Hey Family, how are you doing this week? We had another nor’easter which is why we cancelled Tuesday’s webinar. Thankfully it ended up being milder than projected for our area and besides a few power and internet outages, all was well.
Despite some whacky weather, we did get most of what we set out to accomplish this week completed. We also got back into our full exercise routine and training schedule. It has been pretty off and on since I got back from NC.
It’s has been a bit of a rollercoaster since my mom passed away. Speaking of, thank you all for being patience with us through this transition and grieving process.
Moving my body whether dancing, exercising or training is a must daily, that’s my medicine along with healthy food, sunshine and fresh air. Days off or even every other day, just isn’t enough for this healing process.
Speaking of healing and medicine, I wanted to share something else that will help you and your family to heal and feel better. We’ve had a lot of inquiries about back pain lately and this is a tool that has helped my loved ones, friends and myself from back pain, to a stuffy nose and soooo much more.
It’s called reflexology.
As you will find overtime, a lot of what I will share with you to aid in your healing is often simple, accessible and affordable or free. The body and nature is amazing and there is so much that each of us can do to help ourselves and others heal from all kinds of alignments, stress, depression, etc.
So what is reflexology?
In short it is a therapeutic method of applying pressure and massage to pressure points on the body that correlate with various body parts and ailments. These points encourage blood flow and healing through the nervous system.
There’s a lot to share on this topic, so I am going to give you the basics to get you started. It’s super simple and the more often you do it, like exercise, training, Qigong, etc… The more benefits you will reap.
And did I mention… It’s free and simple to do?!?
So what are we waiting for? Let’s get going!
Reflexology How To & References
Chinese Perspective: www.chinesefootreflexology.com
Ear Reflexology Chart
Teeth Reflexology Chart
Hand Reflexology Chart
Foot Reflexology Chart
I haven’t personally used the teeth one yet, however I have been using ear, hand and foot reflexology for years.
What about you? Do you use reflexology? If so, how has it helped you? If no, will you be learning and trying it out?
(Let us know in the comments below!)
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Peace, Blessings & Happy Training,
Sije Jamie Pelaez
& The Enter Shaolin Family
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