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Tagged: reflexology

Video: Stressed Neck, Jaw, Head and Shoulders Relief – Hand Reflexology Tip

June 16th, 2019 | reflexology

Without realizing it, you may be storing stress in your neck, jaw, head and shoulders. Your shoulders can tight after sitting in front of the computer or after being on the phone all day.  Does your jaw hurt just to talk? Is your head is pounding? Here are a couple quick hand reflexology tips that you […]

5 Key Differences Between the Chinese and Western Reflexology Treatment

June 14th, 2019 | reflexology

The questions on reflexology are many. Many people with debilitating physical conditions can benefit hugely from reflexology treatment. As more and more people are discovering reflexology and how it is helping the people cope with various illnesses, people want to know more and more about reflexology and how it can bring a positive effect to […]

Fascinating Facts About Your Incredible Hands

June 13th, 2019 | reflexology

My Reflexology colleague, Bill Flocco, of the American Academy of Reflexology in California, has compiled a list of interesting facts about hands (more to come.) Let’s see how many of them do you know. A quarter of all the bones in your body are found in your two hands. Your hand is built in 3 […]

Video: Liver Support with Foot Reflexology

June 10th, 2019 | reflexology

How we take our liver for granted!! Most of us have no idea what the foods and drinks we eat daily are doing to us. We overindulged? Liver toxin builds up! For the athletics that over-train? Uric Acids do not flush the way it should and the liver becomes sluggish. Try this Foot Reflexology tip […]

Video: Do You Walk Properly?

June 8th, 2019 | reflexology

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 […]

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