Sick of feeling hot then cold? Get relief by turning up the pressure with Reflexology.
Updated: Jul 17
Seasonal fluctuations in temperature can be hard on our bodies. The rise and fall in barometric pressure can also bring on headaches, colds, flus, sinus and respiratory problems. Fortunately, Reflexology can help bolster the immune system to fight colds, flus and viruses. It can also provide relief of sinus pressure, head and earaches, coughs, bronchial and other respiratory issues.
Reflexology has been used as a natural healing art for thousands of years in China and India. This ancient healing art helps to improve overall health. It can relieve aches and pains by applying gentle, yet firm pressure primarily to the feet, hands, face and ears.
Reflexology uses reflexive areas -especially in the feet, face, ears and hands- that correspond to the body's organs and glands. Applying stimulation and pressure to these areas, sends messages to the affected areas to relax and release congestion in the system. Once the area has been stimulated and released, the lymphatics flush the build up out of the body.
After the blockage is released, the body can reset, have increased circulation and return to a healthier, more balanced state of being.