Reflexology the study, science and art of using various touch techniques on specific points of the feet, hands, or ears to normalize body function, maintain optimum health and restore energy throughout the body.

Reflexologists theorize that points on the feet and hands correspond to particular organs, glands, and other parts of the body. The goal of the work is to break down crystal deposits in the feet and help restore homeostasis, or internal balance. The basic techniques used are thumb walking and various relaxation techniques.

There are many reported benefits from Reflexology. Clients report a feeling of deep relaxation after a treatment, pain may be reduced or eliminated, circulation is improved, there is better oxygen and nutrient supply to the brain and body, detoxification is promoted and there is a normalization of the functions of organs, glands, and structures of the body.

Reflexology promotes overall health and is used as complementary care for people with a variety of conditions. For example, reflexology can help alleviate headaches, reduce arthritic and back pain, decrease the symptoms of addiction withdrawal, ease the swings of premenstrual syndrome, and reduce the symptoms of diabetes.

The Reflexology session, if used alone, is one-hour but can be a great add-on to any other treatment or massage for 30 minutes. The client is either lying on a massage table or sitting comfortably in a Reflexology reclining chair.

Reflexology is beneficial and appropriate for anyone. For those sensitive to touch on their feet, not to worry. The technique is firm yet relaxing and most people are pleasantly surprised that it does not tickle.

Kimberly Redfern took her advanced training in Reflexology with The International Institute of Reflexology and practices the Ingham Method. Kimberly also combines Swedish massage techniques with every Reflexology session to enhance the overall experience and relaxation.

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