I have found that since practicing reflexology, [from 1996], it has been beneficial not only for my clients but for my family as well. I have been able to help my children through sicknesses and growing pains without the aid of synthetic drugs which only suppress the body further.
“When I treat with reflexology I use aromatherapy oils chosen to suit my Clients' needs at the time, [so that they get the benefit of the oils as well], I give nutritional advice and finish my treatment by massaging the head, which balances the other end of the meridian lines , giving you a ‘whole system’ treatment”.
After a treatment try to drink plenty of natural spring water and avoid stimulants, like coffee, tea, alcohol, to help your body to remove toxins.
Reflexology is a method of activating the healing powers of the body. It's a safe, natural & non-invasive complementary therapy. There are ancient texts, illustrations and artefacts dating from 2350 BC showing us how the early Chinese, Japanese, Indians, Russians and Egyptians worked on the feet to promote good health.
Today many of these same techniques have been developed into a modern scientific method called Reflexology. What joins the old with the new is the long established principle that there are energy lines that run throughout the body [stimulating the 7,000 nerve endings in each foot], which correspond to all the organs, glands, and structural parts of the body.
A build-up of crystallised deposits form on these nerve endings, [uric acid and calcium crystals], which can inhibit the flow of energy to the organs. Reflexology helps to clear these deposits and improves the circulation to these areas, reducing stress on the body helping it to return to normal peak efficiency. It also works as a great preventative and maintenance treatment for continued good health.
Relieves back pain
Aids circulation, so helping arthritis and low immunity
Helps with problems such as endometriosis
Alleviates sleep problems
Helps to cleanse vital organs like the liver
Helps with digestive problems, (constipation, irritable bowel)