Tagged: Feet

Don’t Take Your Feet for Granted!

October 5th, 2021 | Feet

Don’t Take Your Feet for Granted! Feet are engineered to do their job of providing stability and mobility to the body. They contain over seven thousand nerve endings in each foot, giving us support throughout the day and hopefully our lives, and yet, most of us take our feet for granted. Take a minute to […]

Do Your Feet Speak to You? Foot Anatomy

April 28th, 2019 | Feet

As a Certified Reflexologist, I see feet every day. Mostly feet have some problems. I have seen a many variety of feet. Some nicely shaped, some pretty, and some need pain relief. . There are some feet that are just tired from wearing ill-fitted shoe or are overworked. Few of us appreciate what our feet […]

The Story Behind These Feet – Anna

May 5th, 2016 | Feet

Anna is one on my first clients who came to me for reflexology in 2006. Her primary focus back then was for relaxing spa service. She found out quickly that reflexology extends beyond relaxation. In the ten years, she has been coming for service; we addressed all of her health issues, IBS, constipation, menopause symptoms […]

Reflexology Good for Hands and Feet

May 1st, 2016 | Feet

Most of us take our feet for granted. We stand, walk, run and hike with nary a thought about our feet unless they hurt. Bunions, blisters, corns. Since I make my living, literally, on my feet as a swing dance instructor, it’s especially important that I pay attention to them. Reflexology is most often associated […]

What is the bottom of the feet called? Fun Facts about Feet

April 17th, 2016 | Feet

The bottom of the foot, the part that touches the ground or floor when you walk, is called the Plantar surface The top of the foot is called the Dorsal Surface The outer edge of the foot is called the Lateral Surface The inner edge of the foot, is called the Medial Surface If you […]

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