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Reflexology

Flu, Cold, Respiratory Relief with Foot Reflexology

February 4th, 2020 | Reflexology
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Flu, Cold, Respiratory Health Care Did you know that In the USA, more than $1 trillion is spent on health care and medicine, but there are still millions of cases of chronic diseases and illnesses? One way to improve your immune system is to build up your immunity with proper nutrients and rest. Your Immune […]

Reflexology Therapy is Not a Foot Rub

February 1st, 2020 | Reflexology

Foot Reflexology generally misunderstood as a foot massage, but it is much more than that. Foot Reflexology is a scientific art based on the premise that the zones in the feet correspond to all body parts.

Try a Certified Reflexology Session Today

January 30th, 2020 | Reflexology
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Try a Certified Reflexology Session Our thoughts and visualizations affect the world around you — starting with your body. If your goal is the best possible version of yourself, picture that person mind’s eye. Your ability to imagine is most effective when you’re relaxed, so try visualizing your best self first thing in the morning […]

Why Meditation Should Be Included In the Education of Our Youth

January 28th, 2020 | Reflexology
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Healing Place’s Fertility, Hormonal, and Weight Management Reflexology

January 24th, 2020 | Reflexology
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Fertility Reflexology Therapy The Reflexology protocol includes fertility support and conscious conception. The endocrine and reproductive systems are emphasized with attention to creating balance within the body. Reflexology can complement any Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART), such as IVF, IUI, and ICSI. It is recommended that male partners also participate in fertility reflexology to aid in […]

Healing Place’s Digestive, Pain Relief and Hormonal Reflexology Relief

January 22nd, 2020 | Reflexology
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Digestive Balancing Reflexology Therapy This is a very effective therapy. This protocol includes working the reflexes for the liver, spleen, kidney, gastrointestinal, esophagus, large and small intestine and colon. By stimulating the intestinal reflexes, this helps to move food content through the entire digestive tract (from mouth to anus) and encourages peristalsis of the gastrointestinal […]

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