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Reflexologist Career / Job ProspectsWhat do Reflexologists do?
Would you like a flexible and rewarding healthcare career where you help people bring about positive change in their well-being? Reflexology (also known as zone therapy) is a safe and drug-free alternative medicine practice of applying pressure to the feet, hands and ears to stimulate the body's natural healing power. 

Reflexologists use certain thumb, finger and hand techniques to apply pressure and remove energy (Qi) blockages from the internal glands and organs of the body. They use a reflexology chart that maps the feet, hands and ears into a system of zones that reflects an image of the body’s organs and glands, because these areas cannot be directly massaged, reflexology is an appropriate alternative. Reflexologists believe that when Qi (the invisible life force) is flowing in balanced harmony, this results in positive well-being. 

Reflexologists use a Holistic approach to promote the natural function of the body, and can work with individuals of all ages including children, adults, the elderly and the sick. They work from their own homes, travel to clients homes or work in an alternative medicine clinical setting that also offers other complementary therapies such as Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Homeopathy and Reiki. No oil, cream or lotion is used during reflexology sessions, but is normally applied afterwards.

 The main duties of a Reflexologist include:

  • Discussing medical history with a client
  • Stimulating zones of the foot, hands and ears to manipulate and remove energy blockages
  • Alleviating tension
  • Providing relaxation
  • Improving circulation
  • Provide a healing environment for a client
  • Promoting the natural function of the body

Education & Qualifications:
Many states require that reflexologists are certified massage therapists. To become certified you must pass the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) examination. Even if certification is not required by your state, it differentiates you from your competitors as a trained professional with commitment to your career, and the knowledge to uphold high standards of practice. The NCBTMB certification exam evaluates the skills of entry-level massage practitioners. To be eligible to sit this exam you must:

  • Complete 500 hours of instruction from a NCB accredited program or
  • Submit documentation of all of your training under the portfolio review process or
  • Pass the National Examination for State Licensing (NESL)

Salary & Job Prospects:
Reflexology is a flexible career choice that is rapidly growing in recognition as a method of providing health care for individuals of all ages. Reflexologists can earn anything from $20,000 to $65,000 depending on experience, qualifications and location. Career Outlook - As the demand for reflexologists is growing, the career prospects are excellent.



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