What is Reflexology?
Reflexology is a natural therapeutic, non-invasive, touch therapy that assists the body to heal itself. It consists of alternating degrees of thumb and finger pressure techniques to reflex points on the feet, hands, face and ears. These reflex points correspond to all our bodily systems. Reflexology facilitates deep relaxation, reconnecting and calming nerve pathways in the central nervous system, thereby supporting the prevention of illness, maintenance of good health and wellness. It encourages body balance and our body’s natural innate healing.
Throughout the body there are trillions of cells, each with their own unique intelligence. All of these cells in the body are in communication with each other throughout the fascia and all bodily systems. Stressors like emotional and physical accidents or surgery trauma can create scars, lesions, cysts or blockages in the connective tissue anywhere in the body. These wounds create a disruption along nerve pathways and the body must adapt for its optimal health and survival. A qualified, experienced and trained reflexologist knows how to work the 7,200 nerves in each foot to reduce any stressors or pain they find in the foot and relate it back to the body to bring the body back to natural health.
Major Benefits of Reflexology
- Stress reduction – induces a deep state of relaxation
- Immune system improvement – reduces effects of auto immune diseases
- Speeds up recovery – relieves pain following accidents or surgery
- Stimulates nerve endings – increases energy
- Improves circulation – raises or lowers blood pressure and assists uptake of energy
- Eliminates body toxins – helps to drain the lymphatic system
- Balances the hormones – improves the function of reproductive organs
- Assists recovery – following chemotherapy and other cancer treatments
- Improves metabolism – reduces sluggishness and increases energy
- Balances the body – tunes up all body systems
- Works well with other forms of medicine or therapies
Reflexology is a therapy that is approximately 5,000 years old and is believed to have been developed in China. Evidence of ancient and more modern forms of reflexology is found all around the world and today it is practised widely around the world. It is growing in popularity in Australia and in Northern Europe it has been identified with reducing absenteeism in the workplace.
Some of our core focuses include:
Helping provide a natural fertility solution to couples
Assisting children who wet the bed
Help women with PCOS get pregnant
Help women with endometriosis get pregnant
And a range of other health issues that reflexology can improve.