Reflexology Workshop

Reflexology Workshop-Meridian Reflexology
Chinese Meridians

Reflexology Workshop in Portland

Oregon Reflexology Network presents:

Introduction to Meridian Reflexology

by Teri Hoskins

Saturday, October 27, 2018

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

4 ARCB-approved CEs

Oregon School of Massage – Portland

ORN Members: $75; Non Members: $85

Not a member? You can join on the ORN JOIN US page.

By check: ORN, PO Box 765, Stevenson, WA 98648

PayPal: ORN Workshop page

9500 SW Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR    Enter around the back of the red brick Randall Group building.

The Chinese Meridians

are a network of energy pathways that run through the body. They are similar to the zone theory traditionally known in Reflexology. Six of the twelve major meridians start or end in the toes and penetrate the digestion organs:  liver, spleen/pancreas, stomach, gall bladder, bladder and the kidneys. Our reflexology workshop will cover a brief overview of the Meridians and teach some hands-on techniques. The participant will be able to:

  1. Determine physical imbalances by observing the feet,
  2. Recognize congestion along the meridians,
  3. Apply techniques to stimulate the meridians and reflex points, and
  4. Understand what reflex points and areas to focus on based on meridian imbalances.

This meridian knowledge allows the reflexologist to determine what areas should be emphasized during the session. This class will be 35 to 40% hands-on.


Instructor Teri Hoskins, Certified Reflexologist

Teri Hoskins became a certified reflexologist and opened a reflexology practice in March 1995. She studied at the Seattle Reflexology &  Massage Center, the International Institute of Reflexology, and in South Africa at The International School of Reflexology and Meridian Therapy. She started teaching reflexology in August 1997.

Reflexology Workshop - Meridian Reflexology
Teri Hoskins

In August of 2000, Teri was appointed the USA Director for an international reflexology school. She opened the first of these USA schools in Olympia, WA, and then branched out and oversaw three other campuses and school directors in Washington for eight years. Since resigning as the USA Director, she continues to teach reflexology and meridian therapy as it relates to reflexology. She is one of the primary reflexology instructors at the Bellevue Massage School. Teri maintains a successful private practice in Olympia.