NCRA

The North Carolina Reflexology Association

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NCRA – The North Carolina Reflexology Association

The NCRA is a nonprofit corporation organized in 2000 to unite Reflexologists for the common benefit of the profession in North Carolina, the nation and the world.  Among others, our goals include the initiation of legislation for self regulation, the creation of continuing education opportunities, the support of new research, to give support to the voice of the Reflexology Association of America, to promote credentialing by sponsoring training programs that prepare students for certification by the American Reflexology Certification Board, to educate the public regarding Reflexology and to support and encourage each other in professional evolution. 

NCRA Legislation

The North Carolina Reflexology Association is currently resisting the attempts by the North Carolina Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy and their legal advisors to regulate the reflexology profession as though it were a form of massage, claiming that reflexology is being used as a front for human trafficking operations.
In the nearly 30 year history of ARCB, there has NEVER been an ARCB certificant charged or suspected of involvement in any illicit activity.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to unite Professional Reflexologists with a communication network, consider legislative issues, continuing education opportunities as well as to inform the public, friends and benefactors of reflexology about the benefits and scientific research being currently and recently conducted.

Our Website

NCRA has been in existence since 2000 in an effort to define and regulate professional reflexology in North Carolina.This website has as its primary purpose to clarify the concept and intent of the field of professional reflexology and to offer contact information to those professionals. Also to present information about our organization, its history, purpose and activities. 

ARCB Nationally Board Certified Reflexologist

If you’re searching for an ARCB Reflexologist in NC, you may click on the Practitioners Link to find one close to you. By agreement with the NC Massage Board (NCBMBT), all listed Professional Members are Nationally Board Certified by the agreed deadline and legally permitted to work in North Carolina.

Our History & Purpose

The NCRA is a nonprofit corporation organized in 2000 to unite Reflexologists for the common benefit of the profession in North Carolina, the nation and the world.  Among others, our goals include the initiation of legislation for self regulation, the creation of continuing education opportunities, the support of new research, to give support to the voice of the Reflexology Association of America, to promote credentialing by sponsoring training programs that prepare students for certification by the American Reflexology Certification Board, to educate the public regarding Reflexology and to support and encourage each other in professional evolution. 

Our Story

NCRA has spent nearly 2 years in legislation in an attempt to continue self-regulation and to block attempts to homogenize our stand-alone practice with the massage industry.