What is Reflexology?
Reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China. It is a natural healing art based on the principle that there are reflex points on the feet, outer ears and hands. Reflexology is most commonly used on the feet because there are over 7000 nerve endings in each foot, which makes them quite sensitive.
This ancient healing technique involves a steady pressure on the reflex points, which accelerates the body's natural healing abilities and directly acts upon particular organs, glands and body parts through gentle stimulation upon the points or reflexes.
What can Reflexology do for me?
Reflexology is a safe, easy and beneficial method of treatment. Studies have shown that Reflexology can reduce stress and related problems such as PMS.
- Relaxes the muscles
- Normalizes the glands
- Increases circulation
- Integrates body, mind and spirit
- Helps reduce mental, physical and emotional TENSION and STRESS
- Relieves sinus congestion almost instantaneously
- Can help relieve pain (back pain, migraines, arthritis, and sports injuries)
- Helps the body to detoxify and cleanse
- Balances hormones
- Digestive disorders
What kind of Reflexology Treatment does Kelli Taylor offer?
Kelli has designed her own unique and highly effective reflexology treatment. She learned Reflexology over 10 years ago and has taken that training and blended it with what she learned in China and what her knowledge of acupuncture has given her. You will most likely experience feelings of relaxation, improved circulation, digestion, mental clarity, more energy and of course happy relaxed and rejuvenated feet. Donít be surprised if you come back wanting more.
What can I expect after my session?
Afterwards you should feel relaxed and invigorated! It is recommended that you drink plenty of water for the rest of the day. You can also take a hot bath when you get home. Adding a capful of Epsom salts to your bath will assist in pulling the toxins out of your body.
Does Reflexology Diagnose?
NO. Reflexology identifies where stress and tension is located in the body. This can be a valuable assistance to the diagnosis process, but is not sufficient by itself. Reflexology is not intended to be a substitute for medical care. Consult a medical professional such as a Traditional Chinese Medical doctor, Naturopathic doctor or a medical doctor for any health problem.