Reflexology, what is it?

Reflexology is a non-invasive modality which complements other therapies and modern medicine. We use our thumbs and fingers to apply pressure on specific areas of the feet or hands, based on a theory that those are connected to certain organs and body parts. All our body systems (digestive musculoskeletal, nervous, respiratory, urinary, endocrine, and lymphatic) have reflexes on our feet, and the aim is to improve the faction of those systems and bring them to work to their full potential.
Reflexology is a great way to help people heal from many health issues, and it is a beautiful way for calming, relaxing, and rejuvenating your mind and body.

Reflexology can help with: Headaches and migraines, digestive disorders, Arthritis, Insomnia, hormonal imbalances, PMS, menopause, back pain, joints pain, colds. It can boost your immune system, clear your sinus and more.

Some history: The roots of reflexology go back to ancient Egypt and China. In 1915 Dr. William H. Fitzgerald, introduced the concept of zone therapy to the western world and in the 1930’s, American physiotherapist Eunice Ingram developed the zone theory into what is known as modern reflexology.