Identifying and Working with the Forces of Nature
This course introduces listeners to the fundamental concepts of Hot/Cold/Wet/Dry as it applies to herbal remedies, using food as medicine, examples of each type of herb and the top five herbs Sam uses in his practice with clients. Whether you are a holistic practitioner or looking to integrate herbal medicine into your daily routine, this course will help you understand the mechanics behind choosing the right plants for your practice. Methods of formulating your chosen herbal partners are varied. This class is meant to be an introduction to the more advanced world of the green realm. Additional books and resources are suggested within, along with online and email support for those who purchase the lecture.
This course and all courses come with full online support, so be sure to use the comments section. Also, feel free to send me an email at [email protected] or [email protected] with any questions. I’m available for private tutoring, sessions and consultations.
Belyea is the founder and program director for The Foot Whisperer
Reflexology Institute in Tampa, Florida. He started his journey by
pursing Physical Therapy, but became a Massage Therapist after
witnessing some sketchy happenings within the modern rehabilitation system. Sam chose
Reflexology as his specialty in 2010 and is now a Dual-Nationally
Certified Reflexologist through the American Reflexology Certification
Board in both Hand and Foot Reflexology.
Sam’s passion is teaching, interacting on social media and creating content like designing the institute’s Foot, Hand, Face and Ear Reflexology charts. Sam still sees Reflexology clients during the week both live at the institute and via remote consultations, but he devotes most of his time to writing, course creation and live lecturing.
Sam is also the author of the book that is taking the Reflexology industry by storm - Foot Reading: A Reflexology Primer on Foot Assessment.
“My mission is to spread the knowledge that I’ve learned so that others don’t have to go through the same mistakes I did while finding my niche in the bodywork world. I hope you’ll take this journey with me so I can make your road a little less bumpy.” ~ Sam