Keeping client's feet warm during treatment

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Nevada Gal

Springfield, VA

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Feb 10, 2011
 
It's cold here. My hour long treatments begin with a wonderful foot soak. My 30 and 45 minute treatments do not. I am stumped thinking about how to effectively keep those feet warm. It would help the client and me. In advance, many thanks for your comments
bschrag

Houston, TX

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Jan 2, 2013
 
I have a trick I use when I do Raindrop Therapy and it would help with feet.
I bought a microwave heating pad at Walgreens - it's moist heat. Put it in the microwave for 2 minutes, but it in a pillow case and place their feet on it. After the feet are a little warm, just place their heels on it as you work.
Just be sure it isn't too hot.

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