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Feet First for Fibromyalgia
The Springfield Paper, November 2010
Spring Cleaning for the Body
The Springfield Paper, April, 2010
Keep Your Heart Healthy with Reflexology
The Springfield Paper, February, 2010
Your Feet Can Relieve Holiday Stress
The Springfield Paper, December 3, 2009
Breast Cancer and Reflexology
The Springfield Paper, November 4, 2009
Cold, the Flu and Toxins
The Springfield Paper, September 30, 2009
Planning Your Family's Wellness
The Springfield Paper, August, 2009
Medical Centers Endorse Reflexology
According to major medical centers in the United States, reflexology is helpful for many conditions.
The Springfield Paper, August 5, 2009
Jane Lanverman, Secretary of the Reflexology Association of Ohio, has compiled a list of Medical Centers in the United States that have researched and provided health claims for reflexology as witnessed in their respective centers.
A partial list includes: Read More...
Honoring Your Feet With Reflexology
The Springfield Paper, April 15, 2009
In ancient times, the feet were pampered because they were as important to humans as our cars are today. When a guest came to visit, a basin of water and scented oils were brought to cleanse and cool the feet. It was a loving and honoring gesture.
Over the years, we lost that love for our feet. It may have come by wearing closed shoes, and not having to walk long distances. Our feet need to be cared for and loved again.
Reflexology: A Natural Tension Tamer
The high stress of today’s lifestyle creates the ‘fight or flight’ syndrome, originally used by ancient humans as a means of self preservation. The body responds with a burst of adrenalin into the blood stream when faced with traumatic situations. Since modern man does not utilize the adrenalin as a response to a threatening or dangerous situation, it gets stored in the tissues.
The Springfield Paper, April 8, 2009
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Letter of Recommendation By Narinder K. Saini M.D.
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"Your feet can be the source of your well-being."
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