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How Reflexology Works

Category : Reflexology, Reflexology Benefits, Reflexology Questions

Most, if not all natural practitioners know that the body is all connected and works as a whole. When one specific system is not working at its best, the rest of the body is showing various symptoms of distress.

Reflexology works the entire body through the hands, feet and ear. This is a natural therapy that has been around for thousands of years, that alone should be recognized as a proven effective treatment that has amazing results and has been used in most cultures around the world.

There have been many well established practitioners that have had great, fast results using reflexology for a specific ailment or for general well being. There is no person that should not use reflexology, it is a safe, natural therapy that will help, not hinder any problem areas in the body. There are very little side effects of this therapy and will address any issues going on to relieve any symptoms that have caused problems in the present or past.

The hand, foot and ear charts have been around for years and many have come across them not sure of what this means. The body is mapped out through specific zones and  meridians. There are over 7200 nerve endings in each foot that are connected to every organ, body part and gland of the body. By applying direct pressure on the foot that corresponds to that specific body part, signals are carried through the nervous system to that specific part. Blood flow then increases which allows organs and glands work the best possible way for that specific individual. Lymphatic flow is running freely throughout, cardiovascular flow increases, all which is beneficial in keeping the body it top form.

A full reflexology treatment that is administered by a trained certified reflexologist will give you the knowledge that the body can heal itself, it just takes a little time and patience.
As an alternative therapist, we cannot claim to cure specific ailments but we see it every day in our practice and that is what gives us the drive to continue to practice and teach the amazing therapy of reflexology.