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Reflexology: A Map to Your Body

Last updated 7 years ago

Reflexology is a form of alternative medicine that is gaining popularity across the world for its healing properties. This treatment is used to treat conditions in the body as well as to help relieve stress. Here is a guide to reflexology—a map to your body, so to speak.

Reflexology is a customized spa treatment that utilizes pressure applied to various parts of the body. It operates under the principle that there are areas of the body that correspond to points on the feet, hands, and ears. When pressure is used on these specific points, the related area of the body undergoes a response.

Because reflexology is an alternative medicine treatment, it incorporates the concept of energy flow into the treatment process. This maintains that the body has positive energy that must flow throughout it, and when this energy is blocked, the body suffers. Reflexology works to open up the channels in the body.

Feet treatments can aid with conditions and problems all throughout the body. Reflexology spa treatments may focus on the feet, where massage is used to help the organs in the body work properly. Massage treatments on the feet can also relieve stress and reduce pain in the entire body.

Reflexologists divide the body into ten zones. Those zones correspond to a zone on the foot, and those are the areas that are targeted during a foot massage. For example, if you have a headache, then your customized spa treatment will include reflexology massage on the zone on your foot corresponding to the head.

If you are looking for an exclusive day spa, then come to Spa Reveil. Our customized spa treatments include skin care, massage, and hand & feet treatments. Call (512) 961-4714 to book your spa sanctuary appointment today.


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