Reflexology & Meridian Therapy

Reflexology & Meridian Therapy are combined healing arts that utilize stimulation of the feet, hands, ears, and meridian lines to correspond with respective body parts and organs. By using reflexology & meridian therapy sessions together aids in stress relief, muscular tension, and improves blood circulation. Reflexology & Meridian therapy helps to unblock energy and nerve pathways that cause these physical obstructions.

Reflexology & Meridian Therapy can help persons suffering from PMS (Premenstrual Snydrome), promote deep relaxation, improve flexibility, increases blood circulation, aids in waste product removal from your exertions, improves emotional and mental well-being, assists in natural healing abilities, and helps strengthen immune system. Reflexology & Meridian therapy additionally improve natural healing mechanisms, reduce inflammation, and improves posture as well.

Additionally, Reflexology & Meridian Therapy are the integration of pressure point and reflexology techniques and the combination of anatomy and physiology with the Meridians and Five Element Theory and practice.

Reflexology is the correspondence of the reflexes in the feet and hands to the organs and all parts of the body. Stimulating these reflexes with this unique technique can promote the body's own healing potential to promote better health. Reflexology is primarily used for relaxing tension.

Doctors agree that over 75% of our health problems can be linked to nervous stress. Reflexology improves nerve and blood supply, and helps nature balance and harmonize all bodily functions.

Meridian Therapy includes the meridians, their channel pathology; the application of specific pressure points along the meridians and the Five Element theory and practice.

The aim of Meridian Therapy is to keep the body's vital energy flowing, eliminating blockages, energy loss or stagnation. This therapy is also responsible for stimulating the body's own healing potential not only to heal itself but also to prevent future imbalances.

The Five Element Theory is used to Determine:

  • where the balance has broken down.
  • the underlying cause of the imbalance.
  • the treatment protocol.

Meridian Therapy extends the scope of Reflexology enormously. It leads to the discovery of exciting additional treatment areas that can be added to the conventional or standard treatment protocol.

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About the Author: C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot is the Public Relations Director & Staff Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Holistic Practitioners; Reflexology Schools, Reflexology & Meridian Therapy, Massage Therapy Schools and Naturopathic Schools; Alternative Healthcare; Insightful Literature and so much more!

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