Save 25% May 23-29

Head over to my Instagram, find my business name in the Boggle board and save 25% for the next week.

Look to your right for my Instagram feed

Winnipeg Wellness Expo

Please join us at the 2020 Wellness Expo at the RBC Convention Centre February 14-16.

$10 at the door or get your free ticket HERE

See you there!

Pay the date – Discover Reflexology

Celebrating the end of a decade. We are offering to alleviate some of the year end stresses by having a pay the date promotion. Book your session, recline, and shed some stress. Discover the benefits of reflexology and take care of yourself to start 2020 off right.

DECEMBER 30 ~ pay $30
DECEMBER 31 ~ pay $31

You can book online, call or email. Pricing will be changed at the time of your appointment.

Limited space available.

2nd Anniversary

We officially celebrate two years at our location in the Fort Garry area of Winnipeg. I have been blessed and grateful to everyone for their support and continued growth in our community, city and province. There is so much more we can do and I hope to share with more people as we head into summer.

As a thank you to our clients, current and future, we are taking 15% off all regular priced reflexology sessions until June 28, 2019.

Discover the benefits of what we can offer you.

A Reminder of Our Referral Program

The new year is a time for reflection, resolutions and turning over a new leaf. At Discover Reflexology, we want to encourage restorative behavior in all its forms, which is why we’re reminding you about our referral program:

They just need to mention your name to get their first visit discount.

Your Referred Friends:
$10 off first session


$10 credit for each referred friend
You can use your credit as you earn it or save up and combine them

1 referred friend $10 credit
2 referred friends $10 credit
3 referred friends $10 credit
4 referred friends $10 credit
5 referred friends $10 credit
6 referred friends $10 credit

Tips for Winter Skin

Just a few things to think about over the next couple of months regarding your skin health during our wonderful winter…

The most common complaint I hear about, is dry chapped lips. To help keep your lips looking great, keep them covered up from the elements with beeswax or lip balm products. When heading outside use products that have sun protection as well.

Dry hands, we all have them in the winter. In part, people tend to wash their hands more often to prevent catching all the colds and flus running around. Use moisturizer when you wake up, while your out and before going to bed. Wearing gloves even for short trips can also help keep moisture in.

Along with the hands, our feet seem to outdo any dryness we see in our hands. Dry, cracked heels can cause discomfort and can make you more self conscious. I have a hunch more pedicures are done during the winter months to keep the exfoliating efforts at the top of our minds. To keep your feet well moisturized, at bedtime, try covering your feet in lotion or olive oil, wrap in plastic wrap, cover with socks and you will be amazed at how soft your feet can be.

Winter showering – as much as I like a hot shower anytime of year, during the winter this can draw moisture from the skin. Instead warm showers won’t strip away the natural oils. Moisturize immediately after a shower as well, your skin will soak it all in and thank you for it.

Some people find that they just have itchy skin during the winter months. To help alleviate this, try a luke warm bath with baking soda or oatmeal. Moisturize often and avoid rough fabrics, including wool.

With always having heat on to survive in our homes, the air becomes quite dry. Use a humidifier to help keep some moisture in the air.

Of course, above all, DRINK WATER. Extra water in the winter will keep your skin hydrated and healthy.

Give Us A Try

We come recommended from clients, colleagues and other health care providers. We are here to help you find health and relaxation. If you are new to reflexology or have had it many times. We can answer your questions, and fit you in with relative ease.

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Gallstones – The Good News

A recent event has made me look at my own personal diet and the changes that I should be making to better my own health (so I can continue to help all of you).

The gallbladder stores bile from the liver and then transfers the bile to the small intestine to help with digestion. You may or may not have heard of gallstones and gallbladder sludge. The sludge consists of cholesterol crystals, calcium bilirubinate pigment, and other calcium salts, which can turn into stones if not treated. These stones can cause blockages creating inflammation and severe pain. Some people end up having the gallbladder removed. Whether you keep your gallbladder or if it is taken out, there is some good news. You can heal this little organ or if it is already gone, you can continue to have proper digestion all through dietary changes.

To take better care of your gallbladder you need to look at your current diet habits. I often recommend diet logs for a variety of reasons and the gallbladder is on the list. Your diet has a major influence on the gallbladder and the potential development of stones. Some factors also include obesity and a high-fat diet. Losing some excess weight can help reverse the risks and help eliminate stones. The risk of gallstones is also increased by eating animal products, while fiber intake lowers the risk. This helps to explain vegan and vegetarian diets repeatedly showing to be more beneficial.

There will be a couple of handouts in the office regarding a dietary plan that can suit your needs. Don’t fret, if a vegetarian diet is too restrictive for you, I also have a handout on keeping some meat in your plan.

I do consider this good news. Sometimes our pains become our gains in perhaps an unwanted or unexpected way, but it still gives us a healthier and happier life.

PubMed 2001 Apr;3(2):166-73
Healing Through Nutrition by Dr. Melvyn Werbach

Back to School Sale

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Save $10 on your first visit with any one of our three reflexology therapists available. Book online, give us a call or email today to start the school year off right – with a little less stress.


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