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Tagged: pain

Video: Hot Wax Treatment for Arthritic Hands

June 29th, 2019 | pain

We all have tired hands from overuse. My hands get tired from the many hours of giving Reflexology sessions. Each sessions consist of 40-60 minutes while applying Reflexology techniques with my fingers and thumbs. I mostly work the client’s feet and sometimes, if needed, I work on their hands and ears too. By doing Reflexology […]

Break Fibromyalgia Pain with Reflexology

June 3rd, 2019 | pain

If you suffer from symptoms of Fibromyalgia, there is relief! Try the ancient healing art of Reflexology. Reflexology is a non-invasive and painless therapy, and is extremely gentle and effective. The principal of Reflexology is that it communicates with the nervous system and all energy centers throughout the body. By using specific thumb and finger […]

Reflexology Offers Hope for PTSD Symptoms

May 26th, 2019 | pain

Perhaps one of the most promising uses of reflexology being explored is in cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Miller described an encounter with a wounded military veteran she was seated next to on an airplane. In the course of normal conversation, she mentioned being a massage therapist; the man told her he had PTSD, […]

Do Your Feet Speak to You? Foot Anatomy

April 28th, 2019 | pain

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 […]

Why Do I Do Healing Work? – Inspiration

April 19th, 2019 | pain

I am asked why I do healing work? Hmmm. To share knowledge. To empower others to be proactive with their health. To try out new comedy material. Gotta you! Putting all kidding aside. I am proud to be a part of so many people’s transformation. It is a big job and there are days I […]

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