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ITEC Reflexology Level 3

ITEC Anatomy, physiology  & Pathology Level 3

ITEC Body Massage Level 3

Association of Reflexologists

Title: MAR

Full Member

Federation of Holitistic Therapists


Full Member


Level 4 Advance trained.

Fully insured.


Fully trained.

Advanced trained.

Susan Quayle's: The Children's Reflexology Intsructor

Children's Reflexology Instructor

Fully Insured.

DBS Checked

First Aid Trained

Common Questions...

I am regularly asked the same questions and so here I hope to provide a little more information:

Q-Where did you train for Reflexology?

I did my training with Devon Academy of Complementary Therapies in Exeter. 

I chose to do my training with them because:

1) They provide iTEC qualifications, which are easily recognized and accepted by insurance companies.

2)This iTEC training is a comprehensive qualification which sets you up ready to become a working therapist.

3) The time scale and the attendance dates, fitted in well with my work and childcare schedules. 

4) DACT accommodate a payment plan so it is financial affordable.

For further information please visit https://www.accreditedmassagetraining.co.uk/

Q-How do I find out more about training to become a Reflexologist?

The first place to consider visiting after this page is the Association of Reflexologist. 

This is the 'Daddy' of the associations with the most highly regarded code of conduct and Ethics that all Reflexologists should work by.

They an impressive Association- highly supportive and very generous with knowledge and helping you with all  therapy business related questions. 

Being accepted to Join the AoR was for a glorious achievement and gave me and my clients the security that the training I had had and the service I am providing is to the highest of standards.

For more information please visit: https://www.aor.org.uk/

Q-Why are you also affiliated with the FHT ( Federation of Holistic Therapists)?

My reasoning to have more than one association to be affiliated with, is down to the desire to have the highest standard of professional conduct within my practice.

Have currently one discipline in Complementary Therapy, can make one insular to other developments in the holistic care community. I feel that to provide my client with the best possible care and service that I can provide- I need to keep up to date and abreast of the latest information relevant to their health.

For any therapist wishing to embark on further disciplines then being associated and regulated under the FHT-which is NHS recognised- provides you and your client with e safety and assurance that you are providing the best service and care for them.

For more information please visit: https://www.fht.org.uk/

Q- What books can you recommend for further reading?

Better Health with foot Reflexology- The Original Ingham Method

The Original Works of Eunice D.Igham- Stories the Feet Can Tell Thru Reflexology, Stories the Feet Have Told Thru Reflexology

Total Reflexology- Martine Faure-Alderson, D.O.

Healing with the Chakra Energy System: Accupresure, Body work and Reflexology for Total Health


Foot Reading -Sam Belyea

The Language of the Feet- Chris Stormer

The Foot Reading Coach- Jane Sheenan

Let's Read Our Feet!- Jane Sheenan

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