I don't think I am completely following your question here - are you concerned about the ethics of who should be administering the sessions? Is there an education difference amongst the bodyworkers in question? Is there a struggle with management about customer education over the phone? Or is this in fact a legislation question about the governance of Reflexologists in Ohio?
If you can provide us with some more details it would be helpful to know which direction this topic is going.
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Anyone can practice massage here, as long as they do not call themselves MT's or bodyworkers. If I were to join a practice as the only trained practitioner, I could not insist that my schedule be filled before those with seniority got work. Seniority goes a very long way - and it should. It's perfectly legal to do the work.
Your training, on the other hand, is a great selling point. I would expect that those who have sessions with you will notice that training and see effectiveness, and then request you for further sessions. You will build a client base.