Catch up – 6.4.2020
What a difference a few weeks make! Life certainly has changed recently but I just want to let you know some news as to why I’d been quiet on the blog front and have a catch up about what I’d been doing before this terrible virus hit our lives.
Well, it has been a time of action and having already undertaken my Reiki 1 and Reiki 2 courses, I felt ready to progress to complete my Reiki Masters course. It seemed the logical course of action as I’ve
been getting some wonderful feedback from reflexology clients about energy transformations during and after treatments. I hope this extra attunement in Reiki will start to enhance treatments even more once life enables me to return to one to one reflexology again.
I’ve also added an extra skill to complement the Reflexology. In February I completed an Indian Head Massage qualification with Guild Training International so can now offer this relaxing treatment as well. Having practised and treated others on the course, my own experience was that I slept really well for the following 4 nights ! Previously, I’d had interrupted sleep and had found it difficult to drop off again!
I’ve also been back to school to see my Clinical Reflexology tutor, David Wayte, and attended a course in Nottingham to learn a technique called “finger free reflexology” which is designed to help avoid repetitive strain in the hands.
It was great to see David again and to meet fellow reflexologists who were also on the course from around the country. It always strikes me how many nurses are now reflexologists which is a huge endorsement of this therapy and how it helps people.
It’s certainly been a time for learning as I attended a regional Association of Reflexologists meeting and had a fun and informative morning, learning and networking with other reflexologists. A lovely way to start the weekend.
I’m also part of a business networking group. It’s a great opportunity to spread the word about how to practice self-care and good health. We all need to look after our health to enable us to remain focused on our business, especially now during uncertain times.
For the self employed or small business owners, we are the main cog in the machinery of the business so it’s important to keep in the best possible shape both physically but, very importantly, mentally. Reflexology is a great way of providing support for the whole self, mind, body and spirit.
Reflexology can help us to become more relaxed, less anxious, tense and stressed. By addressing these issues, we can avoid our health deteriorating into a more serious or even chronic condition.
It truly is a great holistic way of looking after ourselves.
If you, or anyone you know, might benefit from trying reflexologywithjayne, please do get in touch. I’d love to hear from you!