So many people have been asking when Lauren Slade & Jack Marriott of the Universal College of Reflexology would be teaching Traditional Japanese Reiki in Edmonton.
Lauren says “We have finally been convinced to set a date.”
After a two year absence, Jack and Lauren are delighted to be returning to Edmonton to teach their very popular Traditional Reiki Class. They are teaching Reiki Levels 1 & 2 on Saturday/Sunday May 14th & 15th and Reiki Level 3 – also known as Reiki Master Practitioner on Monday May 16th.
Classes fill up fast so to find out more details and register visit
If you prefer – call Jack at 1-866-944-2576 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wow! I guess your wondering if this could happen to you. You bet it could. Any health care practitioner could be sued.
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Evidence suggests that mind-body practices such as yoga and Reflexology may alleviate some symptoms of MS.
A new shorthand guide provided by the National Center on Complementary and Integrative Health summarizes scientific literature about complementary therapies for clinicians and provides fact sheets for patients.
For a summary of “MS Research Roundup: 8 January 2016” click here – Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum
Here is a mixture of statistics and surveys relative to Reflexology and complementary therapies.
- UCR survey of 2290 people, 86% feel Foot Reflexology is the most effective form of Reflexology
- Anon survey – The demand for reflexology treatment and other Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) treatments is growing in the United States. 117 out of 125 medical schools offer CAM therapy courses. Continue reading
The next time a bad day (or week, or month) has you on the verge of a mini meltdown, undo the anxious knots by getting to know your feet.
Yep, giving yourself a quick foot massage can have almost the same stress-lowering benefit as a full-body rubdown, according to Roberta Lee, MD, author of The SuperStress Solution. Here’s her easy 10-step tootsie rub.
Step-by-Step Foot Destressor
Lee’s do-it-yourself foot massage is based on the principles of ayurvedic reflexology.
- Wash your feet with warm soap and water, then wipe them dry.
- Apply a small amount of sesame seed or almond massage oil mixed with lavender essential oils.
- Start rubbing at the base of your little toe.
- Move over to the base of the next toe and continue rubbing.
- Apply slight pressure on the flesh between your little toe and the next toe over.
- Now move to your middle toe.
- Massage, stretch, and pull your middle toe in a circular motion, then do the same with your other toes.
- With your fingertips or the palms of your hands, gently apply pressure to both sides of your heel just below the ankle, and then rub around your ankle clockwise to boost energy and circulation.
- Finally, knead and squeeze your calf muscle to release tension.
- Repeat on the second foot.
Want to get closer to your honey? Try this at home on your partner. We are not responsible for where this may lead.
Having a backup stress-reduction technique on hand when you can’t otherwise destress can make your Real Age 6 years younger.
Keep your family healthy with Reflexology for Family & Friends – http://www.ireflexology.com/reflexology-for-family-friends/
The SuperStress Solution. Lee, R., New York: Random House, 2010.
China’s booming Reflexology industry gives employment to the blind.
Foot Massage / Reflexology offices are sprouting up all over China. In big cities, like Beijing, there are shops on many street corners, and foot massage / reflexology chain stores employ thousands of workers.
This mushrooming industry is Continue reading
Maternity reflexology has been coined a slice of pampering heaven by expectant moms.
“Reflexology not only reduced my stress throughout my pregnancy, but made me feel better and healthier.”
Click here to read this full report
Many Reflexologists appreciate working in a home office clinic. This allows for flexibility in working hours especially if you’re raising children in your home. You can use your time productively, scheduling home duties and work duties around each other. And, hey the commute well what can I say – it’s short.
When working away from home you still have family demands which often conflict with each other, the negative effects may include psychological distress, physiological concerns, decreased work performance and decreased satisfaction. On the other hand working home-based makes it a whole lot easier to juggle home and personal life with your business life.
And, finally the money issue. Yes, you can keep more of the money you make, spend less money on travelling costs to and from a commercial based clinic, pay rent to yourself as the Landlord, and even write-off parts of your home costs against taxes. This financial flexibility allows you room for special fees and promotions yet still allowing yourself to make a good income – clients love it too, so it is a win-win situation.
On a last note you can put your own flair into decorating your clinical space. Just be aware that more neutral than flamboyant may keep clients coming back and your stress levels lower.
For more information on a career in Reflexology, click here for our latest short video http://www.proreflexology.com/
Who hasn’t felt exhausted these days?
Recent research from China suggest that for patients suffering from nervous exhaustion Reflexology may be particularly helpful. Click here for a summary of this report Continue reading