Get back in balance with reflexology
Let me ask you a few questions first. Do you often
- suffer from (tension) headaches that seem to appear randomly and can ruin your whole day?
- wake up feeling tired and cannot function until you had at least one huge cup of coffee?
- feel muscle tension or back pain after a long day of sitting behind your desk, realizing you had no time to stretch or relax in between meetings?
- have sleepless nights, because you worry about your next day or because your mind cannot settle for another reason?
- have an upset stomach or bloated feeling after a nice dinner with friends and family?
- experience specific complaints that you have been trying to ignore for too long?
If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, read further on how reflexology can help you.
I am a FootreflexPlus™ therapist, and I am combining the healing effects of two different techniques that allow the treatments to become more efficient, so results can be reached sooner.
- Western reflexology that is particularly suited to accurately treat certain areas of the foot by the thumb, and
- Chinese reflexology, using gliding techniques and treating not only the reflex points on the foot but also meridians and acupressure points up to the knee.
Also other methods (energy work via the feet to balance meridians and chakras, ear stimulation, hand reflexology, etc.) can be used to complete the treatments, with the aim to reduce your complaints.
Reflexology is beneficial for
Stronger immune system
Flexibility of spine
Boosting the circulation
Holistic (overall) wellness
Balanced lymphatic system
Please consider that reflexology is a holistic type of therapy where your participation in the healing process is also needed. According to the principles of naturopathy, the body has the ability of self-healing. Reflexology will help to restore this ability by
starting a detoxifying processes in your body for successful elimination of waste products
focusing on the underlying cause of an illness and not (only) on the symptoms
treating the whole person, not only the physical body