Life certainly isn’t dull! Between reno’s at the house, teaching, and my foot reflexology practice, I am kept busy. My life is rich, varied, and fulfilling.
Reflexology, to me, is more than a profession. It is an opportunity to connect with another person in a rare and special way. A type of intimacy built on trust. A place where profound healing can begin.
Reflexology heals our bodies on many levels, not just the physical. The emotional, spiritual, and energetic aspects of ourselves are affected by a reflexology treatment.
This is one reason why I stress “intention” to my students. My intention to my clients is always, “How can I support you?”
To witness a client drop into rest and repair state gives me great joy. They often sigh, their breathing slows, their stomach might gurgle – all great signs they are releasing tension from their body.
A calm and quiet state is often a foreign experience for clients. It can come as a surprise, or a shock. In today’s crazy, hectic world, we are too busy multi-tasking to pay attention to the signals our bodies are sending.
Our adrenal glands and body systems are overworked, stressed to the max, in an attempt to keep us going. Is it any wonder we have so many nervous and digestive problems?
To hear a client comment, “This is the first time I feel relaxed in a very long time,” or, “I wasn’t awake, nor asleep, but I felt suspended in some sort of zone,” delights me. I know I’m doing my job! I have assisted them to experience a state which should be normal.
With each treatment, my client’s body begins to remember what a normal, functioning body feels like.
I encourage you to book a reflexology treatment with your local reflexologist today!
You will notice changes to my course schedule. I apologize for any confusion.
I am excited to announce I am currently in discussion with The College of the Rockies, a Canadian public community college, located in Cranbrook, with regional campuses in Creston, Fernie, Golden, Invermere, and Kimberley.
I hoped to teach a Foot Reflexology course in Cranbrook in May. Unfortunately, the course information missed the College Continuing Education spring deadline. This course will now be offered in the Continuing Education Fall publication. Dates to be confirmed, but I believe early October. Please check back regularly for updates.
Registration for the Foot Reflexology Course in Nanaimo, beginning Saturday, April 9, 2016 is open, as is registration for the Foot Reflexology Course on Gabriola Island in September.
Please feel free to contact me for further information.
I wish you a delightful and productive Spring!