Thursday, March 29, 2018

Dien Cham Calmed Overly Excited Puppy almost Immediately

I was spending time at the Taitung train station on October 25, waiting for the train to Taipei after Gina Stewart's RVP Program that followed the International Reflexology Conference hosted by the ICR and Father Josef (aka Father Hu) and his Taiwanese team.

I noticed a young friendly male dog.  He was very playful; actually he was too too playful and excited.  A young woman fed him white bread after she noticed that he was bothering someone who had food.  He ate some of it.   

He was adorable and I played with him, too, but he jumped up and started tearing on my clothes.  I was a bit worried about this getting out of control, but somehow I forgot all about the One_Minute Facial Reflexology for Dogs. I had not had an encounter like this, and I had only given sessions to dogs that seemed calm to protect myself.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Emoji Reflexology!

 When I see the thumps up emoji πŸ‘πŸΌ,  I think of a. hitch hiking (between Murau and Stadl, Austria in the 80s - long story; those were the days) but b. these days more so of the “thumbwalk” which is a reflexology technique.

Scrolling through the emoji menu looking for just the right emoji many a times, I came to the realization that I could probably do Reflexology education/communicate via emojis. Take a look...

🀝 Greeting clientπŸŽ‹
Pre-session: πŸ“΄πŸ’¬πŸšΎπŸ’© 🚽
Check in: πŸ“‹πŸ•πŸΊπŸŽ’πŸ€•☄️πŸ’¨
Session: 🎼 πŸ“»πŸ“ΌπŸ•₯
(πŸ‘πŸΌ,πŸ‘‡πŸΌ,πŸ‘ˆπŸΌ,πŸ‘‰πŸ½,πŸ‘ŠπŸ½, etc., etc)
After the session:
R(reflexologist):  would you like a glass of water🚰 ?How are you feeling?✍🏼
C(client): Stress level is lower, etc.