Reflexology

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Foot reflexology is a hands-on therapy based on the premise that reflex points in the feet correspond to every organ, gland and tissue of the body. Nerve pathways and/or meridians connect these points in the feet to the various vital parts of the body.

Some sources claim that the history of reflexology can be traced back thousands of years to Asia.

The Benefits of Reflexology

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I recently went to hear Anna speak about nutrition and food selection. I was amazed at how much I didn’t know about our modern foods—even after spending years in the food industry. All the attendees were paying close attention to everything that was discussed, and Anna has an amazing talent for sharing passionately with others in an easy to understand manner.

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  • Improve circulation of blood and lymphs.
  • Normalize body functions.
  • Release tension and reduces stress.
  • Promotes relaxation, rejuvenation and repair by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system.
  • Increases energy.
  • Boosts the immune system.
  • Reflexology can be effective for both acute and chronic conditions.

What Does Reflexology Involve?

A reflexology session lasts approximately 45 to 50 minutes. You’ll have varying amounts and types of pressure applied to the numerous reflex areas on the feet. It’s a wonderfully relaxing experience that anyone can enjoy on a regular basis—and a real treat for tired feet.

For more information, please contact Anna Varriano at Perfect Resonance.