Reflexology Association of America
Serving the profession since 1995
Standards and Ethics
The RAA Code of Ethics is a public statement of the common set of values and principles used to promote and maintain high standards of conduct within the practice of reflexology. The RAA Code of Ethics speaks directly to the relationship between reflexologists and their clients.
Reflexology Association of America Code of Ethics
As a member of the Reflexology Association of America, I pledge to maintain the highest standards of conduct while providing the highest quality of service possible.
As a RAA member:
The practice of strong ethics is essential to the reputation of the field of reflexology and the welfare of reflexology clients and practitioners of reflexology. The following is a statement of Standards of Practice expected of a member of the Reflexology Association of America.
Pioneers of Reflexology
As a member of the Reflexology Association of America, I vow to uphold the highest standards of conduct as a reflexology practitioner and business professional.
As a RAA member:
Specific techniques and areas of application define the unique quality of reflexology as opposed to any other practice. The traditional practice of reflexology primarily focuses on the theory of reflex maps and their representation on the feet, hands and outer ears.
Reflexology as a manual practice consists of working with specific finger, thumb and hand techniques, applied to specific reflex areas to stimulate the complex neural pathways linking body systems, supporting the body's efforts to function optimally. Please refer here for the full definition.
Any breach in the Code of Ethics according to the Reflexology Association of America would be grounds for termination of official membership and all its benefits.