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Be Physically Healthy with Reflexology

February 28th, 2020 | HealingPlaceMed
holding feet reflexology

Be Physically Healthy With Reflexology Reflexology is a natural and alternative method of healing your body. It is based on the principle that specific areas of your feet, hands and ears correspond to a gland or organ elsewhere in your body. Using specific hand techniques can help to improve circulation and promote the natural function […]

Stomach and Constipation Relief Meditation

January 10th, 2020 | HealingPlaceMed

Stomach and Constipation Relief Meditation The staff at the Healing Place Medfield knows what it is like to suffer from digestive disorder and constipation. There are many triggers causing digestive discomforts – stress, over-scheduling, eating the wrong foods,  life imbalance. Some of our clients asked what can they do on their own to help quiet […]

Video: Do You Walk Properly?

June 8th, 2019 | HealingPlaceMed

As a Reflexologist, I am always watching people’s gaits (the way they walk). A gait is the manner, or style of walk, and there are many types. Walking is one of the earliest skills we develop growing up. You would think that walking was simple, but it’s not, as many people do not portray the […]

You Can Increase Your Energy Vibration With Reiki

June 5th, 2019 | HealingPlaceMed

Vibration is the frequency that our energy body resonates with. We all feel and respond, to each others’ vibrations, even if we’re not aware of it. It is the reason why we may be drawn to certain people, or repelled by them. But why should we care whether or not we are operating at a […]

Important Probotic and Prebiotic Foods You Need

May 27th, 2019 | HealingPlaceMed

You have bacteria living in your digestive tract. Sounds gross, I know, but actually it’s good. They’re friendly bacteria, or ‘probiotics’ that help keep bad bacteria and yeast from growing in your gut. Common strains include Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. Friendly bacteria also help make vitamin K, which is essential for normal blood clotting, plus they’re important for immune system […]

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