Reflexology -1 Hour $85
Most people know Reflexology as a treatment focused on the entire body through the hands or feet. This is true but reflexology can also extend into other networks of the body including the ear, face, and core components of any massage. Looking for a specific or general reflexology appointment, Janet will help you feel rejuvenated. This practice can be used to help with anxiety, asthma, cancer treatment, cardiovascular issues, diabetes, headaches, kidney function, PMS, and sinusitis.
Reflexology is the practice of pressure applied using the thumb, fingers and hands to a specific region of the feet and hands. This practice is known as “zone therapy”. Promotes nervous system stimulation, blood and oxygen supply by initiating the relaxation response. Reducing stress, tension and toxicity throughout the entire body. Inducing the mind and body into a state of tranquility and peace. Reflexology is widely known to be beneficial in combating many sleep disorders. The use of these techniques, can allow the neural pathways to open and cleanse problem areas. Promoting a healthy circadian rhythm, Which is necessary for sufficient sleep.
Within one hour a session with Janet can stimulate over 7,000 nerve endings, and naturally increasing the nerve function and reactivity. Essentially allowing the brain to handle outputs more effectively. Increasing cognitive strengths, speeding up physical reactions and boosts memory. By stimulating oxygen flow to the vital organ systems, this practice can assist in working their optimum potential and energy creation.
With many years of experience as a Reflexologist. Janet’s clients have described their experience of these techniques to a feeling of “lightness” to the body, as well as a sense of “energy moving” and or “opening” from Janet’s pressure to the specific body region. An overall body and mind restoration experience in a state of relaxation and warmth.
Questions and answers!
Who Should Not Get Reflexology Therapy?
Individuals with foot fractures, unhealed wounds, active gout, osteoarthritis or vascular diseases effecting the legs and feet. It is always a good idea to speak to your health care provider or Janet prior to a session.
What Are The Benefits of Reflexology Therapy?
Boosts immune system
Reverses back pain and injury
Balances hormone levels
Fights cold and bacterial infections
Does Reflexology Therapy Hurt?
Generally, many clients feel relaxed during this session. When the pressure is higher than required to alleviate pain, it can create discomfort at the pressure point or around a specific part of the body.
Try at home
Looking to see the benefits of reflexology before you hire a pro? Look no further than the video and or simple 3-step guide below. This link will show you a wonderful routine you can do to improve your health and wellness.
Sometimes our body needs some TLC when we overwork ourselves. Reflexology massage is just what mind and body needs to get back on track.
All it takes is five minutes to begin your journey to a de stressed lifestyle.
1. Rotating in the ankle/ wrist to the right and then to the left is an effective way to improve mobility.
2. Gently squeezing your hand/ foot to improve circulation.
3. To begin to stimulate your reflex points, you may use a technique called “thumb walking”. You can apply pressure to a point, making circular motions and then shuffle a small step forward.
* Please remember to only apply as much pressure as comfortable.