Commonly asked questions about reflexology certification

Commonly asked questions about reflexology certification

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In the United States and abroad, more and more people are paying attention to the type of alternative therapy that is known as reflexology. As demand for the practice continues to increase, some people are choosing to take reflexology on as a career. In this article, we’ll give you some basic answers to some questions that you might have regarding the certification process as well as a few other aspects of reflexology.
Question: What does a certification get me? Am I required to be certified in order to practice reflexology?
Answer: The American Reflexology Certification Board offers a certification that is not required in order to practice reflexology. There are, however, two states that have certain requirements that need to be met in order to work as a reflexologist. That is not to say, however, that the certificate is without its merits for a person who wants to learn more about reflexology and possibly perform it for a career. The certification program consists of written work, practical examinations and documenting all of the progress that you make. By doing so, you are sure to be a competent reflexologist by the end of the certification program. In addition to basic reflexology techniques, the course also offers helpful information when it comes to running a reflexology business and the ethics of doing so. Plenty of clients will appreciate that you put forth the effort of getting certified and will be more likely to become repeat visitors.
Question: How much will it cost me to become certified?
Answer: The answer to this question is dependent on where you attend reflexology school. There are plenty of reflexology schools located across the continental United States that offer programs that will prepare you for your reflexology certification. While programs are different for certification from school to school, they all require at least one hundred and ten hours of study in order to qualify. Post-graduate sessions are also offered which can serve as a great refresher for the reflexology practice. It costs $150 to take the reflexology certification exam, and after the exam is passed, you are required to pay $40 per year in order to remain an active certificant. 12 hours of continuing education in the field of reflexology are required to be undertaken every two years in order to ensure that you remain up to speed about the latest techniques and advancements in the field.
Hopefully, this article has helped you to become more confident in terms of understanding the reflexology certification exam and what is required of you with respects to preparing for the exam. It is not an easy process to prepare for the test, but it can really pay off to have your certification in terms of showing your clients your level of professionalism and your dedication to the art of reflexology. If you want to find a school that will prepare you for the exam, check out http://www.arcb.net, the official site of the American Reflexology Certification Board. There you will be able to find plenty of links that will assist you in your quest to become a reflexologist.

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