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Acupressure, Acupuncture, Alexander Technique, Angel Therapy,
Aromatherapy, Bio Energy,
Body Talk, Bowen Therapy, Homeopathy, Hopi Ear Candles,
Hypnotherapy, Indian Head Massage, Kinesiology, Massage
Therapies, Naturopathy, Psychotherapy, Reflexology, Reiki,
Shamanism, Shiatsu, SHEN Therapy, Biofeedback, Chelation
Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Hydrotherapy,
Light Therapy, Magnetic Therapy, Osteopathy, Trigger Point
Therapy, Trager Therapy, Raindrop Therapy, Balneotherapy
and Reflexologists Reflexology
(sometimes called zone therapy) is a form of
alternative therapy in which the nerve endings,
primarily in the feet but also in the hands
and ears, are stimulated by specific massage
techniques to effect changes in another part
of the body and thereby creating health and
help overcome disease.
(often called zone therapy) is a form of alternative
therapy in which the nerve endings, usually in
the feet but also in the hands and ears, are stimulated
by specific massage techniques to effect changes
in another part of the body and thereby creating
health and help overcome disease.
Reflexology dates back at least 5,000 years and
has a history in the cultures of India, Egypt,
China and Native American cultures.
Reflexology is safe and
drug-free, so most people can partake in reflexology
is suitable and safe for all ages including children,
the elderly and the sick.
is known to be effective for:-
Stress related conditions and many others stress-related
ailments and depression, which are becoming more
prevalent, is ideal for reflexology treatment.
This type of problem can occur at any age and
reflexology will offer a more natural alternative
Foot reflexology is often used as at treatment
for insomnia helping clients obtain complete and
satisfactory rest naturally, a safer and healthier
solution than drug therapy.
Recently, the popularity of hand reflexology has
grown with the increase in hand-use involved in
intensive activities such as:- gaming, key boarding,
smart phones, and texting - and hand reflexology
can provide a relieving respite to overworked
and busy hands.
acts as a general preventative therapy to help
you look after your body and mind. It is also
appropriate and benificial for many physical and
mental or emotional conditions:
physical effects that result from stress, tension
Helps physical conditions that are related to
internal organs, such as, digestive disorders
and disabling neurological conditions.
Reduces muscular tension
Increases energy or reduces tension
Changing sleep patterns that promote healthy,
Strengthens natural self-healing mechanisms.
Helps recovery from illness or surgery.
Emotional and mental effects can be improved by:-
Promoting calmness and a sense of well-being
Relaxing the body and mind
Soothing emotional distress