Archive November, 2011

Reflexology Method Comes To The Philippines

What’s the newest health trend in the Philippines? Reflexology, of course. But wait… reflexology is thousands of years old, you say. Well, you would be correct. However, a specialized method of reflexology known as Rwo Shur, developed by Father Josef, who was a Catholic missionary in Taiwan, has found its way to the Philippines. During […]

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reflexology for a better night sleep

Reflexology For A Better Night Sleep

A few years ago, one my daughters (I have five of them!) took a trip alone, to Costa Rica. She was eighteen years old at the time and my wife and I were more than a little anxiety-filled. After a couple of sleepless nights, my wife began talking about sleep medication and I went into […]

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reflexology and breast cancer research

Reflexology and Breast Cancer Research

Over the years, I have maintained a reflexology practice consisting primarily of women clients. In fact, well over eighty percent of my clients are women. I don’t question these things, I simply accept them and realize I have something important to learn from this. As such, I have come to better understand the female condition […]

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Foot Reflexology: Not Always Possible

When I first began my reflexology career, I was fascinated. Totally captivated. I had been romanced by an ancient form of healing, my world had opened up and my life would never be the same. I learned a relatively simple sequence of techniques that were applied in a specific fashion to the feet, hands and […]

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Reflexology For The Elderly

One of the most rewarding experiences I’ve had as a reflexologist, has been the privilege of providing reflexology for the elderly. I have participated in health fairs and other events at local senior centers, offering reflexology treatments – free of charge – to the senior community. It is such a thrill to see the smile […]

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