ICR RECOGNITION AWARDS
Reflexology is not only a field of service, but it is also about a variety of ways within reflexology that we can serve.
One way to serve, that we all do, is to provide aid or help as we assist those we work on to better health.
A second way is to work for an ideal or to work to accomplish something bigger than ourselves and our special interests. This is accomplished through the donation of one’s time, energy, and finances for the greater good of the field.
At each biennial conference, ICR takes the opportunity to honor those who serve in an outstanding way.
Research is one-way Reflexology will advance and eventually become a credible profession. An important area of research is to validate and bring credibility to Reflexology by exploring how it works through research conducted following rigorous scientific standards.
The Ollie Bailey Service award is named in honor of Ollie Bailey who served on the ICR Board from 1991-1996 and was the conference convener at the Vancouver conference in 1995. Ollie passed away unexpectedly after the conference. To honor her dedication and service an award was named for her.
This award is presented to an individual in recognition and
This award is presented to a deserving individual in the host country of the conference. Eunice Ingham is acknowledged around the world as the mother of reflexology. She was a pioneer who devoted her life to developing reflexology and taking it across the United States. From there it has spread to every corner of the globe helping people to better health naturally.
This award is presented to an individual who has dedicated their time to sharing their extensive knowledge and skill in the field of reflexology.
ICR Members can submit nominations via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations must include a photograph and a short biography of the nominee.
Nominations must be received by ICR no later than May 31st of each conference year.