Looking at my calendar this afternoon, I see that I will be sharing a lot of my hard-earned money with the airlines over the next few months!
It appears that I’m scheduled to teach the Thai Foot Reflexology workshop in four corners of the continent. Three of the four cities are new locations for me; three of the trainings are within the standard 2-day workshop format, and one is offered as part of a 4-day retreat in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia. (I’ve written a separate post to describe what is planned for our relaxing mountain retreat.)
Over the last few months, I’ve been noticing that more and more people are getting savvy about Thai bodywork. My clients who used to request the session occasionally are asking for it more and more. These clients include runners, elders with painful feet and calves, highly stressed business men, and a woman recovering from a near-death illness that left her with numerous health challenges.
I’ve written about Thai Reflexology before, so won’t repeat myself here. Visit these links if you’d like to learn the difference between conventional and Thai reflexology, the benefits to recipient and therapist, and the impact this Buddhist-influenced art has had on my life.
Here are the only dates left on the 2012 calendar for the Thai Foot Reflexology trainings. Some have earlybird prices, so act now. This is your chance to stand out in the crowd. Please don’t miss out.
Vancouver, British Columbia – August 11 and 12
Dahlonega, Georgia – August 31 to September 3 (the retreat)
Taos, New Mexico – September 29 and 30
Minneapolis, Minnesota – October 6 and 7