Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Reflexology as a green technology

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This morning I ran into an article about how our publisher DK/Penguin was planning at least to go partially green. When you think about it publishing does effect our environment with the demands of paper and the processes that go with it.

That started me thinking about how green is reflexology.

Reflexology is pretty green when you get down to it. The environmental footprint of a reflexologist is very light. There are no harmful chemicals and no medical waste. . There are no fumes or toxic chemicals released.

About the only thing is the energy used to light one's office or keep it heated or cooled. Some paperwork does consume paper products. And if you do house calls there are some greenhouse gases released from your automobile.

But compared to other practices reflexology doesn't really hold a candle to them.

Kevin Kunz

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