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WHAT IS NATIONAL REFLEXOLOGY DAY (NRD)?

 The first Canadian National Reflexology Day will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 30, 2023 – radiating the undiluted voice of reflexology through concentrated efforts across Canada.

National Reflexology Day (NRD) is a day dedicated to raising awareness around the benefits and accessibility of Reflexology in Canada. This day, held annually on the last Tuesday of May, aims to foster the strengthening of our Reflexology communities across Canada by advocating for better access to reflexology therapy, education, research, and insurance coverage. It also strives to underline the importance of seeking a Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist (RCRT™).

As they say, April showers bring May flowers and the growth and rejuvenation of May is easily translated to how reflexology can help regenerate.

Join the movement to create awareness of this effective, non-invasive, holistic, natural therapy in Canada.

Join the movement!

 Share your reflexology stories

 Spread the word – download our resource package

 Book a reflexology session

 Speak to your employer about adding reflexology to your benefit package

 Invite us into your community or workplace for an introduction to reflexology

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 Date: May 30, 2023; Going forward, the last Tuesday of May annually.

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WHAT IS REFLEXOLOGY?

Reflexology is the study of reflexes. Reflexology therapies are natural therapeutic methods derived from this study based on the principle that there are reflexes in the body that map to other parts, glands, and organs of the body. Through the application of pressure on these reflexes, reflexology therapy can:

 relieve tension;

improve circulation and;

support the body’s efforts to function optimally.

WHAT MAKES REFLEXOLOGY DIFFERENT FROM OTHER THERAPIES?

A Reflexology Therapist can help alleviate pain by working reflexes on a corresponding body part.

Aside from outerwear, clothing is not generally removed, which can be appealing to many clients.

While a therapist may only physically touch one body part, because bodily systems work together, reflexology can improve the function of the entire body.

It is less expensive to stay healthy, keep your body functioning optimally through regular reflexology sessions -than to try and fix a problem after the fact.

WHAT DOES SCIENCE SAY ABOUT REFLEXOLOGY?

Research has shown that reflexology can be an effective
Nonpharmaceutical way to help with sleep disturbances.

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