Benefits of Reflexology


Reflexology is an ancient technique that seeks to balance the performance of each internal organ in the human body through reflex points located on the soles of the feet, palms and some other parts of the body.
The proper functioning of these systems make to good health, while the mean disease as an imbalance in any of the above systems, which are corrected by massage and pressure on certain points.
The work done on the feet is called foot reflexology, and is the most used and extended. Although it is believed that all massage therapy is provided with manuals, the truth is that this technique uses several elements and accessories to achieve their goals.

It works with acupressure, with wooden rollers with vibrating machine and other alternative components such as aromatherapy or scented creams, etc. But this depends more on the therapist and his knowledge.
Among the ailments treated by reflexology are the bone system disorders such as spinal pain, contractions, stress and all that it causes in the rest of the body.
It is important to recognize that this technique complementary to medical treatment does not replace but complements this by making more rapid improvement.

Reduces stress and provides deep relaxation and wellness.

  • Improves blood circulation throughout the body and consequently allows a better distribution of oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
  • Relieves the discomfort, stress and pain.
  • Stimulates the underactive areas or lazy.
  • Relaxation of hyperactive and overly productive areas of the body.
  • It improves the elimination of toxins and body waste products.
  • Balances the entire system, getting all the parts of the body function properly, keeping the body healthy and harmonious (homeostasis).
  • Revitalizes the body and restores energy at all levels.
  • Stimulates creativity and productivity, enabling us to deliver the best of ourselves in our work and daily activities.
  • Increased vitality.
  • Balance of the musculoskeletal, respiratory, lymphatic, digestive, etc.