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2024-06-21
"REFLEXOLOGY & MERIDIANS/TCM" 2-day CPD workshop!

This is a great honour to be hosting Dr. EDUARDO LUIS from Portugal to teach again in Ireland. This time he will present his most favourite topic of connecting REFLEXOLOGY with MERIDIANS and TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE.
This 2-day, hands-on, CPD workshop takes place on Sat 19th + Sun 20th October 2024 at LUCAN SPA HOTEL in Dublin.

Don't Miss the Chance to Train with the Best!

Places strictly limited, please book early to avoid disappointment.
More info and bookings >>HERE>>

2024-06-09
SUMMER HOLIDAYS!

Dear Members & Friends!

OUR STAFF IS GOING FOR SUMMER VACATION!

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Registry Office will be closed from
MONDAY 10th of June and will
re-open on THURSDAY 20th of June.

Please leave a voice mail or send email to:
[email protected] and we will contact as soon as possible upon our return.

Our sincere apologies for any
inconvenience this may cause.

Tomasz & Anna

 

2024-05-29
Warm Welcome to NEW ACCREDITED SCHOOL!

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"SOLACE Holistic Centre" based in Clonakilty, Co. Cork has met the NRRI Criteria and has been approved to teach NRRI Accredited Diploma in Reflexology!

Warm Welcome to Joyce O'Sullivan - principal & tutor.

NEXT DIPLOMA COURSE
starts on 4th SEPTEMBER 2024!

MORE DETAILS >>here>>

 

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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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Dear members,

For more than twelve months there has been uncertainty regarding reflexology practice within the context of government Covid-19 restrictions. Today we are pleased to announce following legal consultations that the NRRI is in a position to advise our members that they are now entitled to resume their practice.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have made many and consistent representations on your behalf to the Department of Health. We have stated our case in writing to the Minister of Health that whether or not a treatment is essential depends on the need and condition of the client and the professional opinion of the therapist. Within these criteria the NRRI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct in fact require the reflexologist to provide treatment.

In the absence of any response from the Minister or the Department of Health the NRRI has obtained two independent opinions from individual solicitors, both solicitors agree "that reflexologists are entitled to treat patients the same as other medical professionals observing of course the appropriate guidelines".

We fully accept that the restrictions that are currently in place are there to protect us all and keep us safe during this pandemic and we do not advocate going against any Governments guidelines. However with all aspects considered, the NRRI Registrar and Board of Directors in consultation with the NRRI Advisory Council consider that members are now entitled to resume practise.

Whilst this is our recommendation for our members it must be stressed that each and every member of the NRRI must assess their own professional requirements and personal situation and consider each request for reflexology treatment on its merits relative to the condition and needs of the client.

Members should only practise where they can strictly adhere to all health and safety Covid-19 guidelines >>more info here>>

Yours sincerely

NRRI

 

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