Founder of Revs®, Jen Antliff, trained in Reflexology Massage with the Institute of Reflexology (IIR) in 2009, initially to improve her knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and to introduce another natural health therapy to treat her children at home for the usual infant ailments, such as colic & constipation & more seriously to relieve the symptoms of eczema & allergies.
After years of practise, Jen witnessed radical & positive changes in her children & her clients from receiving regular reflexology treatments, and indeed never ceases to be amazed at some of the changes that are made possible through reflexology, for physical, mental and emotional health. Jen continued to specialise in reflexology and undertook more in-depth training, for Maternity & for Babies. She attended Advanced Reflexology Training (ART) and Vertical Reflexology Training (VRT). She is a fully accredited member of the Association of Reflexology (AOR).
With so much training and experience, Jen was convinced of the health benefits, and set out to look for a pair of shoes she could wear with the same massage benefits, without the need for attending treatments. With two very young children, the post-natal benefits of reflexology massage are huge, balancing hormones and boosting energy were her main objectives at the time for herself!
Despite access to worldwide shopping online, there was no footwear that Jen could find that was going to give her the massage and comfort she was looking for, so seeing a big gap in the market for this type of product, Jen set out to create footwear – insoles, slippers and shoes – that would give her these reflexology massage health benefits. And so Revs® was born.
Many people suffer from health problems or want to prevent them, so Jen’s motivation is to share Revs® Footwear and allow everyone access to better health and pain relief more easily, frequently and cost effectively than attending regular treatments.
“If you are feeling out of kilter, don’t know why or what about, let your feet reveal the answer, find the sore spot and work it out” Eunice Ingham, “The Mother of Reflexology”.