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Reflexology

What is Reflexology?
Reflexology is the application of pressure to specific points on the hands, feet, or ears. The specific points correspond to organs and systems of the body. Reflexology is used to encourage deep relaxation and sense of well being, so that the body may heal itself. The body heals best in a state of deep relaxation.
Reflexology can be administered with a client in a chair or on a massage table. Spiritual Alchemy Energy Transfigurations uses lotion while using thumbs and fingers in specific pattern during the therapy session. Reflexology is not painful. The Reflexologist may come across some sore spots that they may spend more time on. Reflexologists use a technique for those with sensitive ticklish feet prior, so even if you have ticklish feet you can still enjoy the benefits of Reflexology.

What is it Good for?

Anxiety
Arthritis
Back and Body Pain
Boosts Immune System
Circulation
Depression
Digestive Disorders
Headaches and Migraines
Hormonal Imbalances
Insomnia
Neuropathy
Multiple Sclerosis
Palliative Care
Post-Operative Pain
Postpartum Recovery
Stress

Who should not have Reflexology?
Foot Reflexology should not be given to anyone that has had recent surgeries on their feet. Hand Reflexology should not be given to anyone that has had recent surgeries on their hands. If you have or suffer from any of the following: wounds, burns, rashes, infections, blood clots, gout flare. Note: Spiritual Alchemy Energy Transfigurations require a Doctor’s note if you are pregnant. Rubbing the feet has been known to induce contractions during pregnancy.

Are there any reactions of Reflexology?
Typically, clients feel calm and relaxed during and after Reflexology, but there are times that a client may experience nausea, sleepiness, and mood swings. It is always recommended to drink plenty of water after the session, take a bath in Epsom salt or Himalayan bath salts, eat healthy, and get a good night’s sleep.

Disclaimer: Reflexology Massage Therapy is a Healing Art that promotes relaxation, so that the body may heal itself. Reflexologists do not diagnose or prescribe substances, nor interfere with treatment of licensed medical professionals. Reflexology Massage Therapy is a companion modality to medical treatment and should not be considered a replacement to seeking medical treatment. It is always advised to consult your primary medical care provider prior to receiving any Alternative Healing Modality.