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DVD Release
Upcoming Course Dates
DVD Release 

Over the summer I have prepared and produced a dvd which is intended for current and past students.  It shows a complete treatment of Reflexology being performed, with my voice describing all the reflex areas and how to work them.  It is intended as a learning tool for current students, and for past students a useful way of introducing your clients to reflexology, in your clinic setting for example.   

Regular price - $25, only $20 if you order before September 31st 2008.

Call Janet today to order - 416 788 5970
RAC Reflexology Conference
The Reflexology Association of Canada holds a two yearly conference and this year it is in Montreal.  The dates are November 7 - 11 and there are many international speakers attending.  As you can imagine, this is a great opportunity to meet and network with other reflexologists and learn from our peers.
For more information:
T. 1.877.722.3338 or
Seasonal Motto: 
Think positive thoughts and practise forgiveness
With best wishes,

Janet Williams
Footsteps School of Reflexology

Footsteps Newsletter - Fall 2008 


Welcome to our first quarterly newsletter and hope you enjoy the content. The plan is to produce one newsletter every season and you need to click on the box below to make sure you receive them. 
This is a great way for us all to keep in touch and I would like you all to participate as much as possible by sending interesting case studies, telling me what you would like to learn about, interesting couses taking place etc. 
There will also be some nutritional advice that ties in with the season.
Homeopathy by Haroula Battista 
 Homeopathy is a system of natural medicine first defined by Samuel Hahnemann in the 18th century  and its origins can be traced back to the times of Hypocrates.  Homeopathy uses natural remedies from the plant, animal and mineral kingdoms to stimulate the body's self-healing abilities. It is a holistic practice which treats the symptoms of the body and mind as a totality and is based on the principle that like cures like.  Each homeopathic remedy, nearly 4,000 in total, carries with it a specific footpint and a homeopathic practitioner is trained to identify the symptom picture of the patient and match it to that of the remedy for a complete cure.
Homeopathic remedies are safe and do not interfere with any other medications.  They work on an energetic level by stimulating the body to work optimally and therefore fight a disease manifestation
To learn more about homeopathy, you can email Haroula  at or call her at: 416.803.4391 
Haroula was a student at Footsteps in 2005
Upcoming Course Dates
 Mon September 22    Next CRHP course
Thurs October 16       Business Start-up Workshop
Wed November 12     Advanced Reflexology
Thurs November 13    Hand Reflexology 
Thurs December 4     Hand Reflexology
Sat January 10          Next CRHP course start date
November 25 - 29      CRHP Course
On-going Aromatherapy course by correspondence
For more details and 2009 course dates, go to
Nutritional Bites
(from a Footsteps student)
Eat whole, natural, local foods, preferably organic or naturally grown and raised. Fall is the best time in Ontario to eat fresh local produce. You can find them at local farmers markets.
Do not eat anything that your great grand parents wouldn't recognize as food.
Avoid margarine (even if it claims to be transfats-free). It's still processed, unnatural, and devitalized. Oils that are used to make margarine are liquid in their natural state.
Avoid any processed and prepackaged foods like cold cuts, boxed cereal, store bought cookies, cakes, canned foods, etc. The longer shelf life it has the less nutritious it is. Processed foods contain preservatives that may irritate your digestive tract and impair your digestion and elimination.
Use filtered water for cooking, drinking, and beverage preparation.
.For further information visit