Reflexology for stress relief workshop Jan. 15
Rockland — Through the relaxation process the body is more capable of dealing with the stresses placed on it by daily living and those associated with illness. Reflexology gently nudges the body toward improved functioning of the system by improving lymphatic drainage and venous circulation, simulation to the nerve pathways, and muscle relaxation.
The public is invited to discuss this further at a workshop with Michele Nettles Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m. at Good Tern Co-Op in Rockland.
Nettles is a wellness practitioner and has been a certified foot reflexologist since 2011. She studied at Treat Your Feet School of Reflexology in Augusta, and is an active member of the Maine Council of Reflexologist and the St. George Business Alliance. She volunteers in the community doing reflexology at the Knox County Health Clinic Wellness Program, The Victorian Tea and the Common Ground Fair.
Nettles has a long career in the mental health field and brings compassion, understanding and intuitive energy to her practice.