Last week I had a very nice interview with Owen de Ridder, he is the man behind the podcast TCM Lover and as you will hear in the conversation, he has a naturally curious nature. Every now and then you hear the birds in his garden chirping in the background.
How do you become a foot reflexologist and then move from an office job to foot reflexology? Can you see alcohol consumption or sugar consumption in the feet? What about cold feet and cold toes in people, what do I think about that? Why are the feet so accessible compared to the rest of the body in babies? This and more is discussed in the TCM Lover podcast.
You can listen to the podcast episode here:
“Floor specializes in baby reflexology (a form of baby foot massage) and pregnancy reflexology. As the first baby reflexologist in the Netherlands and as a mother, she has done pioneering work in the field of baby reflexology and baby massage. She has developed several courses in which she teaches the first generation of Dutch reflexologists and parents how to relax babies and relieve various symptoms in babies such as constipation, colic, insomnia, colds and teething.”