Help your clients get back on their feet with pedi treatmentsby Jean Shea Tuesday, May 22, 2012
As if just being on our feet weren’t enough, we women have made our feet slaves to fashion-forward footwear. As a result, plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammertoes, corns, flat feet and other feet-related conditions are an epidemic.
With so much pedi pain and suffering, it’s no wonder that healthy feet treatments are number one on the SpaFinder Top 10 2012 Global Spa Trends The focus on our aching feet has given rise to ‘foot fitness” bootcamps; medi-pedi spas; and multi-treatment, foot-focused spa packages.
You may already be offering foot massage to ease your client’s tired feet. Throughout the Eastern part of the globe, foot massage is considered to be beneficial for overall health and well-being because of the belief that each part of the foot corresponds to another area of the body. By massaging the foot, you are relieving pain and stress in another organ. Whether or not that is true, the fact is that clients love foot massages.
Also summer is just around the corner, so sandals and open-toed shoes will be on display. Help your clients your put their best feet forward with a smoothing and softening pedi treatment following a foot massage.
Floral Treat for the Feet is one of our recommended pedi-treatments just in time for warm weather.
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