Pain in your feet and legs while walking, feeling less in your feet, cold feet, tingling feet, blurry vision, a high blood sugar level: there is an answer and we’ve got the science to back us up. Reflexology can be a very effective way to regulate the insuline production and blood sugar level, relieve foot … Continue reading Reflexology relieves footproblems in diabetes
Not all superheroes wear capes. Some, like Gal Gadot, wear flat shoes. The “Wonder Woman” star has almost exclusively worn flat or nearly flat shoes to promote her record-breaking, widely praised film. She’s been spotted in fancy Louboutins, sporty-looking sneakers and, most wonderfully, a pair of flat sandals she wore to the film’s Hollywood premiere. … Continue reading Wonder woman doesn’t wear high heels
at one point, the oldest competitive female bodybuilder in the world, as declared by the Guinness Book of World Records Deshun Wang An 80 year old model and actor. Wang offered his two cents on staying fit: “In order to enjoy good health and a sound body, first you must attend to your spirit, and … Continue reading (Nederlands) Nooit te oud om te starten – Begin vandaag nog
Hagar Basis international educator and practitioner, founder of the Reflexology Academy London. Hagar has been fortunate enough to work on many hundreds of patients presenting a wide variety of disorders. Her particular interest is in the treatment of gynaecological conditions, particularly low thyroid function and associated hormonal disorders such as infertility, endometriosis and polycystic ovary … Continue reading Interview with Hagar Basis specialist in reflexology for women’s health
Sometimes I get the question ‘What is the difference between a reflexology treatment and a regular massage? ” and “Is a foot reflex massage not the same as a foot massage?”. Then there’s also much talk about reflexology and foot reflexology and is it the same or is there a difference? To answer those questions … Continue reading What is the difference between massage and reflexology?
As per the 1st of October I am registered with the VNRT. This means that my treatments get refunded by the health insurance from this date onwards. On http://www.vnrt.nl/clienten/vergoedingen/#inhoud you can see if your health insurance covers reflexology and for how much. If you have received any treatments this year I would suggest to declare … Continue reading Foot reflexology treatment covered by health insurance
Good news for reflexology practioners in the Netherlands who are registered with the VNRT (assocciation for reflexologists in the Netherlands). The Babyreflexology for professionals training has now been approved by the VNRT.
More balance? The answer lies beneath your feet. “Your feet are made for walking ‘- especially barefoot. Good for … almost everything! That is the message of the foot reflexologist. However if you prefer wearing your shoes to work, a “foot pressure point therapy” is a good alternative. By Maud Beucker Andreae We Dutch people … Continue reading Zen under your soles – Women’s Health September & October 2015 (Netherlands)
A couple of months ago I got called by Maud. Maud writes for Women’s Health and in the new edition they wanted to focus on ‘East meets West’ as a theme. My form of reflexology is a combination of Western and Chinese reflexology so it would fit perfectly within the theme. What can reflexology do … Continue reading Zen under the soles of your feet
Do you feel the need to get your body back into balance? Try a rebalancing reflexology session.