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Learning From The Masters

I am grateful to be a student of ancient knowledge, profound wisdom. Honored to be qualified to teach what I have been given. I am still learning from masters who have come before me. “I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn!” Albert Einstein [http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/ tag/teaching] [...]

Monkey mind. We all have one.

It isn’t helping us when we need it to. In fact, quite the opposite: it’s crazy making. All we want is peace of mind and sometimes all we get is madness from the frenzy of the monkey between our ears. Isn’t there a way to create harmony, synchronism between what we want and how things [...]

Freedom from Sciatic Nerve Pain: Katie’s Story

For those who have never visited a reflexologist before–or even if you have, but don’t have anyone to share your experience with–we thought it might be nice to share some of our Cincinnati-area customers’ reflexology stories. Each person has a unique reason for coming, and a unique experience with the reflexology process. This is the [...]

What Are Your Barriers to Healing?

If you’re experiencing chronic pain, and have tried without success to reduce or eliminate that pain, consider for a moment that there is something that could be standing in the way of your healing. Recent or long-past emotional scars may be creating barriers that prevent your body from releasing the pain. When we harbor negative [...]

Why Compassion Matters

In the July/August issue of Cincinnati’s Whole Living Journal, Himavat Ishaya contributes his thoughts about how self-compassion can help you heal.  “Why Compassion Matters” is part 2 in a two-part series published by the magazine, which is the premier healthy living publication in the Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area. Noticing how we feel, without judging it, [...]

Reflexology to Heal the Homeless

The Sages’ Touch is committed to making a difference in the community. Downtown, in Cincinnati’s Over The Rhine community, there is a non-profit organization known as Tender Mercies. Since 1985, Tender Mercies has been providing housing and supportive services for homeless persons with histories of mental illness. Tender Mercies’ mission is to help some of [...]

The Healing Power of Reflexology: Melissa’s Story

For those who have never visited a reflexologist before–or even if you have, but don’t have anyone to share your experience with–we thought it might be nice to share some of our Cincinnati-area customers’ reflexology stories. Each person has a unique reason for coming, and a unique experience with the reflexology process. This is the [...]

Stressed Out? Try Reflexology to Find Your Calm

Stress is a normal human response to the chaos and challenges of life, and we all experience it from time to time. But what if you find yourself stressed beyond what seems “normal”? In this day and age of jammed schedules, high expectations, economic uncertainty, and lack of self-care, stress can really take its toll [...]

Relief from Arthritis Pain: How Reflexology Can Help

Arthritis is a term used to describe more than 100 different conditions that affect joints as well as other parts of the body. Arthritis is one of the most prevalent chronic health problems and the nation’s most common causes of disability, according to the national Arthritis Foundation. An estimated 50 million adults in the United [...]

Silence: The Infinite Power Within

In the latest issue of Cincinnati’s Whole Living Journal, Himavat Ishaya contributes his thoughts about the power of silence. “How Healing Happens” is part 1 in a two-part series published by the magazine, which is the premier healthy living publication in the Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area. There is a powerful truth about sickness and healing [...]