Reflexology has been used by cultures all over the world for thousands of years.
RABC Approved Reflexology Practitioners work at an existing business, their own place of business, a home based business, or a mobile business, or a combination of.
Two key benefits of an RABC Approved Reflexology Practitioner: 1) Your place of business is advertised on the RABC website, and, 2) Only clients of Approved Reflexology Practitioner’s who have Extended Health Insurance Plans that include reflexology, can submit their receipt and be reimbursed a portion of session cost. Payment receipts must include the Approved Reflexology Practitioner’s Membership Number. For more details on being an Approved Reflexology Practitioner see: As an Approved Practitioner
Maintaining Your Status
To maintain Approved Reflexology Practitioner membership status in good standing, your Approved Reflexology Practitioner Membership Fee is due each year in January, and you are required to submit at the end of every three years your Continuing Education credits.
RABC Proficiency Written and Practicum Examinations
When you have completed your course requirements (a minimum of 40 hours classroom study, and a minimum of 60 hours practicum) and when you are ready to take the RABC Written Exam and the RABC Practical Exam, please complete and submit the required documents, and then pay the required fee(s).
The RABC Proficiency Examinations Application;
Read, sign and date the document called: Code of Ethics & Conduct;
If you are not a Member of RABC, complete the New Membership Application as a Student;