Stubbing your toe will bring tears to your eyes, and it may hurt for quite some time afterward. Why is this so painful?  Did you know that there are more then 7,200 nerve endings in each of the feet which interconnect through the spinal cord and brain with all areas of the body. Does that explain it?  A condition known as Plantar Faciittis will also bring tears to your eyes.  Keep reading to find out why. 



 
Are you Suffering from Plantar Fasciitis right now?
 How Reflexology Might Help Plantar Fasciitis Sufferers.

Plantar Fasciitis is a painful foot condition that affects the heel and arches. Reflexology has anecdotally helped many people find relief from this pain in their feet.  Heel pain can range from mildly irritating or annoying pain after standing or sitting for long periods to more debilitating pain that makes movement difficult. Sufferers of plantar fasciitis generally experience pain upon first rising in the morning and after sitting for a length of time.
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Click to find out more about Plantar Fasciitis

 
All About "The Sole Whisperer"!!

Stacie has always been working with people.  She has been working for the WRHA as a Health Care Aide for the past 19 years and continues today to work with homecare.   She was introduced to Reflexology in 2008 and has become a Certified Teacher and Practitioner in Foot, Hand and Ear Reflexology.  She took on the role as Co-Chair for the Manitoba Chapter for
a few years and continues her Mobile and In-House Reflexology services.  Stacie enjoys her marriage of 13 years and her two wonderful young boys.


The Four Main Benefits of Reflexology

1.  Improve Circulation
2.  Stress Reduction
3.  Improved Digestion
4.  Pain Reduction

 
Relax, Recharge, Heal!
Reflexology is both preventative and restorative, rejuvenating and energizing.  Reflexology can restore and maintain the body's natural equilibruim by encouraging
the body to heal itself at its own pace.

'If you're feeling out of kilter, Don't know why or what about
Let your feet reveal the answer, Find the sore spot, work it out"

Sincerely,
 
  Stacie Peters
"The Sole Whisperer"

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