Posts Tagged ‘pregnancy’

Reflexology for Fertility, Pregnancy, & Delivery

Posted on December 6, 2011

Lately I’ve noticed an increase in clients coming to me for reflexology for issues involving fertility, pregnancy, and delivery. Across the board, whether it’s getting pregnant; reducing symptoms like morning sickness, swelling, or back pain; or reducing pain and time in labor, feedback has been overwhelmingly positive so I thought I’d share.

Although this could take up much more than just one post, I’ll highlight key information about how reflexology can help you or someone you love with all things baby-related.MORE…

Hypnosis 101

Posted on November 22, 2011

What is hypnosis? There are many misconceptions based on movies, swinging watches, and stage hypnotists. Read on to find out how you’re much more familiar with hypnosis than you might think….

Self-Hypnosis: You Do It All The Time

A lot of people think of hypnosis, or trance, (they can be used interchangeably) as a strange altered state, when in fact it’s a common everyday thing. We’re all familiar with times when we’ve just drifted off, losing sense of time. Jogging, reading, driving, watching TV, listening to music, commuting on the subway–these are all trance states and are times when the unconscious takes control.

We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.–Einstein

The unconscious mind is in control of as much as 95% of our behavior, which means our conscious mind is only really in control of 5%. This explains why it can be difficult to tackle problems only on a conscious level. MORE…

What’s the #1 Question Clients Ask Me About Reflexology?

Posted on August 2, 2011

What can Reflexology tell me about my health?

Throughout your Reflexology session I assess any stress cues your feet may have and evaluate them to come up with a personalized treatment plan.

Stress cues show how your feet adapt to stress and this reflects stress in other parts of your body. For example, adaptation is shown with visual signs such as callouses, knobby toes, or a bunion. Additional indications of stress are sensitivity to technique application and change in tissue texture.

This assessment allows me to target areas of stress and design a session specific to your individual needs. By focusing on any areas of imbalance, your body can move immediately toward homeostasis.

Research shows that a single Reflexology session creates relaxation, reduces anxiety, diminishes pain, improves blood flow, and decreases high blood pressure.MORE…

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