Healing Through Reflexology

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Reflexology implements zone therapy by using digital pressure to break up tension in the body, and it is also used to work on internal organs that can't be reached with the hands. Heal the body through reflexology treatments with help from a licensed massage therapist in this free video on reflexology.

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Hello my name is Rebecca Herrick. I am here at Everything Peaceful in Wilmington, North Carolina. I am a licensed massage therapist who also practices reflexology and I am here to tell you a little bit about healing through reflexology. There is a couple different principles that have been discovered about working on the feet and the hands and the ears in order to promote healing throughout the entire body. Basically Eunice Ingam and her nephew discovered the benefits of working on the hands and the feet and the ears while touring the United States back in the 30's or 40's and by working on thousands of clients they notice a correlation between healing various body parts while solely working on the feet and the hands and the ears. The reason why this works they say is based on what's called zone therapy where your nervous system is separated into ten longitudinal zones and all those zones end on he hands and the feet and also the ears. Basically by working on these different zones and by working I mean using digital pressure and breaking up any kind of tension or crystallization that you feel on the feet and the hands and the ears you affect the entire zone to these zones flow through the internal organs. They flow through every structure in the body so it is a really great way to work on internal organs and work on various body systems that we can't reach with our hands. A lot of people notice very very significant benefits from reflexology treatments and that's how they feel healing through reflexology.

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