to Treat Your Feet where I improve your wellness by
improving your circulation and reducing body stress! Treat
Your Feet offers you an incredible foot and hand treatment in a relaxing
atmosphere. At first your feet and hands may be shy, but soon they begin
to relax and trust the process. After a warm footbath, I pressure
point reflexes and end with a relaxing oil message. When your
feet feel good, you feel good!!
REFLEXOLOGY is a science of
using specific touch technique of applying pressure, using
your thumb and fingers, to reflex points of the feet and hands.
Each foot has over 7,200 nerve endings (reflexes), 26 bones,
107 ligaments, and 19 muscles. A typical treatment includes
applying pressure to specific reflex points that have relations
to each and every organ and all parts of the body. This type
of therapy creates a physiological change in the body by naturally
improving your circulation, which reduces your body tension.
THEORY is that feet mirror your body. By placing an
outline of the body over an image of feet, you can see the
toes correspond to the head area. Where the toes join the
foot is the shoulder line. Below that, are your lungs. As
you go down the feet, the other body parts and organs correspond
to the specific defined areas in the feet. For more information
on REFLEXOLOGY, see the Book Page.
WE ARE ALL SEARCHING for ways
of staying well, not just getting better. We believe holistic
health care can involve many modalities such as good nutrition,
exercise, spinal alignments, massage and reflexology. Reflexology
is an effective technique for regaining better health, but
is not intended to replace care of your physician.
SERVICES WE OFFER:
not claim to be a "cure-all" but our clients have experienced
relief of symptoms of many common disorders. The following
are just a small sample of my customer's comments.
"Reflexology has kept me walking!"
Robert G., age 90+
"I know my feet and body feel much better with weekly
reflexology treatments!" Mildred W., age 80+
"Reflexology helps me reduce my body stress and the
pain in my shoulder!"
Al G., corporate manager.