Certification program runs September 22, 2017 – February 4, 2018 and takes place over 6 months for a total of 10 required weekends. Complete attendance at all weekend modules is mandatory, and all requirements must be fulfilled for certification.
Times for all weekends: 9am – 5pm
Elysia Bates is a state- and nationally certified teacher of reflexology accredited by the American Commission for Accreditation of Reflexology Education and Training (acaret.org). She is the president of the Reflexology Association of Rhode Island (RARI) and a full-time practicing reflexologist of fourteen years. Elysia practices and teaches in New England, including 9 years of teaching a Certification Program. Elysia was honored in 2012 by the Reflexology Association of America for helping to set-up and launch a Integrative Medicine Program at Day Kimball Hospital. She continues to work with Hospice patients through Day Kimball’s’ Hospice and Palliative Care Program in Putnam, Ct. and The Center for Hospice Care in Norwich, Ct. Elysia has continued her own studies with reflexologists from New Zealand, Denmark, and Taiwan and enjoys organizing events to promote reflexology , including public speaking and international workshops.