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It’s Labour Day! Relieve post-summer aches and pains

It’s Labour Day! Relieve post-summer aches and pains

Yay! Today is Labour Day! This holiday was originally celebrated to let folks campaign for better wages and working conditions. Nowadays, many people see the first Monday in September as a chance to take a late summer trip, to see friends and family, go on a picnic, go to a local fair, festival, and see fireworks. In North America, many see the long Labour Day weekend as the last hurrah before the new school year begins.  So, how was your summer? For many it’s a time to kick back, relax, and enjoy some time off.  Some of us enjoy ‘stay vacations’ while others like to partake in active and/or adventure-rich travels.


No matter what you’ve been up to answer me this, “how are your feet doing?” Happy feet = Happy you.

It goes without saying that your feet support your body and get you places. When your feet are stressed it can completely colour the way you feel emotionally and physically.


No matter whether you were hiking trails this summer, hitting the court to play tennis, jogging in the park, building that tree house, or playing Frisbee, treat your feet to the care they need. Consider treating yourself to a delicious reflexology session. With gentle pressure and massage to your feet I will help to reduce swelling, alleviate muscle pain, disperse fluid retention. Plus, I will work to speed up your body’s natural healing process for common foot skin irritations such as bumps, bruises, scrapes, blisters, calluses, and corns.

A professionally done foot massage can be a deeply relaxing and very therapeutic, especially if you suffer from plantar fasciitis, ankle injuries or other issues. When your ‘feet’ feel good it decreases stress and anxiety throughout your entire body. So relax, rejuvenate, and reinvigorate yourself by scheduling a session with me today. Let me help you reach amazing “feets” of strength this fall season.

Image used: “Tired Feet,” Taken on December 13, 2008, by Lan Pham, CC by 2.0


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