Ethics standards & Disclaimer


Walking in the woodsEthics standards & disclaimer

This Reflexology establishment has the following ethics standards, as stated by the Reflexology Association of America:
• Maintain the highest standard of professional conduct.
• Provide services in an ethical and professional manner in relation to clientele, business     associates, health care professionals, and the public.
• Practice within the professional boundaries of the practitioners training.
• Ensure client comfort and safety.
• Protect client privacy.
• Respect client confidentiality.
• Maintain anonymity of the client when discussing the client’s case with other professionals, unless written consent is obtained.
• Reflexology Association of America: The national Association of Reflexology. A nonprofit association established in 1995 with membership from the U.S. and International; reflexology practitioners, students, state associations, schools and centers. Dedicated to the growth of reflexology a profession.
• Visit  www.Reflexology-usa.org, a site full of reflexology information; a place for all to ask and share.
• Reflexology is NOT a cure for any medical conditions or issues. If you have any sickness, injury or ailment you should consult your Medical Physician. Talk with your Medical Physician before taking reflexology.
• Always contact your Medical Physician when you have any physical or mental concerns.

Anneli Leander is a professional member of  RAA, Reflexology Association of America, please find out more about reflexology on the RAA website (see this page). Anneli Leander is also a member of ABMP, Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. 

 

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Reflexology does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.