About the Association
The Reflexology Association of British Columbia is a self-regulating, registered, non-profit society that was founded in 1966 (The Vancouver Reflexology Society) and incorporated under the BC Societies Act in 1970. In 1975, the society's name was changed to Reflexology Society of British Columbia, and then again changed in 1982 to our present name, Reflexology Association of British Columbia. We have been supporting and inspiring our membership for over 50 years. The Association is governed by an elected Board of Directors. Its membership body consists of practicing Approved Reflexologists within B.C., but we also offer and have non-practicing membership classes for individuals, institutions and organizations, who recognize the effectiveness of Reflexology and wish to lend their support.
The purpose of the Association is to advance the understanding and knowledge of all forms and philosophies of Reflexology.
This provides our members with a common voice representing the Reflexology Community of British Columbia.
The Association encourages high educational standards and promotes strict ethics for those who practice and teach the art of Reflexology. We also assist the public by being an organization where contact information is readily available to help find a qualified Practitioner and provide an authoritative institution where concerns about ethical or professional conduct among the membership will be heard. The Association strives to educate the public on the benefits of Reflexology and provide quality educational courses and workshops for the benefit of it's members and individuals who seek a career in Reflexology. RABC is dedicated to serve the interests of Reflexologists and the general public of British Columbia and to provide its members with a relationship to the International Reflexology Community.
Reflexology Association of British Columbia