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What is Reflexology?

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Reflexology Foot Diagram

Reflexology is a non-invasive method of stimulating reflexes in the feet and hands through the medium of touch.

Reflexology is an age-old method of treating people for a wide range of ailments in the body, through stimulating and working with reflex points on the feet. The body is mirrored in the feet, and by working on these points the feet regain their pliability, proper movement and balance, as well as affecting all systems in the body.

When an area of the body is in a state of malady, the flow of blood to that area is reduced due to contracted and upset tissue, muscles, etc. As blood carries oxygen, which brings nutrients for our body's cells, if this flow is interrupted, the tissue will become ill and susceptible to disease.

Reflexology works as a result of increased blood flow. When stimulating the reflexes on the feet, the blockages which are present in the body (whether we are aware of them or not) are released, thus restoring the flow of blood to these areas and supporting the natural healing processes of the body. Increased circulation to tissues, organs, glands, of the body will facilitate and maintain optimum health and wellness throughout the body.

People experience amazing results with many conditions including: stress, fatigue, chronic body pain, poor circulation, menstrual cramps, migraines, constipation, diverticulitis, back, neck, hip, knee, and shoulder pain, gout, diabetes, fertility issues, fibromyalgia, inflammation, vertigo, stiffness, sleep problems, and much more... there truly isn’t anything that Reflexology will not help with!

History of Reflexology:

History of Reflexology

Evidence of the practice of Reflexology was discovered in Egypt approximately 2300 BC. Hieroglyphics in the Physicians tombs depicted the treatment of their patients with this ancient modality. As reflexology moved into Europe it was referred to as Zone therapy and several different techniques of delivering this therapy were developed and used. Dr. William Fitzgerald brought Reflexology into North America, while writing about and using the “zone theory” in his practice as an Ear, nose and Throat specialist. Dr. Shelby Riley further developed this Zone therapy while studying chiropractic, physiotherapy, osteopathy, naturopathy and more during his years as an MD. Since then there have been many more pioneers of this effective therapy in many countries across the world, and the use of Reflexology continues to increase as people re-discover the benefits of this non-invasive, health supporting modality in their lives.