What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is the application of pressure to particular points on the feet, hands, face or ears that are believed to correspond with specific organs within the body. This is based on the premise that these organs have a direct neurological relationship with points found on these areas, much as they do in acupuncture or acupressure.

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The practice of reflexology in one form or another is recorded in Egyptian, Chinese and North American Indian history – stretching back as far as 5000 years. In the Chinese explanation of its mechanism of action, stimulation of particular points on the feet and ears is said to bring ‘excess’ or ‘deficient’ energy (chi) back to a point of balance within related organs.

Deposits of uric acid, tightening of muscles and tendons, decreased mobility and discomfort within the feet and at points on the ears, hands or face, are also relieved by the technique. This imparts a sense of relaxation and wellbeing to the recipient. Reflexology is used as a diagnostic aid, along with other natural therapy techniques, as well as a treatment tool.

To find out more about the natrual therpy of Reflexology do feel free to contact us here at Kinesicare.

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