Foot Whispering 02/06 by Parkinsons Recovery

Randy Eady, M.Ed, former professor and therapeutic counselor in Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at the USAF Academy, Colorado is otherwise known as the foot whisperer. He has been using (and inventing) a variety of simple, affordable foot-focused tools successfully with clients, including renowned author, new-thought leader and wellness guru, Louise Hay for several years.  He says, “This approach is ideally suited to address movement and balance challenge conditions for people suffering a variety of symptoms or simply wanting to maintain or improve movement confidence.” 

Randy is one of the featured speakers at the 2013 Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Santa Fe February 21st-24th. He will show how to apply an innovative “off-label” use of Far InfraRed delivered to the feet to help with circulation, neuropathy, toe-curling/muscle-cramping and will showcase a simple to use movement transcendence tool for balance, core strength and flow that helps frozen shoulders, lordosis, stenosis and other spine conditions, as well as improving range-of-motion and opening the pelvis/enhancing 3-D diaphragm expansion for better breathing, balance and cross-body coordination!

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