What do reflexology, chocolate, wine, good food and outdoor beauty have in common? Well, they all come together to express one of my philosophies about learning. And that is that people learn best when they are relaxed and having fun.
A confession: I like to live my life as a tax deduction. I almost always plan a few days of respite around teaching engagements or trainings I am myself attending. Teach (which barely feels like “work” to me) or study, then play and/or visit with friends – an easy way to keep some balance between work and play in my life.
This year, I planned a special event that incorporates rest and relaxation right into our time together. I added lots of fun (optional) activities (as well as time to just “chill”) into the Thai Foot Reflexology workshop schedule in Dahlonega, Georgia at the end of this month.
So, what do reflexology, giraffes, rocking chairs, the gold rush and spa services have in common? To find out, check out the Thai Reflexology Retreat listing on the Academy’s Facebook Events page. If you’re not yet on Facebook, then visit this link.
Treat yourself to some well-deserved downtime. Only 18 hours to learn all you need to know to deliver the popular Thai Foot Reflexology session. Thai Reflexology is a great modality for athletes (especially those whose sport challenges the lower extremities), folks with painful feet and the rest of us overwhelmed by life.