|Phone||08 6000 0128|
|Address||Duncraig WA 6023|
Perth School of Reflexology was established by Hollie Ann Kelly and Karen Bishop in Perth, Western Australia in 2012. Both Hollie and Karen have had many years experience in Reflexology, run their own private practices and are Accredited Trainers of the Reflexology Association of Australia.
Creating the School came about as they saw a need for more Reflexology practitioners to spread the word of the benefits of this amazing modality, yet there were very limited facilities to train at a high enough level in Western Australia.
About Hollie Ann Kelly
"Even after 25 years of practice, this wonderful modality never ceases to amaze me!” says Hollie. Hollie completed her Practitioner Qualification in 1992 in London, England. She has since built a busy home practice as well as working in various settings including: Cancer Units, Hospitals, Aged Care and Disability Centres. She began teaching Reflexology in 2002 and pioneered a new curriculum syllabus aimed at Adults with Disabilities for her local Government Authority.
Since arriving in Perth in 2005, Hollie completed the Cert. IV Training & Assessment qualification enabling her to deliver Reflexology Units at Central Institute of Technology (formerly TAFE) as well as Introduction to Reflexology at Endeavour College.
Hollie obtained Professional Membership of the Reflexology Association of Australia in 2008 and has held the positions of Vice Chairperson and Chairperson for the WA Branch.
About Karen Bishop
Karen previously worked in the IT Industry for over 15 years where she enjoyed assisting and training staff in all aspects of this industry. She became very aware of the many benefits of Complementary Therapies during this time, which led her to train as a Reflexologist 12 years ago. She helps women with hormonal issues from teenagers to menopause.
Karen also offers courses in Indian Head Massage.
Karen obtained Professional Membership of the Reflexology Association of Australia in 2007. She held the position of Board Director from 2011 – 2013, and was also on the committee for the WA National Conference which was held in Perth In October 2016. Karen is currently the WA Secreatary of the RAoA branch.