Who needs to be licensed? Anyone advertising and receiving payment for providing reflexology in North Dakota must be licensed in ND. This includes anyone working in a North Dakota spa, massage therapy office, salon, chiropractic office, etc. that advertises for reflexology and receives payment for reflexology services. Anyone that practices without a license may face a class B misdemenor charge. The NDRB licensing requirements are as follows: It is recommended that you contact Richelle Presser at email@example.com or call 701-220-9049 if you have any questions about what will or will not be counted before taking any class or paying any money to make certain the Board will accept the hours of training. Generally speaking educational programs for reflexology must have hands on training and should have instructors and programs that meet guidelines that will be recognized and accepted by the American Reflexology Certification Board, and / or the Reflexology Association of America. The ND Reflexology Board may also independently award CEU credits but those credits may, or may not, be recognized by the ARCB or RAA. You need a minimum of 100 hours of preparation. A minimum of 40 hours of hands on / in-class hours by a NDRB approved provider is mandatory. Copies of 25 documentations of sessions are also required. The rest of the 100 hours can be additional class hours, additional documentations, or working with a NDBR approved mentor. Again this should be approved in advance by the NDRB. Bring the documentations and copies of the transcripts from your class to your testing site. Depending upon where you receive your education, you will have different kinds of documentation of the training you have received. Whatever training is submitted must relate directly to reflexology to be counted. Once the original guidelines have been met additional hours related to establishing or maintaining a business, such as marketing, ethics, etc. may be accepted for CEU's.