A member has the right to refuse treatment provided such treatment is given in a professional manner.
Members have a responsibility to continue their personal and professional development by updating their training and skills, and by conferring with colleagues with a view to increasing their knowledge and awareness
A member who practices another therapy in conjunction with Reflexology must make it clear to the client that such secondary therapy is not part of the Reflexology treatment.
A practising member must have full malpractice and public liability insurance cover.
A member wishing to teach Reflexology must have a minimum of five years postgraduate clinical experience
Assistants must have a minimum of three years postgraduate experience, and must themselves be registered members of the National Register of Reflexologists (Ireland).
A "Complaints Procedure" is available to members, students and clients, and anyone wishing to avail of the service should bring the matter to the attention of the Register in writing, for it to be placed before the N.R.R.I. Executive Committee for their consideration.
Any proposed addition, deletion or amendment to this Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct will be considered by the N.R.R.I. Executive Committee whose final decision will be notified to members.