…Got Circulation?

How’s your circulation? Poor or constricted circulation may be the result of tight muscles or of a medical condition such as Diabetes. When a muscle area tightens up, blood and oxygen flow become restricted to that area of the body. The resulting pain or tension in your neck, shoulders, low back, feet, or another part […]

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Reflexology for Lower Back Pain

There is a high likelihood that you, like a large percentage of the general population, will experience some form of lower back pain during your adult life. Lower back pain can sometimes be caused by a vertebra being out of alignment (in which case, a chiropractor should be consulted). However, the type of lower back […]

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Reflexology for Plantar Fasciitis

What is Plantar Fasciitis? (pronounced “plantar fash-ee-itis”) Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia (the long, flat ligament) along the sole of the foot. The plantar fascia extends from the five toes, through the arch and attaches to the heel. Symptoms of plantar fasciitis may include pain in the heel and arches, or […]

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How Does Reflexology Work?

The feet serve as a sensory organ for the body, continuously interpreting and responding to both internal and external stimuli. The body’s internal stress level is always reflected in the feet. At the same time, the feet are constantly adapting to the demands of the outside world. Internally, stress distorts the ongoing messages that the […]

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