We receive so many enquiries from customers to check if Kenkohs are Vegan, so we thought it was important to highlight this in our news blog - Kenkohs are Vegan!
Kenkoh materials are:
The glue is also vegan.
The Daily Express writes "Stars hot foot it to buy from sole trader Jen...."
Jen Antliff, the founder of Kenkoh Europe is a qualified and practising reflexologist. Given the positive results her clients received from reflexology, whether physical or emotional, Jen never ceased to be amazed about how much reflexology could benefit so many common complaints, acute and chronic illnesses.
Reflexology helped so many of her clients suffering from, for example, sinusitis, back pain, neck pain, constipation, depression, stress, PMS, sciatica, infertility, insomnia, odema, fatigue,hay fever, bunions, joint pain, arthritis....
Jen wanted to find a product that would give her a form of reflexology treatment quickly, easily and frequently...given reflexology focuses mainly on the feet, one obvious direction was footwear. After a long search around the world, Jen found Kenkoh - The Japanese Reflexology Health Shoe. "I loved the shoe as soon as I put them on, they were exactly what I had been looking for. Having no health compaints myself, the purpose of these shoes for me were simply to enjoy the massage while I walk, and maintain my body's natural balance. I was also keen to gain the benefits of more energy! I have to admit I did detox quite considerably in the first few days of wearing them, as I wore them all day every day"!
Jen also gave some pairs to friends and family who suffered from various conditions, such as bunions and arthritis, and they said they were the most comfortable shoes they had ever worn - and were the only shoes that didn't make their feet sore.
Given there is nothing else like Kenkoh in the UK, Jen decided she had to start importing them so she could offer these benefits to others. After only a few months in business, the popularity of Kenkoh soared, and Jen is delighted that there is more awareness of their availability and of their clinically proven health benefits.
"It is lovely to receive so many personal messages from people to tell me how much their Kenkohs have helped them and how much they love wearing them"!
Jen is now the sole distributor for Kenkoh Health Shoes across Europe.
Every issue 55Life chats with a local resident about what they do, where they live, why they love Glasgow and what they heartily recommend in and around the city. In the March/April 2012 issue, Jen Antliff, founder and Director of Kenkoh Europe, gives us her chat....
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The Glaswegian Local Newspaper are pleased to feature the founder of www.kenkoh.co.uk, Jen Antliff, born and bred in Glasgow!
When Jen started her career in Reflexology she never ceased to be amazed at how much Reflexology could help so many people, physically and emotionally. Reflexology health products are a great addition to treatments, and this was soemthing that was not easily available in the UK. Jen wanted to benefit from Reflexology herself more readily, and also wanted to be able to offer her reflexology clients something to use in between treatments, especially for people who could not afford to come every week.
As reflexology focuses mainly on the feet, Jen began her search for Reflexology Shoes and Insoles. After a long search, Jen eventually found Kenkoh - The Japanese Reflexology Health Shoes in Japan, and after wearing them herself, along with friends and family who suffered from various medical complaints, Jen saw a product that was missing in the UK, and that would be welcomed by so many people...both the fit and active, and those who experience pain through acute or chronic medical conditions. And so the Kenkoh Journey Began!
Kenkoh is now available worldwide and is worn by top athletes, UK Celebrities, recommended by Doctors and a host of health and fitness experts. We receive so many lovely emails and comments from people thanking us for the benefits Kenkoh have given them.
You can find a link to the Glaswegian Article here.