Category Archives: Reflexology

5 Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Reflexologist

Mistake #1 – Assuming All “Reflexology” Is the Same Not everything that claims to be reflexology today actually IS reflexology. Currently only 4 states (New Hampshire, North Dakota, Tennessee and Washington) have their own law for Reflexologists, so in many … Continue reading

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Why Ingham Method® Reflexology?

After performing thousands of reflexology sessions in the past five years, I feel fortunate to be certified in Ingham Method® reflexology. I’m profoundly grateful I attended the International Institute of Reflexology. Of course, I admit to being prejudiced but, the … Continue reading

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Should We Talk During Your Reflexology Session?

The answer is “Yes” and “No”.  An ambivalent answer, I know, but read on to find out why! When you come in for our first session, of course we will talk. There will be discussion about the information on your … Continue reading

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Reflexology on the Radio!

If you missed my guest spot this week on the radio show When Your Health Matters with Dr. Richard Huntoon, you can still listen by downloading the podcast at: http://www.thealternativehealthcarenetwork.com/SF-Bay-Area/podcasts.html Dr. Huntoon interviewed me with questions about reflexology, its origins, different methods … Continue reading

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Reflexology and the Digestive System

Clients often ask me why their tummy will begin making loud gurgling noises mid-way through their reflexology session. In order to understand that, first you need to understand the effect that the nervous system has on our digestion.  To summarize … Continue reading

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Reflexology for PMS?

Remember this old joke? “What’s the difference between a woman with PMS and a pit bull? … Lip gloss!” Most women can recall having had a premenstrual cycle that left them behaving a lot like an angry pit bull (and … Continue reading

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Learn More About Flat Feet

Another Reflexologist kindly shared the link below to an article by Mark Sisson. It has some interesting info on research about flat feet as well as some strengthening tips for helping address the problem. Hope it helps some of you! … Continue reading

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Have Pain In Your Heels?

Many clients report pain in the heel with their first steps upon getting out of bed in the morning. This is a classic symptom of plantar fasciitis, also sometimes called “heel spurs” or “arch pain”. The plantar fascia (pf) is a tight, … Continue reading

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Ouch! Why does my big toe hurt?

I hear this question once in awhile from a client during a session. If I’ve just been working the pituitary/pineal gland reflex, I normally will ask the client “How are you sleeping lately?”. Often the answer will be “Oh, I’m … Continue reading

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Who Uses Reflexology Anyway?

I’ve been doing one of those exercises to analyze my client base in order to better focus my business activity in the coming year and it’s really brought home to me just how diverse are the folks that find Reflexology … Continue reading

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