Holistic Health Teacher and Advocate Dr. Rosanne Bostonian
Based in Florham Park, New Jersey, Dr. Rosanne Bostonian has pursued a varied career that began with teaching high school science and coaching softball and cheerleading. After earning her PhD in school and developmental psychology from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, she served as a school psychologist and ran her own successful private psychotherapy practice for nearly 10 years. In 2014, Dr. Rosanne Bostonian retired from her psychology practice to embark on a new career path that incorporates her love of alternative healing modalities and desire to help others take personal responsibility for raising their levels of conscious awareness.
To that end, she earned her Reiki Master/Teacher certification from Montclair Metaphysical Institute. She currently administers this form of energy healing to clients. She additionally espouses the healing properties of therapeutic-grade essentials oils and is an independent wholesaler of Young Living Essential Oils.
When not working to enhance the lives of her clients, Dr. Rosanne Bostonian often travels to her second home in rural Florida, where she enjoys relaxing to the sounds of nature. An avid reader, she also fosters her own spiritual growth by reading top spiritual authors, including Eckhart Tolle, Pema Chodron, and Marianne Williamson.
Foot Reflexology - Pressure Points That Address Body Ailments
Based in New Jersey, Rosanne (Roseanne) Bostonian, PhD, is a Berkeley College adjunct professor of psychology who also maintained a respected private practice over 25 years. In her subsequent healing practice, Rosanne Bostonian, PhD, emphasizes a synergy between essential oils and Reiki and foot reflexology as a way of achieving lasting healing and wellness among patients.
Developed in ancient China and codified around 1,000 BC, reflexology is thought to have come to Europe in the 14th century through a text that Marco Polo translated. The practice became an integral part of US health practice in the early 20th century through the pioneering work of Dr. William H. Fitzgerald, who wrote extensively on vertical zones spanning the body’s length. Through the application of pressure to a zone corresponding to a problem area, he provided relief from pain and malady.
Pressure points on the foot are broadly split between the sides of the body, with those on the right foot corresponding to organs and valves on the body’s right side and visa versa. One example of foot reflexology’s practical use involves applying finger and thumb pressure to the foot arch, which corresponds with the bladder. Issues such as kidney function, headaches, diabetes, and sinus conditions are addressed in a similar manner.