Thursday, October 28, 2010

A New Technique and It's Impact

Thinking about yesterday and what went on in my three and a half hour session. Never had that much change occur in the twenty years I have worked on these feet. I figured it out at 3 AM this morning. (IMHO I think this approach could profoundly impact the practice of reflexology and make reflexologists on high demand.) I won't keep you on suspense. It involves double thumbwalking from the ankle down. What I figured out this morning is that you can trigger ground sensors that are involved in the adjustment to the surface underfoot. It loosens both the foot and leg. But it does something else that seems to integrate the whole foot. Amazing stuff!!! BlogBooster-The most productive way for mobile blogging. BlogBooster is a multi-service blog editor for iPhone, Android, WebOs and your desktop


Abby said...

Thank you for your insights! Do you mean that you are working plantar surface up to the ankle or in reverse, and would that matter? Also, by double thumb walking, do you mean one thumb directly behind the other? Thank you again, you improve the world of reflexology on a daily basis!
Abby Soley ~ Bellingham Reflexology

Wendy Decker said...

Yes, Kevin. I also would like to hear specifics. I assumed you meant side by side thumb walking. DO you mean just the plantar surface? Do you have the client prone? I am trying to see your body ergonomics in my mind.

Willendorf60 said...

I too would like to know more specifics on this technique. Dorsal to Plantar, Double thumbwalking?

Deb K said...

HI Kevin, Thank you for sharing your insights with us. I would love to have more specifics on this techniques.. maybe you should do a YouTube video to demostrate.. it sounds extremely useful! Thanks so much