Reflexology is a simple, non-invasive, natural way
to optimal health. Firm
pressure is applied through the thumbs and fingers to
reflex points which are located on all parts of the
feet. By applying pressure on these points, all the
organs, body structures and glands can be stimulated
and encouraged to heal.
Stress is a daily part of everyday life and if we do
not manage stress properly, the body’s defense mechanisms
break down, making us more susceptible to illnesses.
Reflexology induces relaxation and is capable of inducing
a state of deep relaxation and tranquility. During a
reflexology session, most people will fall asleep and
awake refreshed and restored.
Reflexology boosts the immune system and provides preventive
healthcare. The goal of reflexology is to achieve homeostasis,
strengthening the immune system. Circulation and blood
flow to every part of the body is also enhanced. Reflexology
detoxifies the body and encourages the toxins to be
eliminated by the colon, kidneys and skin.
The benefits of Reflexology include:
• Supports immune defense
• Small molecules easily absorbed by skin
• Affects every cell of body within 20 minutes
• Helps to transport nutrients to cells
• Powerful antioxidants
• Antibacterial, anti-cancerous, antifungal, antiparasitic,
• May detoxify the cells and blood
• Contains sesquiterpenes, to pass the blood-brain barrier
• Aromatic with air purification
• Promotes emotional, physical and spiritual healing
• May raise the frequency of the body restoring health
Reflexology regenerates and opens up energy pathways,
revitalizing the body and “recharging our batteries.”
Reflexology calms the mind and can provide “clutter
control” of miscellaneous thoughts. In addition, emotional
imbalances are encouraged to rise to the surface and
can be balanced in treatment.
Reflexology has its origins in China over five thousand
years ago and has been studied worldwide for the last
one hundred years. The feet can be divided into transverse
or horizontal sections. The feet precisely mirror the
body. The right foot corresponds to the right hand side
of the body while the left foot reflects the left side
of the body. Acupuncture meridian theory is also mirrored
at the tips of the toe as well as the base of the foot.
Essential oils are usually incorporated into the reflexology