Reflexology is suitable for all ages and may provide relief for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. After you have experienced the therapeutic benefits of one or more reflexology treatments, many people claim it’s beneficial to continue receiving them as a preventative measure in order to maintain good health and well-being.
While many people use reflexology as a way of relaxing mind and body, and counteracting stress, many doctors, consultants and other health care professionals recognize reflexology as an established, respected and effective therapy.
Reflexology helps us cope better on a physical, mental and emotional level. In this busy world, with ever increasing levels of stress that wear and tear at us, more and more people are turning towards the holistic gains afforded by reflexology. It’s gentle, non-invasive, natural, and wholly beneficial. You don’t even have to take your clothes off, except your shoes and socks.
From arthritis and aching joints to skin and digestive disorders, including irritable bowel syndrome or IBS, reflexology has been shown to be effective for:
- Back and neck pain
- Inflammatory conditions
- Digestive disorders including acid reflux
- Migraine & tension headaches
- Circulation health for arthritis
- Hormonal support
- Sleep improvement
- Fibromyalgia & auto-immune disorders
- Sports injuries including plantar fasciitis
- and lots more!
Enjoy the intrinsic benefits that reflexology has to offer, especially next month (September 2020) as Reflexology Therapists around the world create awareness about reflexology.