The Reflexology Association of Australia Limited

National Office 07 3396 9001


All RAoA Members and Non-Members welcome! To see our full calendar of events, click on "Education Events" in the menu.


RAoA 2019 National Workshop

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2019 AGM & Workshop Weekend

Australian Reflexology Conference 2020

The Reflexology Association of Australia is excited to invite all members and other interested parties to the 2020 Conference ‘Vision to the Future’ being held on 16th to 18th October 2020 at the Novotel, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW. Come celebrate our Vision to the Future’ Conference and immerse yourselves in this educational and entertaining event.

RAoA Conference 2020

Reflexology Association of Australia Limited 1300 733 711Mission Statement

To strengthen reflexology and the knowledge of reflexologists through evidence-based practice, research and promotion.


To be the leading representative body of reflexology in Australia.


About Us

Introduction to the Reflexology Association of Australia

The Reflexology Association of Australia is an independent, non-profit organisation and is not affiliated with any educational institution. It is managed by a National Board of Directors and has branch committees in each State. All positions are honorary.

The Reflexology Association of Australia has been in existence since 1989, when it was first incorporated in Victoria and subsequently in all other states. As a National body, Reflexology Association of Australia Limited was registered in July 2002 to further the aims and objectives of the Association, namely:

  • To develop and promote an awareness and understanding of reflexology within the Australian community
  • To represent the interests of the reflexology profession within the public and political arena
  • To establish and maintain uniformity and high standards of training within Australia
  • To maintain a high level of professional practice
  • To serve and protect the needs of all members within the national structure
  • To act as a central information and resource body for all members
  • To act as an advisory body within the jurisdiction of the national body
  • To promote co-operation with international reflexology bodies
  • To establish and maintain relevant national databases of practitioners
  • To provide ongoing professional development for members and a supportive network for reflexologists
  • To promote research and development which support reflexology

  • Volunteering Australia