Currently, there are no schools for reflexology in North Dakota. When considering what program to attend it's important to decide what level of education works best for you. For those wanting to have a Professional level, more is required. For those that want less, there are options, but whatever choice is made, the program should be one that is taught by qualified teachers, recognized by NDRB, ARCB, RAA, or other professional reflexology group.
The International Institute of Reflexology (IIR) has been bringing weekend seminars to Fargo, ND and to MN, as well as other states, for several years. They offer a 200 hour certification program, which is encouraged, but optional, for those that want to reach a Professional level. You can check the IIR website: www.reflexology-usa.net to find when seminars are scheduled and how to become certified. They are recognized by both RAA & the ARCB.The Reflexology Association of America (RAA) does not endorse any one school but has several listed on their website: www.reflexology-usa.org.RAA now requires 300 hours of education to be recognized at the Professional level.
To learn about the requirements for becoming nationally certified by ARCB you can go to their website:arcb.net.
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