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Reflexology is a form of alternative or complementary medicine and involves a method of treatment using massage to reflex areas found in the feet and the hands. Most commonly, the feet are used as the areas to be treated. The British Reflexology Association was founded in 1985 to act as a representative body for persons practising the method of reflexology as a profession and for student training in the method. The Association aims to help promote the practice of reflexology in Great Britain and abroad.
A register of members is published yearly and is available to non-members for a small fee. A list of members is also included on the BRA website. Footprints is the official newsletter of the Association, issued four times a year and free to members. The Association holds lecture days throughout the year covering subjects associated with the practice of reflexology. Many of the lecture days are open to non-members.
Last updated on 06/11/2013
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