Healing dims the lights for a while!

I had a great conversation with a client today, explaining to her how the body goes about 'healing' itself during illness, and in her case (and many cases) restoring balance after the cumulative build up of imbalances over many, many years. She had a rather more 'negative' reaction to her first Reflexology session with me than she had hoped for. She felt exhausted, almost wiped out, for almost a week! CHANGE AFTER REFLEXOLOGY IS A GOOD THING At this point I would like to remind you, as I did her, that we are looking for CHANGE after Reflexology. Naturally, as all practitioners do, I had advised her of the possible reactions she could experience following the session, and that some of these

Plantar Fasciitis ... Or not!

Back in 2013 I found myself in one of those patterns that happens in our Reflexology businesses quite frequently. That pattern of repeatedly seeing clients with the same problem and/or issue. And this one was ‘sore feet’. A VERY painful plantar area of the foot. And, particularly painful first thing in the morning when the person gets out of bed and puts their feet flat on the floor to take their first steps. Some people had self diagnosed this as plantar fasciitis. The plantar fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes. It supports the arch of your foot. Plantar fasciitis is caused by straining the ligament that supports your arch. Repeated strai

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