The American Reflexology profession is composed of various national, regional, and state organizations - each with its own unique role in promoting the profession of Reflexology.
American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB) was established in 1991 as a non-profit neutral organization focused on providing a national certification of Reflexology practitioners based on a scientifically reliable testing program.
You can search the nation for ARCB Certified Reflexologists at www.ARCBdirectory.org
Po Box 576, Braddock Heights, MD 21714
National Council of Reflexology Educators (NCRE) was established in 2016 as a non-profit organization focused on establishing national standards for reflexology education. NCRE grants certification to educators and programs that meet these standards.
You can search for NCRE recognized programs, schools, and educators at
1530 N State Parkway #3, Chicago, Illinois 60610
Reflexology Association of America (RAA) was established in 1995 as a non-profit to support the Reflexology profession. Membership is open to Reflexology practitioners, schools, organizations, and those outside of the field that support Reflexology.
Look for information about RAA's
bi-annual conference on their website: www.reflexology-usa.org
1809 Rutledge St., Madison WI 53704
Regional and State Organizations
Arizona Reflexology Association (AZRA) is a non-profit professional organization founded in 2000 to serve Reflexologists in Arizona. www.reflexology-az.org
Alaska Reflexology Association (AKRA) is a non-profit member-based organization established to advance the professional development of the field of reflexology and to promote public awareness about its benefits as a complementary health practice. AKRA is an affiliated member of RAA. www.alaskareflexology.org
In 2022, Reflexology Association of California (RAC) celebrated 30 years of serving California's Reflexology community. www.reflexology-ca.org
The Florida Association of Reflexologists (FAR) was created to build unity among all reflexologists and reflexologies for the advancement of the field of Reflexology.
The Georgia Reflexology Organization (GRO) is a non-profit, member-based organization promoting public awareness of the field of reflexology and to support Reflexologists in the state of Georgia. GRO is an affiliated member of RAA.
Reflexology Association of Illinois (RAI) was formed to bring Reflexologists
The Reflexology Association of Iowa (RAI) is a nonprofit organization, established in 2002 to help educate, promote and protect Reflexology in the state of Iowa.
The Maine Council of Reflexologists (MCR) is a non-profit organization bringing awareness to the public about this complementary field of nurturing your feet and hands to better your health. www.reflexologyofmaine.org firstname.lastname@example.org
The Maryland Reflexology Association (MDRA) is an independent, non-profit organization comprised of Professionals who are interested in advancing both the knowledge and interest in Reflexology.
Massachusetts Association of Reflexology (MAR) works to protect the profession of reflexology as a stand-alone complementary care discipline in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Reflexology Association of New Hampshire (RANH) is a nonprofit 501c3 organization that promotes the ethical and legal practice of Reflexology through information and education, and the professional advancement of Reflexology.
North Carolina Reflexology Association (NCRA) is a nonprofit corporation organized in 2000 to unite Reflexologists for the common benefit of the profession in North Carolina. www.reflexology-nc.org
The Reflexology Association of Ohio (RAO) is a non-profit organization that works to promote the practice of Reflexology and protect the rights of members.
Oregon Reflexology Network (ORN) is a group of professional reflexologists and body workers, who come together to promote and grow reflexology in Oregon and SW Washington. www.oregonreflexologynetwork.org Info@ORNetwork.org
Pennsylvania Reflexology Organization provides (PRO) provides information, education, and communication for Reflexology professionals. Facebook.com/PAReflexologyOrg/
Reflexology Association of Rhode Island (RARI) monitors laws and regulations, establishes standards and ethics, and promotes continued education for our members so they may serve in the best interest of their clients and the profession of Reflexology. www.reflexologyri.com
Texas Reflexology Association (TRA) is a statewide professional association for Reflexologists practicing in Texas.
Tristate Reflexology Association (formerly NYSRA- New York State Reflexology Association) is the primary connection to professional Reflexologists in the states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Washington Reflexology Association (WRA) is a professional member association that promotes excellence and professionalism in the practice of Reflexology in the State of Washington.
Integrated Reflexologists of Wisconsin (IRW) unite to promote Reflexology.