As promised, (see my previous post on reflexology stones) this is a picture of that reflexology path I mentioned. See, this path won’t make me look like I’m in trouble as the area is large enough to accommodate up to twenty users at a time.
This is a pedestrian reflexology path built purposely at the natural waterfall park, Tasek Lama, right in the middle of Brunei’s capital, Bandar Seri Begawan.
The place is very popular with joggers, casual and serious ones. Friday mornings will see avid Tai Chi practitioners with their gentle moves filling a spot at the top of the park’s hill. Friday afternoons will see yoga-lovers at one of the park’s resting areas doing their sun-salutations and other moves; stretching their muscles and ligaments. Most of the day, the park will be filled with families with young children taking advantage of the attractive children’s playground.
So, back to my reflexology path. I certainly wouldn’t miss this part whenever I am at the Tasek even if I am only there for a few minutes. Some would still put their socks on while walking along the path which is understandable as some of the stones do have sharp edges.
I will write more on the benefits of reflexology. For the time being, as recommended by my new-found web-friend, Kevin, who have practised reflexology for over 30 years with his wife (that’s very long guys); visit his blog on reflexology at: http://reflexologylive.blogspot.com/