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The Art of Reflexology

Reflexology is a natural, holistic non-invasive therapy based on the discovery that points on the feet and hands correspond to the organs, systems and structures of the body. Reflexology is the study of the reflexes of the feet (or hands) that correspond to every area of the body. Working on these reflexes releases tension and helps the body to find its own equilibrium. By using gentle pressure techniques to stimulate these points, imbalances in the body, organs and systems can be found and treated.

The oldest historical evidence documenting a treatment given to the feet is from an Egyptian papyrus from 2,500 BC with an illustration showing medical practitioners giving hand and foot treatment to patients. In the late 19th Century, an American ear, nose and throat surgeon discovered that when applying firm pressure over certain points of the toes, it caused some anaesthesia in a limited area of the body. This enabled him to perform minor operations on the nose and throat without using painkillers.
  • It can be used to restore and maintain the body’s natural balance and encourage healing.
  • It can improve the circulation of blood around the body. Good circulation is essential for nourishing cells and getting rid of waste and toxins from the body.
  • It can help people with physical problems such as rheumatism, and muscular aches and pains. It can relieve pain and help with chronic fatigue and irritable bowel syndrome.
  • It can relieve emotional problems such as insomnia and depression.

°A full treatment lasts about an hour.

°The treatment begins with some techniques to relax you.

°All the body systems are treated through the feet.

°The treatment ends with a refreshing massage of the feet.

° There will be no diagnosis, prescription for, or treatment for any specific illnesses.

There may be situations when it is not advisable to receive reflexology. These can include contagious or infectious diseases of the feet, recent surgery, fractures or injuries.

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