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2020-09-15
NRRI ACCREDITED PRACTITIONER's DIPLOMA 2020/2021

DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE
TO
TRAIN WITH THE BEST!!!

START A NEW CAREER
AS A PROFESSIONAL
REFLEXOLOGIST!

Our Accredited Schools
are Enrolling Now!
Nationwide!!!

2020-06-22
GUIDE FOR MEMBERS TO RE-OPEN

Dear Members!
We have prepared brief
guidelines for you on how
to safely re-open your
practice.

>>GUIDE>>

We hope you will find
it useful. ;-)

2020-05-23
NRRI Office announcement - COVID-19 - REPLY FROM MINISTER OF HEALTH

Dear Members,

Without any prejudice to what other associations are saying here is our view on current situation with COVID-19 lockdown and getting back to work.

The government is doing the best they can to stop spreading of the virus. They have protocols and ‘Road Map' in place to follow in order to stop the disease.

Asking them to speed-up this regulation would be just reckless if you care for your own health and the others.

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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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National Register of Reflexologists - Our Objectives

We are an organisation dedicated to providing Ireland with a register of professional Reflexologists and training centres. NRRI Members are accredited as a professional practitioners by IRISH LIFE Health, LAYA-Healthcare and VHI Healthcare.

The 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 (currently about 1600 members) and affilliated schools (currently 8 schools).

The practical aims of the NRRI can be summarised as follows:

  • To compile and maintain a National Register and referral list of qualified Reflexologists.
  • To establish the educational criteria necessary to qualify as a professional Reflexologist and maintain continual professional development.
  • To compile and maintain a National Register of accredited Schools of Reflexology.
  • To provide and enforce a Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct for the benefit of registered practitioners and their clients.
  • To provide and maintain professional standards of excellence and competence.
  • To provide up to date information on all aspects of Reflexology.
  • To establish research facilities for Reflexology.
  • To provide a quality Journal 'Reflexions'.
  • To facilitate Professional Indemnity and Public Liability insurance for members.
  • To represent the interests of registered members at national and European Union levels.
  • To disseminate accurate and up to date information on all aspects of Reflexology to the public, the media, and other interested groups and official bodies.

Registrants are entitled to use the designatory letters MNRRI denoting Member(ship) of the National Register of Reflexologists (Ireland) and to use the title of 'Registered Reflexologist' on their professional letterheads, business cards, and promotional material.

A registration fee of 60 euro is payable with each application for membership together with the annual membership fee of 90 euro (first year).

A Certificate of Registration bearing the official Seal is issued to each registered member.

Inclusion on the Register is at the discretion of the Registrar from whom application forms can be obtained and to whom all applications and correspondence should be addressed.

NRRI members listed on our website are accredited by: IRISH LIFE Health, LAYA-Healthcare and VHI Healthcare.

In 2017 NRRI has transformed into Limited Company (Director: Gerald du Bois, Secretary: Tomasz Stanczyk). The board is working together with the Advisory Council (principals of accredited schools) on regulation of reflexology in Ireland.

Criteria for NRRI Registration and Membership

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