Reflexology and Massage Therapy
Massage General Courses

Reflexology and Massage Therapy

Author(s): Claire Marie Miller

3.5CE credits 11 Lessons Text

Discover how to incorporate reflexology techniques into your massage therapy sessions. Take an in-depth look at the theory behind the techniques and learn how to locate and stimulate areas on the feet and hands. Explore a variety of foot and hand sequences for stimulating reflexology areas.

As a reminder, before practicing any new modalities or techniques, check with your state’s massage therapy regulatory authority to ensure they are within the state’s defined scope of practice for massage therapy.

When you finish this course, you will be able to:

  • Locate and stimulate reflexology points and areas in the feet and hands;
  • Locate and utilize the landmarks for locating reflexology points and areas;
  • Integrate reflexology into a massage therapy session; 
  • Discuss the theory behind the reflexology modality;
  • Identify and apply a variety of techniques for stimulating reflexology points and areas.

  1. Foot Reflexology
  2. How Does Foot Reflexology Work?
  3. Meridians in Reflexology
  4. What is Psychoneuroimmunology?
  5. Anatomy of the Legs and Feet
  6. Structural Alignment and Biomechanics of the Foot and Toes
  7. Beginning to Practice Reflexology on Clients
  8. Foot Reflexology Sequences
  9. Hand Reflexology
  10. Marketing Your Reflexology Practice
  11. Resources

Claire Marie Miller is NC state licensed, and NCBTMB Board Certified massage therapist. She has been a proud member of AMTA since 1982. Claire was inducted into the Massage Hall of Fame in 2010.  Claire continues to be an innovator in the field of reflexology. Claire’s years of teaching and developing her method of reflexology formed the basis for her book Integrative Reflexology was published 2017.