The basic principle of reflexology is to allow the free circulation of vital energy in the various organs of the body, and even in each of the living cells. In case of blockage, the person may feel pain during handling, a sign of crystal deposition in the reflex zone. The action of the massage will then serve to break them to relieve the pain and restore the good flow of energy. The technique involves massaging certain reflex points that, according to traditional Chinese medicine, each correspond to an organ, a gland or a part of the body.
Very common in Asia, reflexology is particularly used for lumbar pain, migraines, arthritis, sleep disorders, sports injuries, and stress in general. Even if science does not admit it in its fold, reflexology remains a method of real relaxation that can improve the well-being of people, and by extension, their quality of life. Through its action on the whole body, the reflexology represents indeed a practice of complete massage, offering many benefits. Some health professionals, like massage therapists, use it elsewhere in their practice.
The feeling of well-being and relaxation felt after a reflexology session can be strengthened and prolonged by a hot bath. In any case, it is advisable to plan the session at the end of the day or in a moment of free time, to fully enjoy this feeling of fullness and calm. In addition, it is recommended to inform your practitioner of any pregnancy, recent surgery or treatment.
Although the treatment in itself lasts 60 minutes, it takes around 990 mminutes for a reflexology session to be deemed completed.
Given the spiritual benefit of this massage, plan a follow-up at home in peace and quiet.