Benefits of Reflexology

What is reflexology?

Reflexology is an extremely safe, natural, relaxing complementary therapy.

It is a pressure massage usually on the feet but sometimes on the hands.  Specific points on the body called  reflex points are stimulated and it is believed that these correspond to different parts of the body. By working these reflex points reflexology aims to bring about a feeling of well-being and optimum health.

What are the benefits of reflexology

Some of the benefits of reflexology include:

  • It improves circulation
  • It is great for relaxation
  • It is fantastic for  pain relief
  • It balances the mind, body and spirit
  • It helps to stimulate the immune system and helps the body to heal itself
  • It improves muscle tone
  • It provides you with an opportunity to rest and slow down

Common conditions that reflexology may help

Reflexology does not claim to cure and should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice but it may help with some of these common conditions:

  • Digestive disorders, IBS, constipation
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Fertility problems, sub-fertility, PMT
  • Respiratory and breathing problems, asthma, sinusitis,  hay fever
  • Bereavement
  • Back pain, sciatica, muscular pain
  • Pregnancy
  • Skin disorders, eczema

These are just a few examples and there are many other conditions that reflexology may help with. It is also very effective for maintaining good health.

Published by Meganni Franklyn Therapies

We are all made up of energy and are all connected on this earth. Science and modern medicine are finally catching up, thanks to quantum theory, and recognizing that ENERGY IS MEDICNE. Thoughts and emotions are energy and change our energy fields and those around us so we as individuals need to do what we can to raise our vibration so that as a whole we can have an impact on Earth. I am a Complementary therapist who discovered natural healing through suffering and hope to give hope to other people that they too can heal themselves.

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