Morning class begins January 14, 2020
Evening class begins January 28, 2020 Offering Morning and Evening Classes twice a year
Class dates will be confirmed once enrollment requirements are met.
The premise that all parts of the human body are connected to the feet via energy zones or pathways dates back many thousands of years. Using a series of compression movements on specific areas of the feet, the body’s innate energy is supported, stimulated, or calmed, with the intention of restoring balance, promoting well-being.
Our body has the unique ability to heal and restore itself. Reflexology encourages balance via a holistic approach taking into consideration the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
The BodySystems Method is a well-established approach to reflexology. Our approach enables you to be aware of the related anatomy and physiology you are affecting, how that body system supports and interacts with the other areas of the body and how best to support our well-being. We focus not only on physical concerns, but also the mind-body-emotional components at hand.
We follow this systematic and logical approach while remaining heart-centered to better assist the healing process.
Becoming proficient and knowledgable, having developed a solid foundation you can then begin to customize and focus your technique, growing confident in your skill and trusting your intuition.
In this class you will
- Understand the history and therapeutic principles of Reflexology
- Learn the basic Anatomy and Physiology of the human body
- Become proficient in the hands-on application of foot Reflexology
- Study the body-mind-spirit connections and its importance in Reflexology
- Understand how to best implement and develop reflexology in your life.
This 42-hour course meets weekly for 14 weeks, offered as either a morning class or evening option. See schedule for availability.
Morning class: Tuesdays 10am – 1pm
Instructor: Laura Thompson
Evening class: Tuesdays 7pm – 10pm
Instructor: Roz Zollinger
Over 36 years Roz has developed an international reputation for her instruction and therapeutic work in fields of Reflexology and Aromatherapy. She 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. Subsequently, Roz pursued advanced Aromatherapy studies with the Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy, completed the International Training Program in Essential Oils at Purdue University, courses in Aromatic Medicine with Mark Webb, Gabriel Mojay, Madeleine Kerkhof, and many others.
Roz is co-founder of the Georgia Reflexology Organization and is a regional director for the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).
Roz Zollinger founded the BodySystems Method™ of Reflexology, a unique approach whereby the practitioner works systematically through the major systems of the body via the feet/hands. The premise of reflexology is that all parts of the body are connected to the feet via energy zones or pathways (Similar, but not the same as the acupuncture meridians) By using a series of compression, the body’s innate energy is supported and the nerve system. Over 28 years ago, Roz created her concept of Aromatic Reflexology, incorporating the use of her therapeutic essential oil synergies/blends for each body system with her work on the feet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need a license to practice Reflexology?
A: The practice of Reflexology is not regulated in the state of Georgia. You will likely be required to provide proof of training when applying for a business license. Many states require you to have some form of professional licensing. Check with your state massage board or reflexology board to determine what the reflexology licensing requirements are for your specific state. For instance, reflexologists are required to obtain licensing as a massage therapist in 38 states.
Q: Will I be a Certified Reflexologist after completing this class?
A: Upon successful completion of the course you will receive your certificate issued by the Heal Center, a Certificate of Achievement and Proficiency. As a Reflexologists you may then study further to become National Board Certified, a nationally recognized credential by an independent agency.
Q: What, if any, are the next steps after this class?
A: Practice, practice, and practice! If you are ready for the next level of training, furthering your education and experience in our Advanced Reflexology Training offers in-depth study of anatomy and physiology, advanced techniques and protocols and allows you to apply for testing with the American Reflexology Certification Board to earn the title of National Board Certified. You may also consider studying various applications of reflexology: hand, ear, face, etc.
Q: What do I need for class?
A: We provide all course materials and in-class supplies. An additional notebook is recommended. We offer a DVD for guided home practice (purchased separately).
Q: Are there any requirements outside of the class?
A: Students are required to complete and provide documentation of 10 clinic hours outside of class.
A: Students are strongly encouraged to have one professional reflexology session with an instructor at the Heal Center, or a graduate of our program.
Q: Is there a payment plan available?
A: Yes, for no additional cost we off four (4) equal monthly payments on the balance after deposit payment. The first payment due at first class and remaining payments scheduled for following 3 months. Payment plan requires a credit or debit card on file.
Q: Does this class offer CEUs?
A: Massage Therapists may request a transcript to receive 42 CE hours approved by NCBTMB #451383-10. Please check your local/state regulations for accepted CEUs.
