What is Reflexology and how does it work?
Reflexology involves applying pressure to specific areas on the feet, hands, face and ears to move blocked energy, restore health, and reduce stress and tension.
Reflexology works well with other forms of therapy, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, acupuncture, massage, radiation and chemotherapy, and psychotherapy, as well as other medical treatments. It is also tremendously beneficial when employed on its own.
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* Whole Body Reflexology
* Therapeutic Reflexology
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A patient receiving reflexology treatments will be aware of varying degrees of relaxation, calmness, and an increased sense of wellbeing, all of which are helpful for relieving anxiety and depression.
Reflexologists believe that certain “reflex points” on one's hands, feet and ears relate to specific organs, and that the appropriate amount of pressure applied to specific spots will produce a beneficial effect on the overall health of the patient.
Benefits of Reflexology may include:
* Stress relief
* Muscle relaxation
* Circulation improvement
* Detoxification and cleansing
* Body balancing
* Pain relief
These points on the hands and feet are referred to as reflex points. As with all acupuncture related modalities, reflexology teaches that a vital energy, chi or life force, circulates between the organs of the body, permeating every living cell and tissue.
If the energy becomes blocked in any area of the body, pain and discomfort occur. Energy blocks in any area of the body are reflected on the hands and feet. One of the originators of modern reflexology found that the feet have the greatest sensitivity, and using the pressure points on them enhances treatments.
Reflexology is closely related to acupressure. However, the reflex points used in reflexology are not always exactly the same points used in acupuncture or acupressure.
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