My February class Avoiding and Addressing Foot Pain Naturally was so well-attended that I've agreed to do a repeat of this class on October 17th at Marlene's Market & Deli in Federal Way. Date My newest article on the subject, which was published in the February issue of Sound Outlook, can be read here.
Reflexology in Fircrest/Univeristy Place at my office on Mildred and 22nd St. near Tacoma Community College. Reflexology in Tacoma at my office on Portland Ave near Highway 512 in Midland). Sessions for foot pain in Fircrest/University Place and Tacoma include shoe review. All sessions are by appointment only.
Principal Instructor for the Reflexology Certification Program at Bellevue Massage School.
Most sessions are done on the feet, with support given by working some reflex areas on the hands and outer ears.
In general, we say that reflexology "helps the body to normalize function". You can read how reflexology works on my "Research Highlights" page. Reflexology is not a substitute for medical care, but a wonderful complement to it.