Want to learn reflexology but don't have a reflexology school in your area?
If you're in Eastern or Northern WA and can't attend bi-weekly hands-on classes, you can still enroll. You will take the online alternating Saturday Zoom classes with the local students, and attend two or three 3-day weekend classes for your hands-on training.
If you reside outside of WA state, you can also attend the two or three 3-day weekend classes for your hands-on training.
Or, if travelling to Tacoma for the hands-on classes is too impractical (for example, if you live on the East Coast), you may be able to take your hands-on training with a reflexologist in your area, while taking the rest of the Program online to complete the Anatomy & Physiology and other didactic components required to sit for the ARCB National exam. You will need to find out in adavance what the requirements are in your state for practicing reflexology.
And we're on our way with the Interstate Teaching Collective (ITC)!
AMBER in Nevada, is doing her online Program with me and her hands-on Program with Chantel Lucier in Northern CA
And KAYLA started her online Program with Amy and her hands-on Program with Jan Weal-Grubb in Michigan
ITC SUGGESTED COST GUIDELINES
For online didactic classes: $10-$25 per hour depending on number of students and materials provided. Cost to be agreed upon between online instructor and student.
For hands-on private tutoring: $30-$55 per hour depending on number of students and geographic area. To be agreed upon by the Tutor and the Student.
For those who’ve never taught but think you’d like to, this is a great opportunity for you to learn how to teach* and then be able to teach unencumbered by having to create an entire Program.
For those who’ve taught but are not presently interested in teaching a whole Program, here’s a way you can put your skills to work and hone them without having to teach “the full Monty”.
You get to decide your training schedule, what you’ll charge the student(s), and the composition of your clinical instruction. That might include apprenticeship where part of your hands-on instruction would be having students join some of your client sessions, or it might consist purely of hands-on classroom instruction. Maybe you approach a local massage school and teach an intro class to drum up interest. You decide!
If you have two years of reflexology experience and are ARCB certified, contact me if you’re interested in participating in this new Interstate Teaching Collective.