I have been given a wonderful opportunity to help women victimized by sexual abuse at the YWCA of McLean County. I will be able to volunteer my services of bodywork and Reiki to help them reduce stress and anxiety and regain a sense of normalacy with their life again. Here is a brief description … Continue reading Helping Sexual Abuse Victims at the YWCA
I'm going to teach myself this skill as a way to add a fun twist to my reflexology sessions. Maybe also offer it for a girl's night or bacheloretee party. Foot reading (or solestry) is analzing the structure and texture of the feet to understand emotions and personality. The biggest misconception people have is to … Continue reading The Art of Foot Reading
At least 78 percent of the adult population will experience a tension headache at some point in their lives; 13 percent of the US population--or 29.5 million Americans--suffer from debilitating migraines. Headaches create, and intensify with, physical and emotional stress, and they can affect sleep, work performance, and appetite. Reflexology, however, is one clinically proven … Continue reading Reflexology for Headaches
I just had a reflexology massage client this week who told me she slept better for a week after her last session. I know a lot of people suffer with insomnia and after hearing this client testimonial, I wanted to share this article with you. Those who suffer from insomnia often find that a natural … Continue reading Reflexology for Insomnia
I was asked recently if reflexology is a safe treatment for people with diabetes. Reflexology is actually incredibly beneficial for both circulation and the nerves within the feet and reducing foot discomfort. How can Reflexology Help? Reflexology is great for the local symptoms of poor circulation and neuropathy (a tingling, numbness, coldness, pain or … Continue reading Is Reflexology Safe for Diabetics?