Nurturing Reflexology

Nurturing Reflexology Edwin Luckoff-AmadorNurturing Reflexology is how best to describe the session I received from Leslie. It was grounding and relaxing and felt like a coming home as usually I am up in my head analysing situations and decisions. After the session I feel incredibly grounded and strong. I cannot wait to share this gift with others.

When receiving today, I quickly fell into a deep, relaxed state in which I felt perfectly centered and balanced. Questions of my self-worth came up and while I haven’t answered them all, I will continue to wrestle with them.

Nurturing Reflexology Edwin Luckoff-AmadorWhen giving, I found that I was much too focused on how much time was left and was therefore not able to completely submit to the flow I have experienced before. I think grounding myself before giving with help with this.

I am finally living. Growing up I always felt I was just a reflection of what I saw around me but now I am able to hold my own space and it is the most beautiful and humbling experience.

Nurturing Reflexology Edwin Luckoff-Amador Foot BathThe Reflexology Immersions was one of the most nurturing weeks of my life.  The beautiful mountains of Colorado have made me feel so small, yet so grounded and collected. I feel much more in-tune with my body and my spirit and the people in my life. The past months, people have been placed along my path to encourage, love, guide me.

While I now have to leave Colorado for some time, I am excited to see what is to come and the people that I will be able to share this gift with.  AI can hear the mountains of Colorado say ‘come home soon’.” 

Last week was such an incredible experience for me. Hayley is such a lovely soul and a great teacher. My soul feels nourished and grounded after the Reflexology Immersion and I am excited to take the things I learned on my future journeys!

I follow up Reflexology with a 9 week internship at Hospital Andino in Riobamba, Ecuador! I will be shadowing and helping the acupuncturists and experiencing the healing environment. Because Riobamba is made up of about 70% indigenous people that refuse to be treated by modern medicine, the hospital specialises in treating the people with their traditional ways of healing. I am very excited!
After my time in Ecuador I plan to move out to Boulder as the mountains are calling my name :). I plan on continuing to develop my Reflexology skills and am interested in taking Healing Diets, Iridology and other courses you offer.
Other than that I will be working to eat more raw greens as Hayley has shown me their numerous benefits, learning more about essential oils, and continuing my spiritual development. I still have much to learn but I am excited to be on the right path!” Edwin Luckoff-Amador