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If you are looking for a reflexologist try these 4 easy steps to find the best reflexology professional near you!
1. Reflexology Associations
Are established in most countries to regulate and empower fully qualified reflexologists.
They ensure members are trained at a recognised professional reflexology school, practice to a minimum level of standards in a safe environment, require members to pay an annual membership fee, and attend re-training regularly.
These associations list members on their website to help you find one close to you, that is professional and can deliver a great reflexology session!
They can also inform you what qualifications you should be looking for from your reflexologist in your area.
Is a website created to list professional reflexologists all around the world. It is in the process of being added to every week, however already lists many countries! Click here to visit the site and see if you can find a reflexologist near you
3. Business Directories and Search Engines
Reflexology is so common now that reflexology businesses are often listed in local business directories, search engines and have their own websites and facebook pages
However reflexology may also be a service available in a beauty salon, spa, massage or holistic health centre
Many good quality spas and health centres have at least one reflexologist that may work part time or have limited days available
Some reflexologists work at a few different businesses as they find it is better for their business
Reflexology is still considered a new age therapy and it can be hard for some reflexologists to build a big enough clientele to justify having a business of their own in one location- it is often more profitable to travel and practice in different businesses that are aligned to therapy and massage
You can check that the person giving reflexology is fully qualified and is certified by a recognised training school by asking at the time of booking or before your session
4. Social Media
Facebook and Instagram are excellent ways for the reflexologist to connect with their customer community. They often post empowering messages, tips and tricks for better health and beautiful pictures.
You can also read reviews or send message from these sites
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