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Hand Reflexology Workshop
April 1 - April 2$195.00 – $595.00
Comprehensive training by Roz Zollinger and Dr. Rudy Scarfalloto.
Your path to ARCB Hand Reflexology Certification.
April 1-2: Learn the BodySystems Method of Hand Reflexology.
April 12 & 19: Additional hands-on practice and review.
(Wednesdays, 6:30pm – 9:30pm)
April 29-30: In-depth anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the hand, wrist, and arm.
Based on the Zollinger BodySystems Method™ of Reflexology
Compliment and grow your Foot Reflexology practice with Hand Reflexology. Hand Reflexology is easily incorporated into your existing treatments and in an environment where working on the feet might be inconvenient, Hand Reflexology is very accessible for clients.
This 30-hour program is designed to be comprehensive, providing you the hands-on learning, additional practice sessions ensuring you leave feeling confident and immediately ready to provide Hand Reflexology. In addition, we will take a deep dive into the anatomy, physiology, and pathologies of the hand, wrist, and arm.
You will see below that we have added various registration options. Whether you previously attended our 12-hour weekend Hand Reflexology class and would like to become ARCB Certified or simply need a refesher class to review the hands-on protocols, you will find the right option for your needs. Anticipated questions and concerns are answered in the FAQ section below, as well. Please reach out to us for any reason.
Do you want to become a Board Certified Hand Reflexologist?
Option 1 – Full 30-hour program. $595
- Upon completion, ARCB certified Foot Reflexologists may apply for ARCB Hand Reflexology Certification.
Option 2 – April 12 & 19 review sessions and A&P weekend class. $349
- If you previously attended the 12-hour Hand Reflexology workshop and would like to become ARCB Certified Hand Reflexologist.
- Attend the practice evenings, April 12 & 19, and the A&P class, April 29-30, in order to complete the additional 18-hours required for ARCB. (30-hours total are required).
Do you want to learn Hand Reflexology?
Attend the Hand Reflexology practical classes, only. $349
- Add Hand Reflexology to your current skill set. Receive a certificate of attendance. (April 1-2 and the practice sessions on 12th & 19th)
- This option does not lead to Board Certification in Hand Reflexology.
Do you need a refresher class?
Repeat the Hand Reflexology practical classes. $195
- A great option if you have previously attended the 12-hour class and need a refresher. (April 1-2, and optionally join the practice sessions on 12th & 19th)
The American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB) requires 30 in-class hours relating to Hand Reflexology in order to apply for Hand Reflexology certification testing. However, you must first be ARCB Certified in Foot Reflexology.
Massage Therapists can receive12 CEU approved by NCBTMB – #451383-10. While this class is NCBTMB approved and accepted towards your National Board Certification renewal, it is not be accepted by the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy for your Georgia license renewal.
Please check with your state’s massage board concerning acceptance of CEs.
The American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB) requires 30 in-class hours relating to Hand Reflexology in order to apply for Hand Reflexology certification testing.
If you have previously completed the our 12-hour Hand Reflexology training, you must attend the additional 18-hours of in-class instruction. The additional 18-hours includes 12-hours of anatomy, physiology, and pathologies of the hand, arm, and wrist, as well as, 6 hours of hands on instruction and supervised practice.
Please beware that you must first be ARCB Certified in Foot Reflexology.
Yes. This class is approved by ARCB toward your Foot Reflexology Certification renewal. You will receive a transcript at the end of class. You are required to earn 12 hours of continuing education (CE) every 2 years.
Roz Zollinger has an international reputation for her therapeutic work and instruction in Reflexology and Aromatherapy, and has 28 years’ experience in the practice and teaching of these modalities.
Roz qualified in Reflexology in 1983 through the South African Institute of Reflexology in Johannesburg, and in 1984 trained in Aromatherapy with the Institute of Clinical Aromatherapy in London. She subsequently pursued advanced Aromatherapy studies with the Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy in California, and has taken the International Training Program in Essential Oils at Purdue University in Indiana, USA.
In 1992 Roz founded the Heal Center, Atlanta, which has since gained a national reputation for its class and course offerings.
Roz teaches various courses and workshops at the Heal Center and lectures at regional and national conferences. She has developed the BodySystems Method of Reflexology and Aromatherapy, which stresses the interaction of all bodily systems and addresses the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of the individual.
Roz is co-founder of the Georgia Reflexology Organization and is a regional director for the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).
Rudy Scarfalloto DC
Dr. Rudy Scarfalloto brings over thirty-seven years of experience to his work as a health professional and teacher, including thirty one years as a chiropractor. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Life College in 1984, and has been in private practice since specializing in gentle chiropractic for the relief of chronic pain, stiffness, headaches and rehabilitation from auto accidents, athletic and work related injuries. He also helps individuals experiencing such internal conditions as asthma, allergies, indigestion, blood sugar issues, menstrual difficulties and high blood pressure.
Rudy teaches with wonderful clarity and skill, always taking time to ensure each student understands the information and hands-on techniques.
Dr. Rudy’s has published six books: The Dance of Opposites, Cultivating Inner Harmony, The Edge of Time, Nutrition for Massage Therapists, and What Should I Eat I – II?
Learn more about Dr. Rudy Scarfalloto