Call Us: (615) 647-7244
Thank you for your interest. We invite you to listen to the testimonials from our graduates, browse through our catalog, download our brochure, and contact us for more information on how you can get started in this exciting new career.
Nashville Academy of Reflexology is an authorized postsecondary institution providing professional career training to become a Registered Certified Reflexologist. Located near 100 Oaks Shopping Mall in South Nashville, our reflexology school provides a 320 hour professional certification program, a reflexology clinic open to the public, and community classes for continuing education.
Nashville Academy of Reflexology holds to the values and professional standards set forth by the Reflexology Association of America (RAA) and American Commission for Reflexology Education and Training (ACARET). RAA requires a minimum of 300 hours for professional membership. Upon successful completion of our program a student will be eligible to apply to the Tennessee Reflexology Registry to become a Registered Certified Reflexologist and will qualify to be a member of RAA. Our comprehensive program provides 220 hours in the classroom and 100 hours in supervised practicum (320 total contact hours). Students gain both the knowledge and skills required to take the national exam offered by the American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB). Although this exam is not required by the State of Tennessee, it sets our educational standards for the student who wishes to attain this benchmark of nationally recognized excellence.
We are a staff of instructors with the goal of our students' success as reflexologists.
"This program has made a profound difference in my life. From the extensive knowledge of the instructors to the lifelong friends I have gained, the NAR experience was worth every penny."
- Ashley Sparks, RCR
Nashville Academy of Reflexology is pleased to offer the public the opportunity to experience reflexology from its students and graduates during special clinic and spa hours.
Nashville Academy of Reflexology (NAR) offers a comprehensive certification program to prepare the aspiring student to become a qualified professional in the health field of Reflexology. We believe preparation for a hands-on profession is best learned by hands-on instruction in a small classroom setting of 8 or less. For this reason, the curriculum of this certification program consists of one-on-one reflexology instruction, training, and supervised practice in person on campus and out in the field. We are committed to providing students a well rounded, comprehensive education that includes a business course that gives our students the tools to begin their careers successfully, adjunct modalities that can be incorporated within a reflexologist's scope of practice like aromatherapy and hydrotherapy for the feet, and an understanding of the health care field and complementary alternative health in order to interface with other professionals.
We offer our Professional Reflexology Certification program on two types of schedules. Students on the FASTRAC Weekday Schedule can complete the program in less than five months, three days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9a-5p). Those selecting the Weekend Schedule will attend classes two weekends each month and can complete the program in 10 months.
Through our school's training programs, public classes, reflexology clinic, and community outreach, we are:
Welcome to Nashville Academy of Reflexology, located in Middle Tennessee!
We offer a comprehensive training program for Reflexology Certification
and CE Classes in the Essentials of Reflexology,
as well as Advanced Reflexology Techniques.
Nashville Academy of Reflexology, LLC
4825 Trousdale Drive, Suite 222
Nashville, TN 37220 USA
Foot and Hand Reflexology is a health enhancing art and science based on the principle that reflex points, supportive of balance and wellness for all systems of the body, can be accessed and stimulated through specific reflex techniques applied to the feet and hands. Reflexology is at the forefront of natural alternative therapies today. Current scientific research indicates that through the nervous system connections in the feet and hands, the brain can be alerted to imbalances in areas of the body that need attention. EEG studies show that stimulating these nervous connection points induces a receptive state of relaxation throughout body.
Certified Reflexologists are taking their profession into nursing, caregiving, spas, wellness centers, clinics, doctor’s offices, health clubs, and private practice. In the State of Tennessee, Reflexology is governed by the Health Related Board and our school operates under the authorization of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.