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The Scents of Learning

Another BIG Thank You, to Connie Scheel for sharing her essential oil tips with Footsteps In Eden Reflexology. Imagine yourself preparing for a test or working on a deadline for a project. Your brain races, or maybe it goes blank. You don’t know where to start, or you’re not sure if you can remember the […]

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Fun Foot Facts. . . . and Food for Thought, Too

Feet and food don’t seem to go together well at all, but this post about feet may give you some serious and not-so-serious food for thought and some laughs to boot (pun intended). And, of course, I’ll be looking at a few of these facts from a reflexology “stand” point. (Yep, another pun intended). This […]

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Bare Feet in the Grass (or Sand) = Earthing

  Reflexologists think about feet all the time — well at least a lot of the time. My thoughts today are on the subject of bare feet. Bare feet and summertime just go together! That feeling of walking through the thick green grass — the grass coming up between your toes and under your feet […]

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Bug Bite Burn Free Summer with Essential Oils

Guest post from Connie Scheel, our favorite writer on the awesome potential of Young Living Essential Oils. My 4 year old tow­headed sweethearted nephew is staring into the refrigerator as I walk into the kitchen. “What are you looking for, Georgie Boy?” (his nickname), I ask. He replies, “the purple bottle. I have a bug […]

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Post-Vacation Reflexology and Healthy Smoothies

“Post-Vacation Thoughts” was my chosen topic today. I say, “was,” because it quickly became apparent that what I really needed after a “relaxing” vacation was a return to healthy eating and a great reflexology session — and, well, maybe some rest, too. I believe we are all, all too familiar with that scenario; so, I’m […]

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Reflexology and Care for Summertime Feet

This post is updated from a very old one I had shared. Writing the original, I stumbled across a comment on another great blog out there: “Every barefoot adventure should come with a reflexologist included.” I couldn’t agree more! Thankfully, after a slow cold start to Spring in Memphis, the days have finally warmed up. […]

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