A child named “Sarah” developed asthma in the 1970s. Her mother taught her foot and hand reflexology to help ease breathing. The child grew up using reflexology to relax and open the lungs for 40+ years. Prudently, Sarah carries her prescription inhaler with her. Fortunately, she rarely has used it, thanks to reflexology. For those […]
Therapeutic reflexology helped a 94 year old woman reduce pain; enjoy deep, restful sleep; and renew zest for living. Only two years prior, Mrs. Stoker suffered a long bout of shingles. She lost 20 pounds and became frail and debilitated. Sleep was poor, interrupted by aches and pains. Health declined. Interest in life dulled. The […]
Allergy season is back! Reflexology helps relieve sinus congestion. Here’s how . . . . Case Study: Reflexology Decongests Blocked Sinuses A young woman’s sinuses were blocked. Pain radiated across her forehead. A foot reflexology session emphasized all ten toes – from deep in the webbing to the tips. The method is simple: pretend the […]
We know how to work, often at high levels of focus and concentration. But, who teaches us to relax? to reduce stress? True relaxation restores energies lost during intense work. We can learn to relax, as the case study of the retired airman illustrates. The choice is ours. A retired Air Force veteran came for […]
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is not ordinary stress. It is results from acute sustained stress and trauma. Learn how reflexology resets the body to relieve symptoms. Click here to read Paula Stone’s article that appears in the March/April 2013 Massage & Bodywork magazine.