Thursday, January 19th, 2012
“I’m on the floor, on my back, my left foot reaching for the ceiling; my Thai massage therapist leaning into the back of my extended leg. Got the picture? And then she says – casually – ‘blah, blah, blah… Thai reflexology.’ Well, my head literally shot up from the floor! ‘You mean there is a Thai session just for the feet?’ ” And so began my study of Thai foot reflexology.” – KB . . . → Read More: Thai Foot Reflexology – part 1
Wednesday, January 18th, 2012
If you’ve not had the pleasure of attending a live class in reflexology yet, you may be interested in watching a video I made for the Florida School of Massage (where I teach an introduction to hand and foot reflexology). . . . → Read More: A Short Class in Reflexology
Monday, January 9th, 2012
There are a number of good reasons why having a chart on your wall is a smart idea. Since I want more of you to have the advantage of displaying a beautiful and accurate chart in your practice, I have decided to reduce the price of the poster by $10. Think of it as New Year’s gift! . . . → Read More: Foot Poster Price Reduction!
Friday, January 6th, 2012
My intention today was to write something on reflexology, as well as remind you that you still have time to register for this year’s Therapeutic Hand & Foot Reflexology Professional Certification beginning February 2. I considered Parkinson’s disease, hammertoes, menopause, phantom limbs, colds & flu – some of the many conditions that certified reflexologists commonly and successfully address. And then, in one of my many moments of distraction ?, I came across a blog post that so totally captivated my attention that all other possible topics faded away. . . . → Read More: Dusk on the River