Reflexology is a non-invasive, complementary practice involving thumb and finger techniques to apply alternating pressure to reflexes shown on reflex maps of the body located on the feet, hands, and outer ears.
ARCB Mission Statement
American Reflexology Certification Board's main purpose is to protect the public and promote the advancement of the field through the recognition of competent reflexologists who practice on a professional basis and choose to be recognized as meeting basic national standards. The ARCB works for the growth of the entire field by encouraging the ongoing development of reflexology associations, and related professional organizations, and legislative activities.
If You Are Planning to Take an ARCB Exam Please Be Aware that:
ARCB Certification is national certification and, as such, all content areas and details covered on the exam may, or may not have been covered in your reflexology course or school curriculum. Your success on the exam is not a reflection on your instructor. ARCB certification goes above and beyond your basic training and curriculum. Your success depends upon you and your preparation. Work with the recommended materials and allow yourself a minimum of 2-3 months to study after receiving the Study Guide.