Any individual who desires
to practice as a registered certified reflexologist in Tennessee shall apply to
the Division on forms provided by the Division.
1. All applicants shall submit the fees
required by rule 1200-10-2-.06.
All applicants shall submit a clear and recognizable, recently taken,
"passport-style" photograph which shows the full head, face forward from at
least the top of the shoulders up.
(b) It is the intent of this rule that all
steps necessary to accomplish the filing of the required documentation be
completed prior to filing an application and that all documentation be filed
(a) An applicant shall cause to
have submitted documentation of completion of a two hundred (200) hour
reflexology only course offered by an institution approved by the Tennessee
Higher Education Commission or its equivalent in other states. It is the
applicant's responsibility to request that such documentation be submitted
directly from the course provider to the Administrative Office.
(b) An applicant shall submit proof that
he/she has attained eighteen (18) years of age.
(c) An applicant shall provide evidence of
good moral character by submitting two (2) original letters attesting to the
applicant's character from health care professionals on the signator's
letterhead. The letters cannot be from immediate family and/or
(d) An applicant shall
attest that he/she has not been convicted of any felony under the laws of this
state or any other state within ten (10) years of applying for
(e) An applicant
shall cause to be submitted to the Administrative Office directly from the
vendor identified in the Division's registration application materials, the
result of a criminal background check.
If an applicant has ever been authorized
to practice as a reflexologist or any other health profession in any other
state or country, the applicant shall cause to be submitted the equivalent of a
Tennessee Certificate of Endorsement from each such licensing agency which
indicates the applicant either holds a current or active authorization to
practice as a reflexologist or other health professional and
1. whether the authorization to practice is
in good standing; and
the authorization to practice has imposed or pending disciplinary action;
3. if the authorization to
practice is currently inactive, whether it was in good standing at the time it
is the applicant's responsibility to request the information required in
subparagraph (f) be submitted directly from each such licensing agency to the
Tenn. Comp. R. &
Original rule filed
April 26, 2002; effective August 28, 2002. Amendment filed November 2, 2004;
effective March 30, 2005. Amendments filed January 23, 2006; effective May 31,
Authority: T.C.A. §§
63-30-102, 63-30-103, 63-30-104,
63-30-106, 63-30-111, and 63-30-112.