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Who Can Benefit - Anyone and Everyone
Reflexology can be done on anyone practically anywhere.  It is for people of all ages, from the newborn to the elderly, for a general tune-up or for an unhealthy body trying to return to health.  The vast majority of people usually realize the benefits of reducing stress which in turn minimizes
physical symptoms. Reflexology in conjunction with other therapies complements ongoing medical treatments. The benefits of reflexology are comprehensive in nature so anyone and everyone benefits.

General:

Everyone benefits from reflexology because itů

  • Reduces stress and brings about a state of relaxation
  • Improves circulation throughout the body
  • Increases immune system functioning
  • Relieves pain due to injury or overwork
Athletes:

Reflexology will benefit the occasional, recreational, amateur, and professional athlete.  Athletes find reflexology...
  • Assists with post-exercise soreness
  • Aids flexibility through the delivery of blood to scar tissue, and in post-operative situations reduces both hospital stays and recuperation time
  • Prevents injuries and loss of mobility in potential trouble spots
  • Boosts athletic performance and endurance
  • Restores mobility to injured muscle tissue
Elderly:

Seniors benefit from reflexology because this noninvasive modality is safe for a wide range of health concerns.  Mature adults find that itů
  • Relieves pain and inflammation caused by neuropathy
  • Increases circulation without strain to the heart
  • Improves balance while standing walking, turning etc.
  • Enhances digestive function and the elimination of wastes
  • Assists with both the quality and quantity of sleep
  •  Boosts immune system functioning
For a listing of FAQs, please click here.

This gentle therapy encourages the body to heal itself at its own pace, often counteracting a lifetime of misuse.

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