I have had a hiatus in blogging. No I am not the type of person who can just bash something out, I need inspiration and this morning I got it.
I received my RAA Magazine (Reflexology Across America) in the mail yesterday, but having a banquet to attend I did not find the time to look at it last night. So this morning over a leisurely cuppa I sat down to read.
How excited I was when I came across the first article (I read my magazine back cover to front for some reason) that really piqued my interest, it was on Sally Kay’s Reflexology Lymph Drainage DVD. This DVD is so well done and easy to follow and understand and such a wonderful introduction to the class. Having both watched the DVD and taken the class and seen the results clients get I am a firm believer.
The second article that caught my eye was about Sue Ricks and her training for Babies & Children Gentle Touch Reflexology. Again, I have been blessed to have some training with Sue and look forward to doing more. The gentle work always gets such enthusiastic comments and clients are so glad to know that therapeutic does not have to mean painful. Reading this was like having Sue sit next to me on the couch and chat.
So really I guess today I just wanted to give a shout out to the Reflexology Association of America for all the hard work they put in to keeping their members informed on quality continued education among other things. And also to celebrate the well deserved recognition that both Sally Kay http://www.reflexologylymphdrainage.co.uk/ and Sue Ricks http://www.suericks.com/ got in our latest magazine.
If you are a USA based reflexologist I would like to encourage you to look at joining the RAA http://reflexology-usa.org/ if you are based overseas look into joining a non profit organization in the country you live in.
Should you wish to book a reflexology appointment and live in the Syracuse, Indiana area I would be pleased to talk with you 574-658-4243 and get you scheduled.
As always I wish you health and success, whatever that looks like for you personally.