of the features of a profession is that it has professional organizations, professional standards for practitioners, as well as professional standards for teachers and schools. Reflexology is one of the few natural health modalities in America to have all three. What follows is a list of professional organizations in America and their purposes. Since the American Academy of Reflexology is a Licensed Vocational School under the State of California, the state level Reflexology Association for California is also listed. For a list of state level Reflexology Associations in other states, go to State Level Reflexology Associations Across America.

Reflexology Association Of America (RAA)
P. O. Box 714
Chepachet, RI 20814
980-234-0159
www.reflexology-USA.org

Professional Reflexology organization that works on behalf of Reflexologists at the national level, representing the field of reflexology by dealing with issues such as the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Natural Health Insurance Alternative Billing Codes (ABC Codes), nationwide members referral service, an extensive website, conducting Leadership Education & Organizational Development Workshops (LE&OD) for state Reflexology Leaders from across America, sending out a highly informative national Reflexology Magazine, providing legislative and other types of assistance to state reflexology organizations, conducting a biennial nationwide reflexology conference, actively supporting World Reflexology Week (WRW) at the national level, and much more.

American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB)
P.O. Box 6740879, Arvada, CO 80006
Office: 303 933-6921
FAX: 303 904-0406
Email: arcb.net@aol.com
www.arcb.net

This is not a membership organization. This is an independent testing service that tests Reflexologists from schools all over the USA. ARCB is the only group nationally to have set up standards of excellence, and is exclusively dedicated to testing practitioner standards in the field of Reflexology.

American Commission for Accreditation of Reflexology Education and Training (ACARET)
Office: 206-856-8165
FAX: 727-319-6911
Email: acaret@acaret.org
www.acaret.org

The American Commission for Accreditation of Reflexology Education and Training is an independent, non-profit, IRS tax exempt, legally constituted entity. ACARET has incorporated under California Law and has no affiliation with any branch of government. ACARET exists to Accredit the competency of practicing reflexology instructors, and schools by measure of their ability to meet professional standards. ACARET is not affiliated with any school or educational program.

Reflexology Association of California (RAC)
P.O. Box 598, La Verne, CA 91750-0598
Office: 909-896-3610
www.reflexology-ca.org

Professional Reflexology organization that has standards to be able to join, is open to practitioners of all schools of Reflexology, works on ways to help Reflexologists to practice legally in California, has a highly informative newsletter, and eNewsletter on what is happening in California, has Conferences with guest speakers from various reflexology philosophies, a state wide referral service for members, actively promotes World Reflexology Week (WRW) throughout California to help increase public awareness of Reflexology.

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State Level Reflexology Associations Across America
International Reflexology Associations
Overseas Reflexology Associations
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