Q: What is the BodySystems Method of Reflexology and when was it developed?
A: Roz Zollinger founded the BodySystems Method™ of Reflexology in 1989, a unique approach whereby the practitioner works systematically through the major systems of the body via the feet/hands. The premise of reflexology is that all parts of the body are connected to the feet via energy zones or pathways (Similar, but not the same as the acupuncture meridians) By using a series of compression, the body’s innate energy is supported and the nerve system.
Q: How long have the instructors been practicing/teaching Reflexology?
A: Roz Zollinger has been practicing Reflexology for 36 years and teaching for 30 years.
A: Laura Thompson completed her Reflexology training in 2007 and completed her Reflexology teacher training under Roz Zollinger in 2016
Lesson Structure and Approach
This course is designed to present ‘digestible’ lessons and discussion while providing ample time for supervised hands-on practice and observation.
Each weekly 3-hour class will cover a specific body system, associated topics and allow time for questions and discussion. Classes typically begin with the study of the body system, its anatomy and physiology, and then observation and practice of the hands-on techniques.
Our program provides you the necessary time in between classes to absorb, study, and practice the information from each lesson.
In providing this program since 1992 we find this lesson structure brings students the greatest success in class while balancing work and family.
As a guide and mentor with you in your journey in Reflexology we take pride in your success.
〉Definition & History of Reflexology
〉The Skeletal System
〉The Nervous System
〉The Endocrine System
〉Joints and Muscles
〉The Circulatory System
〉The Respiratory System
〉Mid-Term [Test] – a “Learning Experience”
〉The Digestive System
〉The Urinary System
〉The Lymphatic and Immune System
〉Helper Areas, Reflex areas, referral areas and pathologies
〉Strategies and protocols
〉Practices and boundaries
〉Final written and practical exam
Ten (10) documented sessions to be completed outside of class.
Students are encouraged to receive at least one reflexology session before or during the first half of the course with an instructor at the Heal Center. (student rate $45)
We understand life is busy. Missing more than 3 classes is not advised. Students should make every effort to make-up any lessons missed, whether from another student or scheduled 0ne-on-one time with an instructor. Make-up lessons may be arranged with an instructor at an additional hourly cost of $40/hr. Typically, material from a missed class can be covered within 1-hour, one-on-one. Missing more than 9-hours of the class may result in delayed testing and course completion.
Study and practice outside of class are necessary and expected (your family and friends will be very grateful!). Gaining proficiency in any art and skill comes with consistent practice. Plan on reserving 5-10 hours per week for study and hands-on practice.
Upon successful completion, you will receive your Certificate of Achievement. This certifies that you have successfully completed the Heal Center’s comprehensive Reflexology Course.
When to Register
- Register anytime. Classes are typically held three (3) times a year.
- 3 evening classes | 3 morning classes.
How to Register
- Click ‘Begin Registration’ button above
- Select morning or evening class option
- Select a payment option
- Submit deposit or payment-in-full
Registering without payment does not guarantee your place in class. You are simply letting us know of your interest and we will follow up with you.
What happens next?
We feel it is important that we have a chance to talk with you, to learn about your interest in Reflexology and your desired outcome, generally about the course, class dates and answer any questions you may have.
We invite you to schedule a time to visit us, see our teaching space, and get a feel of the classroom environment.
Please contact us anytime: 404.303.0007
42-hour Foot Reflexology Foundation Class
Total cost $710
- $100 registration deposit or pay in full.
- Course manual and workbook
- All in-class supplies
- Instructional DVD for home study and practice $35
- Select ‘Pay in Full’ or ‘Deposit’ at check out.
> Receive $25 savings when balance is paid-in-full or by first class.
Optional Payment plan (after registration deposit)
- 4 scheduled payments of $152.50, once per month.
> First payment due at first class.
- Payment plan requires a credit or debit card on file.
Time Periods & Refund available
One (1) Week prior to first class: Amount paid to date less $100 deposit
Up to 2 weeks after start of class: Amount paid to date less 30% and $125 (Deposit + Class Manual)
Beyond 2 weeks after start of class: No refund can be provided. Scheduled payments continue as agreed.
Late Payment Fees
30 days: 3%
60 days: 5%
90 days: 10%
Late fees are billed with over-due balance and also apply to late payments as result of declined/ failed charges, insufficient funds, and expired credit/debit cards. Please update card on file promptly, you will receive immediate notification of failed payments.