Reflexology and Essential Oils:
When essential oils are applied with pressure to the reflex points, electrical impulses are released. These impulses carry the essential oils up the nerve pathway and into specific areas of the body. This in turn releases energy to support the systems of the body.
Reflexology and Emotional Healing:
Different organs hold different emotions. The liver and gallbladder are associated with anger, the heart and small intestine are associated with joy, the spleen and stomach are associated with over-thinking or pensiveness, the lungs and large intestine are associated with grief, and the kidney and bladder are associated with fear. If you ever face something that troubles your mind and triggers emotional disturbance, you will feel absolutely better after a reflexology session.
Reflexology and Cancer:
Reflexology is one of the most popular types of complementary therapy in the UK among people with cancer. When cancer patients face stress, fatigue, or nausea, they may turn to integrative therapies, such as reflexology, to help ease symptoms from chemotherapy and hormonal therapy treatments. Reflexology may be a good choice for patients who don’t want to be touched, or who can’t be touched or moved during treatment. Unlike massage, it involves only the feet, with no repositioning or undressing required.