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Sounds wonderful right?  Almost too beautifully simple…

Research and evidence show that 40% of Canadians will experience a sleep disorder during their lifetime. Over time, it can lead to long term health consequences including obesity, heart problems, diabetes – to name a few. We can’t change the amount of distractions, pressure, expectations we encounter through living in this modern age; however, we can adjust how we approach sleep as a way to good health by utilizing simple tools to overcome factors that interfere with proper rest. 

It comes down to forming good habits:

  • avoid caffeine, alcohol, late night eating and other stimulants 4-6 hours before bedtime
  • make your bedroom into a sleep inducing environment, i.e.: maintain a cool, dark room and keep computers and hand held devices that emit blue light out of the bedroom
  • reduce physically and psychologically stressful events before bed that can cause the body to secrete cortisol which is associated with increasing alertness
  • get outside during the day for a sun break as it helps with resetting your internal clock particularly first thing in the morning and middle of the day

Utilizing bodywork techniques such as reflexology can assist in reinforcing these good habits. Regular reflexology treatments support balance, comfort and healing in the body. It is based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet that map to other parts, glands and organs of the body. Application of pressure on these reflexes may:

  • relieve tension
  • improve circulation
  • support the body’s efforts to function optimally

Reflexology is a unique and holistic way to support good health and help you feel better. Try a reflexology treatment by a certified reflexology therapist to help promote restful and healing sleep. It is important to note, always seek help from your doctor or other health care professional if your sleep issues persist. Wishing you all sweet dreams…SLEEP, LONG TERM HEALTH, REFLEXOLOGY, STRESS RELIEF


A wait list is available for appointment requests for the remainder of this year. Please email me at As time slots become available, it will be reflected in the online schedule. Continue to check for openings.

PLEASE NOTE: My practice is currently NOT accepting NEW clients. APPOINTMENTS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE TO EXISTING/FORMER CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. I will continue to re-evaluate re-opening my schedule to new clients as numbers allow. If you require immediate care please refer to to locate an RMT near you or for Reflexology Care, check the Reflexology Association of Canada.

Please note that all appointments are subject to possible reschedule/cancellation in accordance with all current public health advice. Thank you for your patience and please STAY SAFE!

Please contact me at +1647-520-1969 or if you have any questions or concerns.

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