Monday, February 18th, 2013
Most people recognize reflexology as an enjoyable way in which to improve physical health. I’d like to relate the experience of one graduate of the Therapeutic Hand & Foot Reflexology Professional Certification; an artist and massage therapist who was pleasantly surprised to discover that reflexology delivered much more than physical relief for her. . . . → Read More: An Artist’s Experience of Reflexology
Tuesday, February 12th, 2013
If you were to ask me what is the question I am most often asked regarding certification in reflexology, I would have to say that my response to that question is sometimes viewed as the biggest obstacle to working as a reflexologist. It needn’t be. . . . → Read More: Obstacle or Opportunity?
Monday, February 4th, 2013
Some of my fellow reflexologists and I are noticing more and more young people showing up with plantar fasciitis. Used to be it hit people 45 years and older, then spiraled down to those in their 20’s; now we’re seeing 10 and 11 years olds complaining. That concerns me. . . . → Read More: Plantar Fasciitis and Adolescents
Saturday, October 6th, 2012
Gremlins knocked out my last two posts. Re-publishing them today in case you missed. . . . → Read More: Funding Your Dream
Monday, September 17th, 2012
I get lots of phone calls and emails from people expressing an interest in learning conventional reflexology. They have either experienced great success from receiving treatments themselves or have heard about the positive results others have enjoyed. The question, “What course should I take?” inevitably generates questions from my end before an answer is forthcoming. That’s because it is necessary to first uncover what their interest in reflexology is, for there are three different paths from which to choose. . . . → Read More: Curious About Reflexology?