The Maine Council of Reflexologists

Secretary:  207-592-4573

Again using micro body maps, some practitioners are practicing a form of face reflexology.

Small feet, big feet...hands and ears are a treat.

All ages enjoy the benefits of reflexology.

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We're all searching for ways of staying well, not just getting better. We believe holistic health care can improve many modalities such as good nutrition, exercise, spinal alignments, massage and reflexology.

Reflexology is not a 'cure", but many of our clients have experienced relief from their health conditions. 

“Reflexology helps reduce my body stress and
the pain in my shoulder!”
A.G., Corporate Manager

“ I received my 1/2 hour a gift at my
workplace. As a nurse for the past 38 years, I
have spent a lot of time on my feet...I actually
felt as if I had new feet and continued to feel
that way for several days along with feeling
very relaxed and sleeping very well.”
E. D., Registered Nurse



Afternoon program 2:00-4:00 To be announced. More on meetings and workshops

Next MCR Meeting

will be May 20, 2017, in Augusta, Maine. 

Meetings start with social/networking at 9:00. Business meetings are 9:30-12:30. Lunch 12:30-1:30. Auction 1:30-2:00. 

We have over 60 professional reflexologists in our membership. 

Maine Council of Reflexologists

  • brings public awareness about this complementary therapy that nurtures your feet and hands to better your health
  • provides a forum for sharing information through speaking engagements to community groups
  • maintains a strong voice for the reflexology profession in the state of Maine.
  • provides networking for professionals
  • holds general membership meetings 3 times annually
  • provides ARCB approved continuing education for members


The feet are the most well known and popular area where reflex body maps are found and worked on, but hands and ears have reflex body maps and add to the benefits of a session.

What body areas do reflexologists work on?