Frances Murray was doing reflexology before many of the people practicing in joints popping up around the Valley graduated kindergarten. Walk into Reflexology Relief in Summerlin and you’ll see her 1998 certification from the American Reflexology Board, earned through 200 hours of training, proudly displayed. Certification and licenses separate real reflexologists from people simply doing fancy foot massages, says Sarah Wagner, who offers reflexology for expectant mothers at St. Rose Women’s Care Center. Another? “A good reflexologist should never diagnose medical issues or prescribe treatment,” she says. Murray agrees. Her job is to address not a condition or area, but the whole person—via the feet’s nerve centers—creating a relaxed body that can heal itself.
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