Bliss Reflexology

Bliss Reflexology Leslie Spires Bliss Reflexology! Excitement feels anxious initially as I am called into the presence of receiving Reflexology.  

Then with a gentle opening to the possibilities of being, I respond to the gentle so slow touch as a new experience and joy and aliveness awakens and bliss follows. 

I am now aware that at first I resist with fear as I feel anxious. Tears flow during the Reflexology session as I became aware how fear keeps me from recognising and receiving love. It is deeply healing to release this fear.

As I enjoy giving and receiving Reflexology with the potent power of Young Living Essential Oils, I experience mixtures of emotions and sensations during the sessions. Thoughts and memories of what shaped anxious fears and beliefs and misconception arise and fall away leading to an awareness and presence with a fear of “being tolerated” in situations where I most desire to be. I imagine my life without this fear and being welcomed to new experiences that I long to have.

Bliss Reflexology Glowing HandsNow when I give a session I feel joyful and centred and the feeling continues as I give the foot bathing, anointing. As I work on my partner’s feet I am encouraged by my partner’s deep relaxation. I recognise how important it is for me to hold space for clients to feel deeply secure and safe.

I am so excited to be apart of this experience, very grateful for Hayley’s graciousness as our teacher, and to know you, Farida, as the founder of this amazing and wonderful school.
As I am now in an awakening, purification and healing process as I begin a journey of discovering and learning, I build upon the ashes of all that no longer serves me. I am excited to be able to provide for my family in a way that also allows me to be more present with them and grateful to find my path.
Inspires Healing Arts & Transformational Services is the name of my business. I enjoy the play on my last name as the perfect name for a healing practice. I am ready to birth my practice and very excited to offer my fellow human beings these gifts.” Leslie Spires, Colorado