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What is Advanced Reflexology Therapy?

Not all reflexology is the same. The way that reflexology is generally accepted and described is that of a relaxation therapy, indeed it does produce a state of relaxation and invigoration.

Pressure and massage techniques designed o disperse those energy blockages which often manifest themselves as crystalline deposits in the feet and hands. Circulation of both blood & lymphatic systems is stimulated so that the accumulating toxins may be excreted, reliving cases of tension, stress and fatigue Everyone form cradle to centenarian can experience the benefits of reflexology.

Benefits of reflexology:
  • It has a deeply relaxing effect, helping to relieve stress and tension (75% of disease is estimated to be stress related)
  • Improves blood circulation, which increases the efficiency of all organs and cells, by good supply of oxygen and nutrients circulated in the blood
  • Helps release trapped nerves and improves neural efficiency; reflexology stimulates around 7 000 nerves
  • Improves waste removal and elimination
  • Activates the body’s self healing mechanism..    

Reflexology is extremely beneficial for the elderly. It gives them a sense of well-being.

On the most basic level reflexology can increase the circulation which is extremely important for elderly people. Whilst it does not claim to extend the life of clients, it can assist in the quality of it. Maybe that will mean a day free of pain for one person or a week of regular bowel movements for another. It can be tremendously helpful for clients recovering from hip replacement surgery, knee replacement or bunion surgery, not only is it incredibly supportive for those undergoing surgery but has been found to reduce post-operative recovery times. 

Reflexology is often carried out in hospices and care homes for the elderly. This is because the techniques used can help reduce cholesterol levels, reduce and maintain lower blood pressure and assist with mobility. 
It is a gentle non-invasive treatment carried out upon the feet alone, which helps to induce deep relaxation and in turn aids the body’s own healing process. 

Reflexology complements orthodox medicine and helps with the general aches and pains of getting older, studies have shown the benefits felt in more serious complaints, including:

  • Respiratory conditions, such as bronchitis, sinusitis, and emphysema, helping to reduce the symptoms involved.
  • Arthritis, by stimulating the circulation, which in turn aids joint mobility.
  • High blood pressure by inducing deep relaxation, helping maintain a healthy blood pressure, and even help to lower high blood pressure.
  • After a stroke. Patients using Reflexology treatment have seen the beneficial help it can give to regaining function in effected limbs.
  • Anxiety and Depression, people experience these debilitating conditions at all ages of life, and Reflexology helps to relieve the symptoms by inducing relaxation and releasing endorphins into the blood stream, which work on enhancing mental well being.
  • Migraine and headaches, digestive problems and many more. 

Kay is a Reflexologist and Massage Therapist in Listowel, Co. Kerry. For more information, call in to our shop or please contact Kay on 068-23574 or at kay@kaymcdonnell.com

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