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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 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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5 Ways Reflexology May Help Cancer Patients

Multiple research studies in various countries, including the US, have shown that Reflexology can be effective to help cancer patients in the following ways: Decreased nausea and vomiting when undergoing chemo or radiation therapy. This isn’t really surprising since Reflexology … Continue reading

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Four Reasons I’m Addicted To Reflexology

I’m addicted to reflexology and here’s why: 1. Stress Relief 2. Reducing Pain 3. Promoting Circulation 4. Hand & Foot Health Reflexology is one of the best methods for achieving complete relaxation and releasing stress from the body. For me … Continue reading

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Reduce Stress to Live a Longer Life

We’ve heard for years about the benefits of reducing stress. Now scientific evidence suggests that one of those benefits may actually be a longer life.  Check out this article written by Anita Vogel – FOXNews.com Reduce Stress, Extend Your Life, … Continue reading

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