One reflexology session ends a young 5-year-old’s scary and regular runs to the emergency ward of his local hospital.
I got talking yesterday to a colleague/friend, and she shared this story with me. Her son has suffered with severe asthma for a couple of years now, so much so that runs to the hospital have become almost normal for the family. One night last year, the young boy’s asthma really acted up. He could barely breathe, and it looked like a hospital visit was inevitable. Having just learned how to work the lymph and lung reflexes in class with me, she decided to apply what she knew, before resorting to pediatric emergency procedures one more time. Her son’s breathing resumed normally and he has had no asthma attacks since.
I find that children respond very quickly and positively to reflexology. Why do you think that would be the case?