Wendy Decker is a member of AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association), and MCR (Maine Council of Reflexologists), as well as RAA (Reflexology Association of America).
Incredibly relaxing, and stress reducing, this new form of facial reflexology is great for headaches, migraines, sinus issues, and may help the organs closest to the points being worked, such as the eyes, ears and brain.
Clients LOVE it!
Acupressure points are places on the skin that conduct bioelectrical impulses in the body. When stimulated with pressure in acupressure massage, endorphins are released. As a result, pain is relieved in affected areas. Increased circulation of chi (life force energy) and blood causes muscles to relax and promotes healing.
I've just had a reflexology treatment from Wendy. It was completely rejuvenating. I felt that my energy was well-balanced. To my surprise, the treatment not only included foot reflexology, but my face and arms. Totally relaxing. LS - Retired
14 Walker St. is a very steep street. Park in driveway on right side of building. Entrance (my name is on door in small letters) is on right side of building, towards the back of building.
White house. Reflexology and Massage studio is a sun-room in the back of my home.