Introduction to Reflexology
Sunday April 14, 2019
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Olney, Maryland Location
3700 Mystic Ct., Olney, MD 20832
NCBTMB Approved Provider
Qualify and test for theAmerican Reflexology Certification Board,
the highest standard of credentials in reflexology recognized through out the United States.
April 14, 2019 Sunday 10am to 3pm Level I
This course includes 2 hours on reflexology theory, history, zone therapy, meridians, map of reflexes and foot and hand structure. 1 hours of hands-on to learn reflexology grip and techniques. One hour on business ethics and standards. Twenty hours of unsupervised documented practical sessions.
April 28, 2019 Sunday 10am to 3pm Level II Reflexology and Aromatherapy
This course includes 2 hours of reflexology theory, history, zones, meridians, relaxation response, and body systems related to reflexology. Introduction to aromatherapy, its benefits, safety guidelines and practical applications will be discussed. 1 hour of practical sessions including the application of essential oils on reflex points. One hour on business standards, local/state laws and ordinances pertaining to the practice of reflexology.
May 12, 2019 Sunday 10am to 3pm Level III Reflexology and Hot Stones
This course includes four hours of body systems as related to reflexology, leg and foot structure, hands-on palpations, and map of reflexes as they are anatomically reflected on the feet. Practical use of hot stones for reflexology is discussed and practical sessions for four hours. One hour of business standards and ethics pertaining to the practice of reflexology.
May 19, 2019 Sunday 10am to 3pm Level IV Reflexology Clinical
Required for Certification with the *ANHA
This fully hands-on class is to satisfy the requirements of six documented practical sessions required by *ANHA for certification. The student may schedule 3 clients for the day. The student may invite friends and/or family to be their client or the institute can schedule the clients for the class.
Cost: $225 for each level ( 7 CE units/each level)
The American Reflexology Certification Board is a non-profit corporation, an independent testing agency whose primary purpose is to certify the competency of those Reflexologist who practice on a professional level and wish to be recognized as meeting national standards. Certification by ARCB distinguishes the professional; setting apart and bringing credibility to the practitioner committed to excellence.
The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) has reviewed the Washington Institute's classes and has determined that the Washington Institute of Natural Medicine can teach classes in Maryland.
Approved for continuing education through the
American Alternative Medical Association
Accredited by the
American Association of Drugless Practitioners
Jen Martinez-Bentley has 18 years of teaching experience.
Doctor of Naturopathy September 1999
Doctor of Integrative Homeopathy December 2007
National University of Therapeutics
Currently teaching at:
Centura College in Chesapeake,VA weekdays
Washington Institute of Natural Medicine weekends only
Qualified to teach the following courses:
Student review - "Dr. Jen did a fantastic job she is a wise, intuitive healer with a vast knowledge of aromatherapy. What a wonderful experience!" Melisa M. Miner
Call to register: (202) 686-8202, (202) 237-7681, (301) 538-9540