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A therapeutic method working reflexes on feet, ears, hands and face relating to particular organs, glands and muscles. It supports both body and mind to function at their optimum and stimulates the body’s own healing capacity.What I say:
Visualize a Reflexologist’s hands inside the body massaging every organ, gland and muscle individually. Reflexology works from the inside out.
Reflexology is known to
- reduce stress and pain
- boost the immune system
- balance hormones
- improve blood circulation/lymphatic flow
- be complementary with other therapies/treatments
Works reflexes on the feet that stimulate all nerve endings, blood flow and lymphatic drainage. It is
- is deeply relaxing
- gets to the root of a problem massaging congested areas
fMRI technology shows that working a specific reflex on the foot highlights the part of the brain that corresponds.
Reflections of the body are seen on the face as well as fixed points. These are worked to support the body to self-regulate. It has a direct impact on the nervous and hormonal systems.
It is a natural therapeutic technique that has a wide field of application and offers excellent results in the treatment of migraines, digestive, circulatory, nervous and hormonal systems.
Excellent results are also seen in the treatment of muscle pain and joint problems as well as hormonal and immune conditions.
- involves gentle and specific facial massage techniques
- a specific massage routine tones all the facial muscles
- adds a natural glow to the skin and complexion
Reflexology Lymph Drainage – RLD
RLD is an award winning gentle reflexology technique that focuses on stimulating the lymphatic reflexes on the feet. The aim is to cause an effect on the lymphatic system in the body. It is a unique sequence that has been researched and developed by Sally Kay BSc(Hons), whilst working in Cancer Care. The results appear to support the theory of reflexology.
Working the feet, the treatment is non-invasive and does not require to work on the affected limb.
- stress and pain
- neurological disorders
- brain injury rehabilitation, learning & behavioural problems in children, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, autism, ADHD
- auto-immune diseases
- cancer, MS, arthritis, lupus, IBS, etc.
- hormonal disorders
- insomnia, PCOS, diabetes, irregular periods, fertility, menopause, depression, headaches, etc.
- muscle pain
- frozen shoulder, back pain, etc.