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Sorry … Temporarily Closing

Dear friends, I would like to take this opportunity to let you know that I am temporarily closing my practice. This takes effect today, October 1st, 2020. Practicing reflexology, and helping you step forward to better health, remains my passion. I had hoped to resume my services at Altitude Collaborative Health but it’s not possible […]

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Growth in Complementary & Alternative Medicine

Since 1990, there has been a significant increase in the adoption of complementary and alternative medicines for several reasons. They include: General Practitioners are getting squeezed finding it harder and harder to devote time to their patients. Conventional healthcare has become more impersonal. Patients are concerned about the increasing use of powerful drugs, like opioids, […]

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Raising Awareness about Reflexology in September!

During the 3rd week of September, or September 21-27, 2020 this year, Reflexology Therapists around the world work to raise awareness about reflexology. However, I’m declaring the entire month as Reflexology Awareness Month! Reflexology is a non-intrusive complementary health therapy, based on the theory that different points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or […]

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Benefiting from Reflexology

Reflexology is suitable for all ages and may provide relief for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.  After you have experienced the therapeutic benefits of one or more reflexology treatments, many people claim it’s beneficial to continue receiving them as a preventative measure in order to maintain good health and well-being. While many people use reflexology as a […]

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The Trouble with Flip-Flops

Are you soaking up that summer sun? In warm weather we often switch from supportive footwear to flip-flops. Despite being popular, wearing flip-flops can be dangerous. Who knew? When it comes to foot and ankle pain, the biggest cause is wearing improper footwear. Each year, hospitals report that more than 200,000 people are treated for flip […]

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Hot Stone Reflexology

Hot stone massage is well known, but hot stone reflexology is on the rise! Using hot stones to heal and treat ailments has been around since ancient times. Heat feels good on the body. The principle behind this is that applying hot stones relaxes the body at its deepest level, allowing the Reflexology Therapist to […]

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Celebrate Canada Today!

Even though we might not be able to get out and party, we can still celebrate this fantastic country. Here’s why Canadians think their country is so great: Canada has a great, world-wide reputation with other countries Canadians invented Hockey and have some of the best athletes in the sport There are over 2 million […]

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Reflexology for Teenagers or Adolescents

Reflexology can be incredibly beneficial to adolescents. The pressures faced by teenagers are enormous, from exam stress to social media peer pressure, hormonal changes, sleep deprivation, concentration difficulties, mood swings, short attention span, lack of enthusiasm, depression, clumsiness, learning disorders, etc.  Teens experience unique physical and mental changes and challenges everyday. Adolescence is a stressful […]

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Reflexology for Runners

Running impacts on the whole body. It’s not only an intensive cardiovascular workout but involves other systems in the body such as the circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, muscular, and lymphatic systems.  Even though the whole body is constantly moving during running, the focus is on the impact is on the feet. We task our feet a […]

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Hand Reflexology

Hand reflexology is an ancient healing practice that targets specific areas of your body by applying pressure to points on the hands. It’s a quick and simple treatment that helps alleviate a variety of ailments and issues. It has been known to be effective in bringing about instant relief from pain and tension. Hand Reflexology […]

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DIY Ear Reflexology

Ear or auricular reflexology is one of several treatments used to relieve pain and other ailments. During a reflexology treatment, when delicate nerve endings in the feet, hands and ears are pressed and gently massaged, signals travel to the central nervous system and the brain triggering responses in related parts of the body such as […]

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Benefits of Activated Charcoal

What is activated charcoal? It’s a fine, odorless, black powder often used in a hospital’s Urgent Care department to treat overdoses. It has toxin-absorbing properties that have a wide range of medicinal and cosmetic uses, though none are scientifically proven yet. It’s not the same substance when found on a burnt piece of toast or […]

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