JANUARY 21 from 2PM TO 4PM

The School of Therapeutic 

Reflex​ology and CE Classes

Saturday January 21, 2023

2pm to 4pm

Have you ever wondered what reflexology is? 

Now is the time to experience it with FREE 10 minute Sessions!

Free 10-minute reflexology sessions 

Speak with graduate & practitioner,  Marci Clark​, Certified Reflexologist

Review curriculum and textbooks used in becoming a professional reflexologist

Ask intructor and director, Teri Hoskins, questions, CR

Enjoy refreshments and visit with others

Learn Reflexology and make a difference in your life & others

Foot and hand reflexology is a scientific art based on the premise that there are zones and reflex areas in the feet and hands which correspond to all body parts. The physical act of applying specific pressures using thumb, finger and hand techniques result in stress reduction which causes a physiological change in the body.

Reflexology is a holistic energy-based modality, working through the energies of the nervous, electrical, chemical and magnetic systems of the body. It utilizes manual techniques unique to the field of Reflexology. These techniques are applied to reflex maps resembling the human body, which are believed to exist on the feet and hands.


CPR for the LMT

CPR for the LMT conforms to current required guidelines.  Licensed massage therapists must now keep CPR current. You'll leave the class with the skills necessary to effectively administer CPR for first aid to adults. This class meets the requirements of Washington State Department of Health, NEW massage rules: WAC 246-830-020 Applications(e) Proof of certification in American Red Cross First Aid and American Heart Association CPR or equivalent.  AND WAC 246-830-475 CE requirements (2) The following categories of CE are mandatory: (c) maintenance of certification in American Heart Association CPR or equivalent.  A max of 4 hours is allowed per reporting period. For additional information: