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Sole Source Reflexology Summer 2011 Newsletter 

Welcome! Summer 2011 Newsletter

In this Issue: 
  • Bare your toes this summer... Visit an outdoor reflexology path for some barefoot self-care.
  • Appointments available 5 days per week!
  • What about YOU? Are you taking time for yourself? 

Bare your toes this summer... 

The weather is finally consistent with the season called SUMMER! Free those toes from shoes and treat your bare feet to some nature; the grass in the park, the sand at the beach, or experience the many textures of a reflexology path. The Seattle area is fortunate enough to have several outdoor reflexology paths open to the public. Walking on a reflexology path stimulates reflex points in the soles of the feet connected to various organs and systems in the body. Gravity combined with pressure on the stones provide a therapeutic exercise that stimulates health. Elizabeth Marazita, fellow reflexologist and creator of paths with Paths of Health, Inc. says, "Walking a foot reflexology path has been part of the traditional wellness practice of many Asian cultures for thousands of years, and scientific studies have shown real benefits of walking the path," which include increased circulation, improved relaxation, and decrease in stress levels. Walking outdoors on a sunny day is a bonus!

Tips for Walking a Reflexology Path:
  1. Each path is unique. Follow instructions posted at the path.
  2. For best results, walk barefoot, in socks, or with soft-soled shoes. 
  3. Your feet may be tender at first, so walk at your own pace. Breathe slowly and deeply.
  4. Use provided handrails for balance assistance and for rocking exercises on your arches. Rest on provided benches between walking sessions and massage areas of soreness on your feet.
  5. After walking a reflexology path, drink water to help flush away released toxins.
Public Reflexology Paths
The Walk of Health at Bastyr University, 14500 Juanita Drive N.E., Kenmore. (located near the herb garden)
Marymoor Park: 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond (Park in Lot K near Tennis Courts)
White Center Park (Steve Cox Memorial Park): 1321 SW 102nd St, Seattle (located east of the parking lot)
132nd Square Park: 13159 132nd Avenue NE, Kirkland (located south of the parking lot)
Lynnwood Recreation Center: 18900 44th Ave W, Lynnwood (located outside the Rec Center)
 
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Appointment Hours


Queen Anne:
 
Monday 9:30am-4:30pm

Capitol Hill:
Tuesday 10am-7pm
Wednesday 8am-11:30am
Thursday 9:30am-4:30pm
On-site (your home or office):
Wednesday 12:30pm-4:00pm
Friday 9:30am-4:30pm
(travel fees waived until 2012!)

Contact me for an appointment.
Online booking now available for Queen Anne and Capitol Hill hours. (Please book on-site appointments with me via phone or email.)




What about YOU?

It's late at night after a day filled with work, social engagements, and family; you feel lucky if you have a few spare moments to yourself. Keep in mind that you are better equipped to "take care" of business and others if you take care of your needs. Commit to one thing for your well-being in the next few weeks. Need ideas? Take a walk at lunch time, stretch your limbs before getting out of bed, plan a healthy meal, relax in a warm epsom salt bath, make a cup of tea and stare out the window, limit multi-tasking for a day. When you are relaxed, your body and mind can recharge, refresh, and reset allowing you to feel ready to face the day with energy! 
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