The Reflexology Association of America is the national reflexology membership organization in the United States. A minimum of 300 hours of initial training is required to be eligible for a Professional level membership with RAA. Reflexologists with less than Professional level education are invited to join the association as an Associate member.
Many states have developed reflexology chapters, some of which are affiliated with RAA. You may view that list here.
The Reflexology Association of Canada is the national reflexology training and membership organization in Canada. A RAC Reflexology Practitioner has completed 186.5 credit hours in training in foot reflexology, and is eligible to take advanced professional training through the Association.
Many provinces/regions of Canada have developed reflexology chapters affiliated with RAC. For more information visit the RAC website.
The International Council of Reflexologists provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information amongst reflexologists determined to establish Reflexology as a self-regulating profession. Membership is open to all reflexologists, associations, educational institutions and teachers throughout the world regardless of methodology and techniques. ICR currently has members in 26 countries; addresses for which you can find on the Links page of the ICR website.