RAY OF HOPE REFLEXOLOGY, LLC
RAY OF HOPE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, LLC
Lila M. Mueller, C.R.R., ART (Regd), NBCR
ARCB Board Certified Reflexologist #B01297
Certified in ART
(Advanced Reflexology Techniques) , Anthony Porter, UK
Sorensensistem (TM) Certified: Facial Reflexology, TCM and
Neuro-Foot Reflexology, Ocular Reflex Therapy, Infertility and Hormone Reflex Therapy, Japanese Cosmo Lift
Certified Temprana Reflex Therapist
Sorensensistem (TM) International Instructor (U.S.A.)
Ingham™ Certified in Foot and Hand Reflexology,
Also performs Auricular (Ear) Reflexology
K.H.T. (Korean Hand Therapy)
Preceptor in Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center's
Integrative Medicine Rotoation for Reflexology
April 2006 - One of ten Reflexologists in the USA to be awarded
Membership of the ART Register of Advanced Reflexologists®, London, England
Nominated as a Director to the International Council of Reflexologists 2007
Former Reflexology Association of America Legislation Committee Member
Reflexology Organization of Wisconsin Legislative Watch Member
2009 Board Certified Reflexologist through ARCB
2009 to 2010 Director Reflexology Association of America
2009 to 2012 - Reflexology Association of America Board
2010 to 2012 Vice President Reflexology Association of America
2012 - Acting President of the Integrated Reflexologists of Wisconsin, Inc.
**Facial Reflexology Classes- Belgium, WI - February 23-24, 2013
**Facial Reflexology Classes for March 20-24 were canceled.
Native American Beading with Jean Reddemann (Belgium)
Registration: (262) 629-5264; 12 noon-3:30 p.m
Saturday, March 2, (Native Style Earrings)
Saturday, March 30, (Native Medicine Pouch)
Saturday, April 13, (Native Style Bracelet).
In The Media
Definition of Reflexology
REFLEXOLOGY is a science that deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet, hands, ear, and face which
correspond with all glands, organs and parts of the body.
REFLEXOLOGY is a unique method of using the thumb and fingers on these reflex areas.
REFLEXOLOGY is a complimentary therapy that includes, but is not limited to :
Relieving stress and tension;
Improving blood supply and promote the unblocking of nerve impulses;
Helping nature achieve homeostasis(balance).
Reflexology is a complementary therapy that enhances the body's natural healing process.
Reflexology is a Complementary Therapy that is NOT MASSAGE
The Differences Between Reflexology and Massage
Some people confuse Reflexology with Massage, but they are two different modalities – each with its own strengths. Both, like many other therapies, such as chiropractics, osteopathy, and other somatic practices, involve the use of the hands to apply their techniques. The aim with both Reflexology and Massage is to enhance the well being of the client.
Applied to specific areas (usually feet, hands, and ears) To promote a response from an area far removed from the tissue stimulated via the nervous systems and acupuncture meridians.
Applied to the whole body: muscles and connective tissues locally for local benefit, or when applied to muscles located all over the body, benefits the entire body.
Uses small muscle movements primarily thumbs and finger are used.
Uses large muscle movement. Hands either open or closed and sometimes feet, arms and elbows.
To improve the function of organs and glands, and all systems of the body. Works with the function of the body.
Primarily to change the soft tissue directly stimulated. Works within the structure of the body.
Total body relaxation leading to the balancing of all internal and external body systems; improving circulation via stimulation to then nervous and subtly energy systems.
Local muscle relaxation, or if the body is massaged, then to muscular system improving circulation and reducing muscular tension.
It is not necessary for Reflexology practitioners to study working on a naked body when all they work on are feet, hands, and ears of a fully clothed person.
Basic Nutrition Course
Dr. M. Nasar, M.D. Chicago, IL 1980's
International Institute of Reflexology
St. Petersburg, Florida
Instructors: George S. Balut, Dwight C. Byers, Evelyne Huegi
2003 to present
10th ICR Conference - "The Many Facets of Reflexology",
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 16-18, 2005
Steven Horne, RH (AHG) Professional Herbalist
and Natural Health Consultant,
Tree of Light Institute,
St. George, UT - Clinical Practicum Class 2005
10th Annual Reflexology Association of America Conference
Tucson, AZ May 4-7 2006
6th European Conference of Reflexology,
Limerick, Ireland September 8-10, 2006
2006 Aquatic Therapy Specialty Institute, Chicago, Il. November 16 & 17, 2006,
Instructor - Donna Adler, BA, ATRIC, Liquid/Assets for Fitness, Classes in Tai Chi, and Energy Medicine Application, of Phoenix, AZ
Integrated Foot Hand Ear Reflexology for Pain Control & Stress Reduction
Foot & Hand Reflexology
Matuneck, Rhode Island May 3, 4, 5, 6, 2007
11th ICR (International Council of Reflexologists) Conference
"Simply the Best",
Cairns, Australia, September 14-16, 2007
11th Annual Reflexology Association of America Conference
Portland, ME May 1-4, 2008
12th ICR (International Council of Reflexologists) Conference
"Spotlight on Reflexology"
Los Angeles (Anaheim), CA, September 11-13, 2009
12th Annual Reflexology Association of America Conference
"Stepping Up to New Heights"
Engelwood, CO, May 14-16, 2010
13th Annual Reflexology Association of America Conference "Reflexology in the Circle of Life"
Orlando, FL, May 4-6, 2012
Advanced Studies Include:
5 Elements & 12 Meridians
relating to Reflexology.