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Brigham and Women's Hospital Nurses Loves Reflexology!

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Through 15 minute mini reflexology sessions, the Healing Place was recently able to help a caring and hard working group of nurses reduce stress and improve focus.  The Healing Place visited the eighth floor cardiovascular unit at Brigham and Women's Hospital for the fifth time this year as part of their wellness program. The nurses give so much of themselves to their patients that the Healing Place takes great pride in being able to give these caregivers something back through the nurturing touch of Relaxation Reflexology.

The nurses always look forward to their reflexology sessions. Some of the comments received were-

“I always look forward to these mini reflexology sessions.”

“I’m so relaxed that I can’t go back to work.”

“I can’t believe I fell asleep!”

The principal of reflexology is that reflex points connect with a specific organ, gland or body part. Through the application of pressure using specific thumb and finger techniques, reflexology encourages the body to relax. Reflexology promotes the reduction of stress, reinforcing the body’s ability to stay healthy and vital.

Working with a certified Reflexologist, he/she will strengthen and support your gastrointestinal, elimination, endocrine, respiratory, reproductive, musculoskeletal, cardio, and spine functions. Before you know it you will feel better, more balanced and calm, and enjoy better sleep.

Helen Chin Lui is a certified Reflexologist and certified Energy Medicine Practitioner. She is the owner and founder of the Healing Place of Medfield Massachusetts. She specializes in helping clients find relief from chronic digestive disorder.

The Healing Place offers a variety of alternative or holistic healing techniques to enable people to live a more balance lifestyle. She would be happy to talk to you more about your health issues and how she can be of service to you. She offers a free 30-minute consultation to find out if she can help you or refer you to other resources. Please call the Healing Place at 508 359-6463 or for more information about services visit www.healingplacemedfield.com

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