3 Essential Tools Every Reflexologist Should Own
In this Video, I cover what I think are the top 3 tools that you need in your Reflexology practice.
Number #1 – A Chair / Stool
Finding a stool that can adjust in height and that has wheels is a key, so you can adjust yourself to the client and be the most comfortable you can be when giving a session since this comfort will be transferred to your client.
Number #2 – Clients Chair
Now that you are comfortable you can focus on the client being comfortable. I use a zero gravity chair by LaFuma (France) because of they are very comfortable, very portable and very durable.
Number #3 – Reflexology Chart
These are a great visual tool to establish yourself as a professional
at 2:15 – I mention a previous video “Having Good Technique in Reflexology” click the following link to watch that video: https://youtu.be/YJLl7AwWRBI
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LaFuma Zero Gravity Chair: https://amzn.to/2FlOU10
Lafuma Zero Gravity Chairs on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2r44UQe
Lafuma Replacement Laces for RSX and RSX XL Recliners: https://amzn.to/2HWiM9B
Reflexology Charts: https://balancingtouch.ca/bts-foot-chart/