Foot reflexology is a treatment involves applying pressure to different points on the bottom of the foot. Foot reflexology is believed to have multiple benefits, including reducing stress, promoting sound sleep and help in digestion
Foot reflexology can improve quality of life in a number of ways. With repeated pressure and manipulation of nerve endings, reflexology can help to clear any channels of blocked energy.
What conditions does reflexology treat?
Foot reflexology is used in treatments like anxiety, asthma, cancer treatment, cardiovascular issues, diabetes, headaches, kidney function, PMS, and sinusitis.
How often should you get foot reflexology?
In general foot reflexologist will schedule an appointment once a week for the first few sessions and then schedule follow-up appointments every few weeks after that.
What are the potential benefits of reflexology?
• Reduce stress and anxiety
• Reduce pain
• Boost immune system
• Improve digestion
• Helps correct hormonal imbalances
• Reduce pain
• Improve general well-being
• Fight cancer
• Help overcome colds and bacterial infections
• Helps in sinus issues
• Recover from back problems
• Boost fertility
• Ease arthritis pain
What is a reflexology session like?
The treatment lasts approximately 30 minutes, but it can last up to an hour depending upon the condition of the client. During the session, therapist will rub, press on and squeeze points on your feet. The therapist may concentrate on specific areas to alleviate ailments and strengthen every system in the body.
What Can I Expect in a First Reflexology Visit?
The practitioner will conduct a brief health history, will explain how reflexology works and what to expect in the session. You should feeling comfortable communicating with the reflexologist. The practitioner may choose to work only on the feet, or the hands, or the ears, depending on your health issues.