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Tagged: reflexology

Delay Onset Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease with Foot Reflexology

January 20th, 2020 | reflexology
holding hands

Delay Onset Dementia and Alzheimer Disease with Foot Reflexology Anyone who suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s knows how terrible these diseases are. Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disorder that causes brain cells to waste away and die. What is Alzheimer Disease? While scientists continue to unravel the complex brain changes involved in the onset and […]

Healing Place’s Reflexology Therapies

January 18th, 2020 | reflexology

Healing Place’s Reflexology Therapies Foot Reflexology Session – This deep relaxing foot reflexology administered by applying thumb and finger pressure to specific points on the feet, hands, or ears. Each particular point corresponds to an internal organ, gland, tissue, and all body structures. This stress-relieving therapy promotes the alpha state of relaxation, which in turn improves […]

What Does a Reflexology Session Look Like? 

January 16th, 2020 | reflexology
Hands giving reflexology treatment

What does a Reflexology session look like?  We ask you to remove socks and shoes while remaining fully dressed. The client lies on a massage table or an anti-gravity chair. Feet and or hands cleansed with hand wipes. The only tools used are thumbs and fingers using medium pressure to reflex the 15,000 points in […]

Everyone needs Reflexology!

January 14th, 2020 | reflexology
holding feet reflexology

Everyone needs Reflexology! For Relaxation – If you have never had a reflexology session, the relaxation that comes from a healing session is incredible. After a one-hour reflexology session, some clients feel as though they had an entire night of sleep. Just imagine sleeping well every night.  Stress reliever –  Reflexology aids in releasing stress and tension […]

What is Reflexology?

January 12th, 2020 | reflexology
feet ready for reflexology

Reflexology is a science and an art. Thousands of reflex points located on the feet, hands, and ears represent the body in miniature. By stimulating these nerve pathways, an electro-chemical is created to communicate and stimulate the nervous system. 

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