Tuesday, February 4th, 2014
Never before in human history has our planet been home to so many older people – and the data suggests this climb to continue.
In the United States, it is estimated that by 2030 there will be 72.1 million people older than 65. The 2010 census revealed that the 65 and older population is . . . → Read More: Is It Time?
Monday, December 2nd, 2013
If you, your clients and/or family are sick and tired of being sick and tired ~ if you are less than satisfied with your knowledge and skills when it comes to helping clients return to optimal health ~ then read on.
If you are really ready to change the quality of your life and . . . → Read More: Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired?
Sunday, November 17th, 2013
A year ago, I created an in-depth, experiential teacher-training program in reflexology with two of my exceptional grads, Shea Knight and Jenny Runde. I created the program for two reasons: first because I was forced to admit that there is a limit to how much I can do on my own (and stay sane!), and secondly, I recognized that many people, for various reasons, cannot travel to study. Expanding the roster of teachers and our ability to travel seemed the obvious solution to wanting to accommodate the growing number of requests that come in for qualified training in reflexology. We’re currently working on our 2014 teaching schedules, so if you are interested in learning reflexology… well then, invite us over! As the host, you will be our “point” person; you will be responsible for organizing the logistics (with our guidance) and in return will be compensated for your time and efforts. Read the details on the Academy’s Facebook page. www.facebook.com/AcademyofAncientReflexology . . . → Read More: Invite Us Over!
Saturday, September 14th, 2013
Most reflexologists have been asked at some time how to get rid of hard, dry, cracked callouses on the heels. Here’s an easy and effective one that I have used: . . . → Read More: NO More Rough Heels!
Monday, June 10th, 2013
It seems to me that more and more people I run into – adults and children alike – are fighting allergic reactions to pollen. When you realize that the amount of pollen is accountably higher now than it was ten years ago, it comes as no surprise. According to sources, there are two main reasons for the rise in pollen counts in the air: 1. The first is climate change. Rising global temperatures and humidity levels result in earlier tree, grass and weed pollination that lasts longer into the year. As CO2 levels increase, plants produce more pollen too – three to four times more. (Allergists think the pollen itself may actually be more potent.) 2. Pollen is a fine powdery substance, typically yellow, discharged from the male part of flowering plants. In other words, pollen is the sperm of the plant. Those granular particles are looking for female trees and in the absence of such partners (Many US cities plant fewer female plants in public places now because their flowers and seeds are “messier” to manage.), they well, settle for the human nose. Here’s what happens when those determined pollen particles find their way into your nostrils. . . . → Read More: Easing Respiratory Allergy Symptoms Naturally