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2022-11-09
EARLY BIRD Bookings NOW OPEN

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

Early Bird Bookings for our
Reflexology Symposium 2023
are now OPEN!

Book Now (deposit option available) and secure your place!

Early Bird offer ends 28th February 2023!

More information and bookings >>HERE>>
:-)

NRRI TEAM

2022-10-21
NRRI NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 2023

Finally, after long wait, we have fantastic announcement!
NRRI National Reflexology Symposium 2023 will take place on 21st October 2023 in Lucan Spa Hotel in Dublin.

We cannot be happy enough to introduce our speakers:

MAUREEN FYNES
"The Successful Practitioner"

LEE ANTHONY TAYLOR
"Don't Shoot the Messenger"

JUDY BUCKLEY
"Reflexology for Special Needs"

EDUARDO LUIS
"Paedriatic Reflexology"

More information and bookings >>HERE>>
:-)

NRRI TEAM

2022-10-20
NEW CPD Courses Added!

Dear Members and Fellow Reflexologists

Please check our CPD Courses
listing as we have added new
FANTASTIC courses.

CPD LIST >>HERE>>

We will be adding more soon
so check it regularly. ;-)

Welcome to our website
NRRI was established in 1998 as a registered non-profit making professional body to regulate the practice of reflexology in Ireland as a complementary therapy, through qualified registered members and affiliated schools.
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NRRI Research Forum

The Trustess in conjunction with the Principals of the NRRI accredited schools have established a Reflexology Research Forum.

The inaugural meeting of the NRRI Research Forum took place in Mullingar at the Bloomfield House Hotel on Sunday 30th September 2007.

The meeting adopted the following Mission Statement:


"To provide encouragement, support and guidelines for the development
of quality reflexology through the collection and sharing of research data."


  • What is reflexology research?
  • Research Methodology
  • Setting up our own data base
  • Compiling case studies series
  • Adding research modules into our schools' curriculum
  • Support through guidelines for any pilot projects
  • A look at reflexology research projects in Ireland and abroad
  • A look at funding, and handouts on websites and agencies

The lecture contents and handouts were well covered, and project guidelines were set out. The importance of uniformity of case study formats was emphasised to facilitate analysis for the collection of data. It was agreed that well written case studies would form the basis for the initial work of the forum.

RESEARCH GUIDELINES>>

Do you feel that you could get yourself involved in reflexology research?
Would like to share your case histories and/or your observation data?
If you simply wish to join
NRRI Research Forum and contribute in developing and improving Reflexology just print the form below:

>>NRRI Research Forum 2009 Extract Form>>

and/or contact
NRRI REGISTRY

!!!CPD CREDITS for ACTIVITY in REFLEXOLOGY RESEARCH:
TO ENCOURAGE OUR MEMBERS TO SUBMIT THEIR CAS STUDIES FOR NRRI RESEARCH FORUM, REGISTRY TRUSTEES DECIDED TO REWARD ACTIVE 'RESEARCHERS' WITH NRRI CPD CREDITS:
A. SUBMISSION OF ‘NRRI EXTRACT FORM' = 25 NRRI CPD CREDITS (approved and confirmed by NRRI)
B. PARTICIPATING IN ‘NRRI RESEARCH FORUM' MEETING = 25 NRRI CPD CREDITS
C. OTHER ‘ACTIVITY' = 25-100 NRRI CPD CREDITS (assessed by NRRI Registry)

 

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