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Reflexology is a method for activating the healing powers of the body. The early Japanese, Chinese, Indians, and Egyptians worked on the feet to promote good health. Today many of the same techniques have been developed into a modern scientific method called reflexology. It is based on the principle that energy zones run throughout the body and that there are reflex areas in the feet that correspond to all major organs, glands, and body parts.

Reduces stress
Induces deep relaxation
Improves circulation
Cleanses body of toxins and impurities
Balances the whole system
Revitalizes energy
Stimulates creativity and productivity
Preventive health care

How does Reflexology work?
All the organs and parts of the body lie along one of the ten energy zones of the body. Each zone is considered a channel for life energy, or chi. Stimulating any zone of the foot by applying pressure with the thumbs and fingers affects the entire zone of the body. Reflexology allows the nervous system to calm down and function more normally. Circulation and blood flow are improved, increasing oxygen to all cells. The body, mind and spirit are brought back into balance.

What will I experience?
Most people experience deep relaxation, tranquility, and serenity. When the session is over, you will feel balanced and revitalized. You may experience fatigue, especially if a lot of waste materials (calcium deposits, uric acid, lactic acid, CO2) are released.
Often people will urinate or have a bowel movement after a session. This is part of the general stimulation and detoxification that results from reflexology. Improved circulation and release of blocked energy may be felt as tingling or itchiness, accompanied by a light feeling or chilliness.

A wall painting found in the tomb of the highest official after the Pharaoh - Ankhmahor, dated 2330 B.C. The tomb is also known as the physicians tomb.