[HEALTH] I have a podo-phobia. I think it started when I was much younger and my poor, overworked mom used to make me massage her cracked, calloused, severely dry feet. It totally grossed me out—having to rub lotion between her knobby toes, as flakes of skin would fall off in my lap. [Shudder.] But my friend Marty says feet are the windows to your body’s overall wellbeing. He insists that by going barefoot, he has thwarted illness and infection for years. Even so, I cannot shake the image of dear ma and her bunioned appendages. To this day, I can’t stand it when feet touch me, which makes playing footsy with lovers obsolete. Obviously, I could benefit from a session with Jane Sheehan (pictured) She’s a holistic practitioner who believes a little reflexology and foot “reading” helps people “identify issues” and move on with their life. She ensures that you will you gain emotional insight into “any imbalance you find on the feet,” such as webbed toes, hard skin, twisted toes, high arches, bunions, gaps between toes, colors, shapes, sizes, etc. Hunh. Well, I guess it’s worth a shot! For more info on her one-day workshops or to schedule a personal reading, call 875-8820.