I have wonderful clients. Most of them get the three session series, some continue for many months. I get to be a part of their lives–both the joy and pain. I am honored when I get to bring some relaxation to their world. Both men and women, old and young, rich and not so much, make-up my clients. I am so glad!
Sometimes, it is hard to rest. There are so many distractions and interfering moments. Even in the daylight, we need to rest so we can begin again. Reflexology is a refreshing break to re-group. It is amazing how revitalizing a thirty minute session can be–peaceful, calm, and healthy. Why delay?
Summer is almost here. So, we have no stress, right? Perhaps vacations help, but yard work and other changes of summer can get a bit stressful. Reflexology is the relaxation technique for all seasons! It is like a mini-vacation! Come slip off those flip-flops and chill! You can bring your own mint-julep.
I am not talking about exercise, but relaxing!! It is one of the best things you can do for yourself this year. Relaxing With Reflexology is an active way to proceed. It is healing, smoothing, and feels so good.
Brian J. Mickey, M.D., PhD, discusses ” The Root of Your Depression” in esperanza magazine. The synopsis is sorta like this. While this is a complex problem, the major roots of depression are life events, negative perception and neurological processes.
Situational depression can be anything that causes stress like the death of a loved one or loss of a job. Negative perception is when one appraises a situation as bad, even though others do not see it that way. Genetics and environment can influence this. One example of this is childhood abuse. These can often be helped by counseling and stress reduction techniques like Reflexology. The last one, neurological processes, brain function, may need medication as well as life changes. Most often, it is a combination of all three–a situation triggers the other two.
I love this quote:
” Our human capacities to recognize, accept, and act on our on behalf are our greatest strengths in coping when illness strikes.”