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Reflexology


Reflexology is an ancient healing art , It is as simple as applying pressure to specific reflex points located in your feet, hands and ears. Reflexology is often confused with foot massage, but it is much more than that.  Your purpose is to physically heal your body. 
There are reflex areas in your left foot that represent your body’s left half. The same reflex points on your right foot represent your body’s right half, thus both feet together hold the reflexes for your entire body. The same reflex points are located on your hands and outer ears, but applying pressure to the reflex points located on your feet is preferred by most people.

Originating in China, reflexology is the ancient art of foot massage. Using the principles of acupuncture, every part of the foot corresponds to an area of the body, and massage of the feet stimulates the corresponding part of the body. 

Receiving a reflexology massage can be regarded as the equivalent of a full body massage since the foot is a microcosm of the body. Energy runs through the body in  meridians and therefore massage of the feet stimulates these energy channels, promoting healing and relaxation. The experience is generally firm, but gentle, and does not cause discomfort or pain. 

 People of any age or sex ranging from the elderly, women, men, teenagers, children and babies derive positive benefits from reflexology. We have over 7,000 nerve endings in the feet, and these are connected to the whole body through the central nervous system. Massaging the feet works to restore the delicate balance between the different body systems and functions, and when this happens harmony is restored. 

Reflexology is not only very relaxing, it is also very effective in pain relief, as tension is taken out of the body and stress reduced, so pain is also reduced. Reflexology increases the circulation and stimulates the digestive system. It is so effective at this that most people feel the need to urinate after a treatment, and are nearly always thirsty, as toxins are eliminated from the body.

  • WARNING.....
  • Avoid drinking alcohol before, during and after a reflexology treatment, as you may discover the treatment itself increases the effect of alcohol. Additionally, using alcohol in conjunction with reflexology may create more stress on the body organs as the body tries to process the reflexology treatment and clear your body of the alcohol.
  • Reflexology is a complementary healing art, and not a substitute for professional medical care.
  • Although there are many reflexology pressure points that can treat and alleviate common pregnancy ailments, there are some reflex points that, if pressed too hard, can induce labor. They are just inside your heel, the arch of your foot and between the big and second toes. These are all great reflex points to work on while in labor, but avoid them before your due date.