Certified Foot Reflexology Practitioner

Certified Foot Reflexology Practitioner


Reflexology is the ancient, hands-on preventative therapy that restores balance within the body systems.  Balance is restored through the manipulation of reflex points on the feet finishing with a relaxing aromatherapy foot massage.  Our program is recognized by the Reflexology Association of Canada through Aromatica. Once the student has successfully completed their training, the home-study Anatomy & Physiology component, hands-on and written exams and their 50 case studies, they can apply to the RAC to sit for their exams if they so choose. Upon successfully passing the exams, the practitioner becomes registered through the RAC and is qualified to issue receipts to their clients for reimbursement through the client's extended health care plan, if applicable. 


Reflexology Training Curriculum

History and Theory of Reflexology


Key Areas for Specific Conditions

Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology (10 systems)

Business & Financial

Reflexology Practical Techniques

Case Studies Assignment & Test Questions


Number of Hours: 150

Upon successful completion of this program, the student receives a certificate as a “Certified Foot Reflexology Practitioner" and can obtain full professional membership with the Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC), upon successfully passing the RAC exams.

Investment: $1050

This is an ‘all-inclusive’ fee which includes Aromatica’s copyrighted reflexology manual, text books and exam fees. 


    This is a home-study and on-site program.  The student will receive their Reflexology manual upon receipt of payment.  The  digital Anatomy & Physiology textbook will be received within 24 hours of receipt of payment. 

    Students can begin the home-study component immediately and schedule their hands-on training when convenient to them. Hands-on training is 4 days in length and is held in the Ottawa region or in Timmins, Ontario (student's preference). 

    Upon completion of the program, students receive a certificate as a "Certified Foot Reflexology Practitioner" and are qualified to apply to the Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC).  Upon successfully passing the RAC exams, practitioners are registered with the RAC, and can then provide receipts to their clients for extended health care coverage in Canada.