Monday, 19 December 2016

Reflexology to reduce tension and stress

Reflexology can be considered ideal for:
  • relieving pain
  • reducing stress and tension
  • acute and chronic conditions
  • relieving stress and tension
A full session means working all areas of both feet and takes 60 minutes.

Diaphragm reflex point for relaxation

 The diaphragm reflex
 diaphragm reflex
Stimulating the diaphragm reflex can induce optimum breathing and encourage relaxation. Try finding the diaphragm reflex on your own foot. The central part of the diaphragm reflex is located in line with the 3rd toe at the ball of the foot. The diaphragm extends along the ball of the foot. Just as the diaphragm stretches along the torso, this reflex is located across the foot. The diaphragm is of course the major breathing muscle, so focus on your breath. As you inhale, push gently but firmly with your thumbs into the center of the diaphragm reflex on the plantar surface of the foot. As you exhale gently release the pressure. Do this 3 times, and then repeat on the other foot.
source: http://www.reflexology.org.nz
For a reflexology treatment contact me directly to make an appointment.
Karin
Today I treated myself to foot reflexology with Karin.  This was a blissful, relaxing and rejuvenating experience.  Thank you for your expert care, Karin.”  MG. Motueka.

Thank you Karin for your lovely touch on my feet with your Pedicure andReflexology. I found it very soothing.
And almost went to sleep. You have a friendly and calming influence, which
helped me to relax. Thanks once again. I'll be back. 
Kind regards.
Barbara, Garden Designer, Auckland.




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