PATRICIA BARRANCE
ARCB, Certified Reflexologist, AAEd. Accredited Educator
ARCB CEU Provider # P00127





Thank you for your interest in our Reflexology-Plus Certification Program for 2018.  Due to unforeseen circumstances we will not be able to teach the program.

Attached is a list of Reflexology Educators in the Midwest. I know all the people who run these programs and they are good educators with a good program.

See details below.

I will always be available to you as a mentor, so please feel free to contact me at;

Phone: 319-373-0345        email: patricia.barrance@gmail.com

 

There are many good Reflexology books available.  I particularly recommend:

Complete Reflexology for Life, by Barbara & Kevin Kunz.

Published by DK (Barnes & Noble).  ISBN 979-0-7566-5580-8

 
As a reflexology practitioner a good understanding of anatomy and physiology is important.  I recommend the book:

Human Body, published by DK.   ISBN 0-7894-7988-5

 
There are many good Reflexology education programs across the country.  You will find these listed on the website for the Reflexology Association of America, RAA.

www.reflexology-usa.org

 
Every two years the RAA has a national conference. In 2018 it will be in Chicago, IL. April 27th–29th. You can attend even if you are not yet a qualified reflexologist.  It has always been an excellent experience to learn from National and International educators and catch up on research.

See www.reflexology-usa.org

 
I would like to invite you to join our State Association, The Reflexology Association of Iowa, RAIA.  You could join as an Associate Member.

www.reflexologyiowa.org

 
We have meetings Spring & Fall. On March Saturday 24th 2018 we will meet at Marshalltown library, with an education program in the morning, Pot Lunch, and Meet and Treat – share treatments in the afternoon.

In October we have a two day conference with a national or international presenter.

 
Our website for RAIA has been completely updated.
www.reflexologyiowa.org

 
One of the new features is  “Find a Reflexologist”.  You can type in your zip code and find practitioners in your area.  As a student this will help you find likeminded people to network with.

 
There are many options to study Reflexology and I hope you find a way to becoming a practitioner.  It is such satisfying work.

 
Best wishes,

Patricia Barrance


Reflexology Certification Programs in the Mid-West – 2017

       Rhonda Morton

Perfect Touch Wellness Center

Bloomfield, IA. 52537

641-208-5775

info@perfecttouchwellnesscenter.com

www.perfecttouchwellnesscenter.com

 

       Lila M. Mueller

Ray Of Hope Academy,

A Training Clinic for Reflexology and Natural Therapies,

Belgium WI. 53004

262-285-3320       414-531-2587

rayofhopereflex@yahoo.com

www.rayofhopereflexology.com

 

       Emilee Bozic,

Healthy Soles School,

Woodstock. IL

815-334-8722

Emilee@healthysolesschool.com

www.healthysolesschool.com

 

       Paula S. Stone

The Stone Institute

2025 Zumbehi Road, PMB 20

St. Charles.

MO 63303

636-724-8686

info@TheStoneInstitute.org

www.thestoneinstitute.org



Reflexology has profound health benefits.
It creates a deep relaxation, is pain relieving and revitalizes the client in body, mind and spirit.

Please contact Patricia Barrance for information.
319-373-0345   patricia.barrance@gmail.com
www.reflexology-plus.org   reflexology-plus.reflexology-usa.org