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2021-11-16
Recommended CPD Courses

We have recently added few
CPD courses and will be adding
more constanly!

Check our 'CPD Courses'
section regularly for updates
to find the one you wish to learn!

"Learning is a treasure that will
follow its owner everywhere"

2021-11-15
Recommended OBUS CPD Training

Dear Members,
Just a reminder to look up
OBUS SCHOOL for
their range of CPD training.
All courses now are face-to-face
and hands-on!
More Details >>HERE>>

Highly Recommended!

2021-11-01
FINDING A REFLEXOLOGIST

If you are looking for REFLEXOLOGIST
you are in good place!
Please follow this >>link>>
for our live-website listing.

All listed therapists are highly
trained and fully insured.

If you have a private health
insurance
you may be able
to claim back part of the fee paid!

Enjoy the treatment!

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.
Apply Here

Here are guidelines that could be useful for those creating NRRI Networking Groups

The role of a Network Leader:

A network leader must be a current member of the NRRI.
The Network leader must register the Network group with the Registry Office using the official form available from the Registry and provide prompt up-dates, particularly with regard to membership..

Registration of the networking group will ensure that :
- members will receive their correct CPD entitlements which will be recorded on the NRRI
data base.
- the Network group will be listed on the NRRI website and in the quarterly
journalReflexions.

The leader organises regular meetings of reflexologists' in a local area.
These local networks must be self-financing.
The leader must complete the official report form to be returned to the registry after each meeting.
The report form must be countersigned by each member in attendance.

The purpose of these local network meetings :
- To facilitate interaction between reflexologists.
- To share the benefits of exchanging reflexology treatments with each other.
- To exchange knowledge and information through discussions of case histories.
- To promote CPD through the group's activity.
- To cooperate in promoting reflexology through local activities and institutions.

>>LIST OF NRRI REGISTERED NETWORK GROUPS>>

Network Group Registration forms and Network Group report forms are available from the Registry Office on request.

 

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