About Us

About The Association of Reproductive Reflexology

Who We Are?

We are a professional body of practitioners with an advanced standard of Reproductive Reflexology training that the general public can rely upon as a kite mark for excellence.

Launched in October 2011, the organisation exists to promote best practice in this important area of therapy both for the public and for the Members.

The ARR provides ongoing support to therapists in this complex and demanding field of work.

One of the main aims of the Association is to undertake clinical research into the effectiveness of reflexology in the treatment of infertility so that Reproductive Reflexology gains more credence in the public view.

Membership is currently open to qualified reflexologists who have completed a course of training with Barbara Scott of Seren Natural Fertility.

For more details of the course and current venues please click here.

For more information about the Association, please contact Barbara Scott on 01267 290819 or ‘Contact Us‘ by email.


How does Reprolfexology work?

How does Reproflexology work?

It uses specific & prescriptive treatment protocols to address fertility health for both men and women

It aims to regulate menstrual cycles and ensure that each stage is functioning at its best

It aims to improve sperm production and functionality

It aims to assist any underlying conditions – male or female

It uses structured and prescriptive treatment protocols supporting all forms of assisted conception

It is one of the most effective forms of integrated medicine using results from medical testing to measure improvements

Our Aims & Objectives

To promote the welfare and professional development of the members

To create a collective body of professional, well trained and respected reproductive reflexologists, in whom both the wider public and the medical profession have faith and trust

To gather, spread and share pertinent information from and to the members, thereby enabling us to strengthen and broaden our knowledge base

To encourage research into the practice of reproductive reflexology

To act as a centralised point of information related to reproductive reflexology

To promote and encourage CPD (continuing professional development) of skills and competencies of the members

To act as a networking facility for the members

To promote the services of the members to the medical profession and potential clients