The science of Reflexology considers the feet to be mini-maps of the human body, with each organ, gland, and part of the body linked to a corresponding reflex area or point in the foot. By targeting a certain area or point, Reflexology speeds relief to the corresponding part of the body.
A Reflexologist can work on different parts of the feet to facilitate healing for individual conditions, however, it is desirable to work on all areas to put the entire body into balance.
Important Guide To Reflexology
Reflexology can be carried out on the feet, hands, face and even the ears! Foot reflexology is the most popular, and many Reflexologists believe that the sensitivity of the feet makes them particularly suitable for treatment. Hand reflexology exercises can be given to clients to use between treatments as ‘homework’.
A reflexology treatment works through each organ, gland and body system. Among the many benefits it can provide are relaxation, pain and stress relief, improved circulation and digestion, stimulation of the immune and nervous systems, and balance for the mind, body and spirit.
Reflexology uesd for:
1. Stress related conditions
3. Sleep disorders
4. Digestive disorders
5. Sleep disorders
6. Back pain
Many people use reflexology as a means of relaxing the mind and body and it has grown in popularity in recent years as way of relaxing and de-stressing from the pressures we all face on a day to day basis.