Discussion topic #4 When will it be time to change your focus, and follow a different path Reflexology isn’t in everyone’s life for the long haul, and being able to recognize that, and accept change as it comes is wisdom in action. Reflexology is like the reason, the season or the lifetime. For some,
Discussion topic #3 Where reflexology led you, and the discoveries you made along the way Initially, the study of reflexology led me to college. College introduced me to a world I didn’t know existed. I had unknowingly lived in somewhat of a Catholic ghetto most of my life. My tunnel vision was so
Discussion Topic #2: How your interest in reflexology evolved, and has been maintained over time While I may share my stories, the point of the presentation was to stimulate yours. How did your interest in reflexology unfold? How did you turn your study into a career? Or did it simply stay an interest?
Discussion Topic #1 Why and how you became a reflexology practitioner I don’t know your answer, but I do know mine. By the beginning of 1998 it was obvious to me that my life wasn’t working, and I knew, without a doubt, that it was time to do something different and make some changes.
The reason behind the question, Why are you a Reflexologist? In August this year I gave a two hour presentation to members of the Reflexology Association of Australia. It was entitled, “Why are you a reflexologist?” Rather than leave it as a file in my computer, I’m happy to share it with like-minded people. So,
I don’t know why YOU are a reflexologist, but in my case many apparently isolated and unrelated experiences, as well as chance meetings all eventually combined; attracting my interest, and encouraging me to allow reflexology to be a part of my life. In retrospect I think we can all say that reflexology is so much