Your Reflexology License must be renewed before June first of each year and will cost $50.00. After June 1st a late fee of $25.00 will be charged. A license that is not renewed by June thirtieth lapses. Mail your CEU information and checks made out to the North Dakota Reflexology Board (NDRB) to:
1357 10th St. NW
Turtle Lake, ND, 58575
To maintain your license, you are responsible for ensuring that you have 12 approved CEU's every 3 years. The CEU's should be related to reflexology and the business of running a reflexology practice. CEU's for related services that might be used in conjuction with a reflexology session such as aromatherapy, use of supplements, etc. do not usually count.
If you have any concerns about what will or will not be accepted, it is recommended that you contact Richelle Presser prior to taking any class or paying any money to avoid disapppointment. During the pandemic in-person classes were put on hold. There have been on-line webinars by some instuctors that would be accepted if a certificate is given. Look for classes / presentors that are approved by the ARCB or one of the approved massage educators, as long as it's reflexology being taught, not massage. Some of the State Associations including North Dakota and the Reflexology Association of California, have arranged webinars that you may be able to attend. The webinar or seminar needs to be about reflexology. The instructor can be from either reflexology or massage as long as they are certified by a recognized Board and the class is about reflexology.
Please maintain copies of the certificates received and send a list of them, along with the number of CEU's, with your renewal form. If you have any questions, please contact Richelle Presser at 701-220-9049 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the ways to get your CEU's are:
- Attend classes when offered by the International Institute of Reflexology or other recognized instructors
- Take an on-line reflexology class or webinar with qualified educators
- Attend NDRB or NDRA seminars with qualified educators
- Be a member of the NDRA and attend the meetings