What do you look for in a session that makes it difficult for others to provide a session to your liking?
I've found I get frustrated with extremes in pressure: too light, too deep. I also get bored of the American standard and Universal methods. Throw in some Advanced Reflexology Techniques (ART) or mix it up a bit. Not the same 'ol, same 'ol every time. LOL. Guess I'm picky too. :wink:
============================ Healthy Feet can hear the very heart of Mother Earth. - Sitting Bull
around here, very few people practice reflexology..
that being said, it's a friend that i trade with. having *VERY* sensitive feet, it's easy for me to be uncomfortable when she gets caught up in what she's talking about and suddenly uses more pressure.
i'm so happy you found a CRT that you like! make notes about what she did that made you happy. getting a good session is like getting a zillion pounds of gold!
"You need chaos in your soul to give birth to a dancing star."~
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
I like to feel my reflexology session. I find the sessions I have had to date weren't satisfying because the therapist didn't use enough pressure.
In March I had a D & C after a miscarriage so I treated myself to a reflexology session. I couldn't believe that after having miscarriage and surgery I didn't have a single tender reflex.
I realize that I should have asked for more pressure but honestly, it's been so far off that I haven't even bothered.
I believe in deep pressure within a persons comfort level. I generally use a lot of pressure unless I'm working on a diabetic or someone with fibromyalgiz etc. or if someone is uncomfortable. When I find a tender reflex I will ask my client if it's too much. They always say no, it hurts but keep working it.
"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." - Jimi Hendrix