Become a Registered Reflexologist with ACART
Empowering reflexologists, Canada wide, to be successful in the Reflexology Industry.

Have questions or require help? 
Contact our admin team here

Yearly Membership
$ 130/ per year
✔️ Registered Reflexology Therapist 

✔️ Access to member resources/training

✔️ Community support with your business 

Registered ACART Members and growing
 Years of Expertise
RRT Certified
Receive a RRT # certification
What our members say about us!
Haley Lorman
I joined ACART in November 2022, shortly after being certified in reflexology. 

I was seeking community in the reflexology industry. 

I also knew the importance of being registered and the credibility behind that. It has the potential to gain more traction with clientele and have coverage with insurance companies. 

I believe I found exactly what I was looking for, with gaining support from fellow reflexologist across the country. 

I have gained insight and ideas for my business and I get excited to work along side of and share ideas with others!
Marilyn Roberts
I originally trained with the Reflexology association of Canada but at that time there hadn't been a local chapter in Nova Scotia. 

I had been really excited to see a local chapter called NSARP which is now known as ACART. 

I felt it was important to have a certificate from an association hanging on my wall, which gave me creditability for my studies. 

I helped encourage the association to meet twice a year because I personally felt lost after the winter months and knew coming together in the spring would help build connections, share ideas and increase business knowledge.
Eileen Oickle
I became a member of ACART in 2020 upon receiving my certificate in Foot reflexology. 

My decision to join was because I learned that if I had any clients with insurance that covers reflexology they could not claim it unless I was a member of an Association. 
This was the most logical one to join seeing I live in NS and would have the possibility of attending the AGM's and Fall conferences  which, along with the trainings provided at these events earns me 24 primary ceus every 2 years which exceed the required amount. 

I also like how ACART is making more and more efforts each year to provide further benefits for it's members and seeking to do everything possible to get more recognition with insurance companies. 
The Association is very member oriented now.
What can I expect from joining an association?
Being part of an association holds you, the reflexologist to a higher standard. 

You receive support from our board of directors and members in regards to your business and the modality. 
How long does the registration process take?
This is dependent on what information you have ready to go. 
To become a registered reflexologist, you require an up to date first aid certificate, personal liability insurance, criminal record check and certification of course completion from one of the accepted courses. 

Our admin team is very quick to get everything moving once they have received the required documentation. 
What programs are approved to become a registered reflexologist?
Take a look at our list of approved programs here

If you do not see your school listed, please email our admin team at 
What are continued education units and why do I require to do them?
Continued education is a requirement with our membership. 
Continued education helps our members to develop their knowledge and skills. 

You can read all about continued education here
​Do you have in person events and meetings?
Yes! We love building our ACART community and host two events yearly. 

Our annual general meeting and general meeting. 

This is an opportunity for members to get together, learn about what our board has been doing and take part in optional trainings.

You can find our upcoming events here
How do I contact someone?
For general inquires, you can contact our President, Haley at

For membership questions, you can contact our Admin, Patricia at

For CEU and treasurer related questions, you can contact our treasurer, Eileen at