Reflexology is a science based on the principle that there are reflex areas in the hands, feet, and ears which correspond to glands, organs, and various parts of the body.
Stimulating these reflexes properly can naturally help your body overcome health problems without the use of medicine, needles, or machines. Reflexology positively affects the circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, digestive and immune system.
Though, reflexology should not be confused with massage therapy.
Reflexology works on the nervous system, whereas massage therapy works on the muscular system.
When pressure is applied to the different points on the hands, feet, and ears, they send messages from the peripheral nerves to the central nervous system. This, in turn, signals the body to reduce the tension level, thus enhancing overall relaxation. The increased blood flow brings additional oxygen and nutrients to cells and enhances waste removal.
Improves nerve function
Helps the body balance for optimal efficiency.
Increases blood flow
Reflexology can also treat
- ADD / ADHD
- Back & Neck Pain
- Headache & Migraines
- Digestion Issues
- Hormone Imbalance
- Insomnia / Sleep Issues
How often should i do reflexology?
Reflexology can be done as necessary to your condition. Reflexology can also be used for prevention of health issues. The secret is consistency.
Integrate reflexology into your life.
What to expect
Reflexology is a one hour session. It is a clothed session with only the removal of shoes, socks, and jewelry. Comfortable, loose clothing is recommended as pressure is also applied to the calf and the forearm.
You will likely feel very relaxed at the end of a session. It is always important to drink plenty of water in the days that follow in order get the most benefits.
A reflexologist is not a licensed physician and cannot give medical advice or treatment. It is meant to be a supplement to medical care. If you need medical advice or medical treatment, seek a physician.