Reflexology involves a method of treatment using massage to reflex areas found in the feet and the hands to bring a state of deep relaxation, stimulate the body's own healing processes and help the person to return to a state of balance and wellbeing.
Systems in the body can easily be thrown out of balance by a great variety of factors including prolonged illness, stress, long working hours and diet. The resulting imbalances prevent efficiency of vital body functions.
These imbalances can be detected on the feet and hands, where corresponding parts of the body can be identified, and pressure applied to specific reflexes to restore the body to a state of equilibrium.
Reflexology helps relieve many conditions including:
• Lack of energy
• Imbalances in the nervous system
• Hormonal imbalances
• Digestive problems
• Eating/Metabolic disorders
• Irritable bowel syndrome/Constipation
• Respiratory problems/Asthma
• Hay fever/Sinusitis
• Pre-menstrual tension (PMT)
• Menopausal symptoms
• Muscle strains
• Post-operative recovery
In the feet and hands there are areas corresponding to all the parts of the body and these areas are arranged in such a way as to form a map of the body in the feet and hands with the right foot/hand corresponding to the right side of the body and the left foot/hand corresponding to the left side of the body. By having the whole body represented in the feet and hands, the method offers a means of treating the whole body and of treating the body as a whole. This latter point is an important factor and allows not only symptoms to be treated but also the causes of symptoms.
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Reflexology does not claim to be a 'cure-all' but numerous different disorders have been successfully treated by this method and is also a very relaxing massage.
Most people who received the treatment would agree that the method has the most beneficial effects on recovery and is a very relaxing massage.
The reflexology is:
• A healing method in the sense of a classic symptom treatment
• A therapy form and does not represent a substitute, for a subject-specific medical history and treatment or consultation of a doctor, alternative practitioner, trained therapist, ...