Give Feet a Warming Treat this Winter
When it’s cold outside, we tend to move less, and unfortunately, that means the more than 7,200 nerve endings on the bottom of each foot are not getting the stimulation they need. Kristi Holmes, owner of R3 Reflexology (Relieve, Release, Restore), is a certified graduate of Branch Reflexology Institute, in Okemos, Michigan, and a nationally board certified reflexologist through the American Reflexology Certification Board. She says, “Reflexology is an integrative health practice that maps a reflection of the whole body on the feet and hands; therefore, working on the feet or the hands affects the whole body; every system, gland and organ.”
She explains, “Delivering alternating pressure to neural pathways assists the body to function optimally. Although it cannot claim to treat for a specific condition clients often feel relief from many issues such as sinus, plantar fasciitis, digestive issues and neck and shoulder pain in the very first session. Reflexology is for everyone at any age."
Location: 689 N. Mill St., Ste. 103, Plymouth. For more information, call 248-872-3042 or visit ARCB.net.