What is Reflexology ?
Reflexology is a wonderful therapy which helps the body to return to a state of balance both physically, mentally and emotionally. Once our bodies are back in this self regulating state, it can totally change how we feel for the better.
Reflexology is based on the theory that we can map the body onto the soles of our feet and the palms of our hands. This means that different parts of the body correspond to different parts of our feet, hands and face. These areas are called reflexes. By working and stimulating these reflexes it can encourage the body to rebalance itself and return to a state of well being.
Reflexology should not be ticklish or painful. However during some sessions clients can feel sensitivity in some of their reflex areas. The pressure used in reflexology does not have to be hard, even having a session using a light pressure clients can experience a deep sense of relaxation both during and after their sessions .
A good reflexologist will never claim to diagnose or cure. Reflexology should not be used instead of conventional medical treatment, however it can compliment and work along side it.
In todays busy world that we all live in, stresses can sometimes take over and have a negative impact on our lives .By having a reflexology session it can help you take some time out to relax and rebalance.
The main benefits from having reflexology can include:
- An improved sense of wellbeing
- Helping with relaxation both physical and emotional
- Aiding sleep problems
- Helping to relieve tension both muscular and mental
- Improving your moods
- May help to balance your hormones - whether you are young, trying for a baby or menopausal
- Helping to reduce your stress and anxiety levels
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