Chris Carrothers CAHP, RRPr.

Chris has been guiding clients and students along their pathway to natural wellness, for over 20 years. As a former Preventive Dental Assistant, she went from head to toe, expanding her holistic health knowledge by becoming a certified Reflexologist in 1996. She established her company, Steps to Health, in 1998 to provide people with natural, holistic health and wellness. 

Education and training have been part of her practice right from the start. She enjoys sharing information on Aromatherapy and Reflexology through workshops and professional training courses. Her friendly, good-humoured approach and great care ensures that every client's and student’s needs are met. 

Chris attained a Diploma in Adult Education in 2002. Soon after, Steps to Health became, and remains, a recognized school with the Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists (CFA), NAHA and RRCO. Chris is a Certified Aromatherapy Health Professional - Aroma Massage (CAHP®-AM), Level 3: NAHA Certified Clinical Aromatherapist® and Registered Reflexology Practitioner (RRPr®).

Since graduating from the program and becoming a professional member of Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists (CFA) in 2000, Chris has served as Chair of the Education Committee, sits on the current Board of Directors and continues to have an active role in curriculum and standards of education for CFA programs which are now available globally. 

As a lifelong learner, Chris has blended her love of learning with her love of travel. She has had the privilege of attending courses and conferences throughout the world with a myriad of world-renowned educators and speakers.  

* Usage of the legal designation of the certification mark CAHP® 
(Certified Aromatherapy Health Professional) is only applicable to professional CFA members. The CAHP® designation is protected 
under the Canadian trademark laws.

**Usage of legal designation of the certification mark RRPr 
(Registered Reflexology Practitioner) which is only available and applicable to RRCO members. The RRPr designation is protected under trademark laws.