Foot Reflexology

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What is Foot Reflexology?

Foot reflexology is not just a foot massage. Treat your feet with this ultimate tension-tamer. Study shows that regular reflexology may assist in strengthening immunity, improving digestion, and relieving headache and fatigue. A perfect solution for jet-lag and late afternoon fatigue. A foot massage is a type of massage that focuses solely on your feet. Since then, the Balinese have traditionally used foot massage to identify and cure all illness. A foot massage is also used for relaxation and to alleviate sore soles and arches. In reflexology, the feet have zones that correspond to parts of the body. So a foot massage stimulates and balances energy in those meridians and organs. A foot massage may actually release endorphins as well as reduce stress hormones. Most spas offer reflexology, and the treatment typically lasts approximately 30 minutes. It’s important to have a conversation with your reflexologist beforehand to discuss your “issues,” whether it is constipation, a tension headache or trouble sleeping.

Reflexology is generally relaxing and may help alleviate stress. The theory behind reflexology is that areas of the foot correspond to organs and systems of the body. Pressure applied to the foot is believed to bring relaxation and healing to the corresponding area of the body.

Foot reflexology is an ancient practice that involves applying pressure to specific points on the feet and hands in order to stimulate nerve function, increase energy, boost circulation, induce a deep state of relaxation, eliminate toxins, stimulate the central nervous system, prevent migraines, clean up urinary tract conditions, speed-up recovery after injury or surgery, help relieve sleep disorders, reduce depression, and relieve pain.

What includes in a Foot Reflexology?

  • 1 Hour Foot Reflexology 285k
  • 1.5 Hour Foot Reflexology 385k