Over the past year, many of us have experienced major shifts in our personal and professional lives and are continuing to find new ways to adapt. Reflexology is a profoundly relaxing, unique touch technique that targets points on the feet, hands, and ears corresponding to the rest of the body in order to promote wellness, relieve pain, and reduce tension. Best of all, there are simple techniques that you can easily use for self-care, whether you are working from home, or adjusting to new ways of interacting in-person. Melanie Giangreco, National Board-Certified Reflexologist and owner of Mpath Well-being will provide an overview of reflexology and how it can contribute to personal and workplace wellness, lead attendees through simple relaxation routines, and allow time for breakout sessions for everyone to share and brainstorm wellness strategies that contribute to health and productivity.
Provided by the Williston Chapter Coordinators. Due to concerns around COVID-19 all WBON chapter meetings will be held virtually through Zoom. An email containing the link will be sent prior to the event date. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Melanie Giangreco is the owner of Mpath Well-being, a reflexology practice based in Richmond, VT and offering online reflexology self-care consultations. She completed her first reflexology training in 2012 and has gone on to complete more advanced training in reflexology for relaxation and pain management (with an emphasis on musculoskeletal disorders and lower limb injuries), and reflexology for pregnancy and postpartum. Melanie’s clients have ranged in age from a few days to 90+ years. They have been children, teachers, business leaders, medical professionals, and community change-makers.