What is Reflexology?

Reflexology works by stimulating the brain. Stimulating the reflexology points on the body does not affect the organs directly, but instead affects the brain’s areas responsible for the regulation of those organs. Stimulating these meridian points with massage benefits their correlating organs through self-regulation, and as a result, adverse symptoms may be relieved.

Reflexology is an active and continually evolving therapeutic practice. In recent years, traditional reflexology has branched out into new and exciting therapeutic expressions in an effort to improve the health and wellness of clients. Within all of these different types of reflexology, there are therapists who specialize in different protocols.

Therapeutic Reflexology is a system of physical treatment that seeks to promote healing and wellbeing through pressure and manipulation of reflex points on the feet, hands, face, ears and body.  It is a safe, non-invasive therapy – no injections, needles or modern medicines are involved in treatments.