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Saturday, January 31st, 2015
Jan
31

4 Myths About Reflexology

Beginning today and over the next two weeks, I am going to address four very common myths about reflexology. Stay tuned! Myth #1 Reflexology hurts. Reflexology hurts if . . . → Read More: 4 Myths About Reflexology

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
Jan
21

You’ve Heard of Carpal Tunnel, But …

what about carpal tunnel of the foot?

Known as tarsal tunnel syndrome, this condition refers to neuropathy (nerve disorder) of the tibial nerve as it runs under the flexor retinaculum at the medial ankle.

Symptoms sound similar to that of its cousin, carpal tunnel syndrome, and include:

 

sharp pain paresthesia (tingling, burning, pricking, . . . → Read More: You’ve Heard of Carpal Tunnel, But …

Sunday, November 9th, 2014
Nov
09

More Reasons to Eliminate Chronic Stress

Reflexology is acknowledged as a wonderful source of relaxation for people trapped in a stressful existence. If you yourself have ever felt stressed, you may recognize that the experience is often accompanied by irritability and grouchiness, forgetfulness and a lack of interest in doing anything. Researchers at the Brain Institute in Switzerland wondered why and recently set out to find the chemical link between chronic stress, loss of social skills and cognitive impairment. . . . → Read More: More Reasons to Eliminate Chronic Stress

Monday, October 27th, 2014
Oct
27

Is Thai Reflexology Really Reflexology?

I’m often asked the difference between Thai Foot Reflexology and the conventional form practiced in the west. The other day I got into a conversation on a Facebook reflexology group page I follow that took that conversation even deeper. The exchange started with a woman’s struggle (her word) around the term Thai Reflexology. She wondered how someone practicing this age-old therapy could call it “reflexology” when the techniques were so different from what she knew. Is Thai Reflexology really “reflexology”? . . . → Read More: Is Thai Reflexology Really Reflexology?

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
Oct
21

Relieving Chronic Foot Pain

I don’t know about you, but I didn’t learn a lot about what causes debilitating foot pain when I first studied reflexology. I was forced to learn though as more and more people came to me – often as a last ditch effort – with their painful conditions. Over time I became known in my community for being able to help people, with plantar fasciitis and peripheral neuropathy specifically. Initially, my approach was simply reflexology. Sometimes that worked beautifully, but sometimes it didn’t; and that left me a little frustrated. . . . → Read More: Relieving Chronic Foot Pain

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