Regular reflexology treatments are a good way to keep your feet from cramping and from other foot conditions. Reflexology can be used for a wide range of conditions ranging from hormones, organs and neurological conditions, sleep, digestion, sinus, fertility, menopause, prostrate and others. Reflexology can help prevent disease, colds, and infections. Manipulation of your feet will increase circulation and remove excess waste from organs. This is a time to relax and release feel-good chemicals keep or make you feel great.
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Benefits of a Foot Reflexology
60 mins: $65.00
20 mins: $25.00
30 mins $40.00
40 mins: $50.00
50 mins: $60.00
Reflexology in Cleveland Can Help With a Wide Variety of Ailments
For trusted Reflexology in Cleveland, Swift Results Massage Therapy can assist. Reflexology can be relaxing and may alleviate stress. The basis of Reflexology is that different areas of the foot correspond to organs in the body, pressure on that area of the foot may bring forth healing to the corresponding part of the body. Reflexology and massage therapy can also help in alleviating discomfort and tension, working as a natural form of pain management. Using Reflexology as a supplementary treatment of your ailments may effectively reduce pain and discomfort caused by a wide range of conditions.
Benefits of Reflexology and Massage
While the below points are the most recorded benefits from some of our clients, we believe there are even more advantages to reflexology and massage therapy as each body is different and may react differently to each session.
- Applying pressure on a specific area stimulates the nerves and in turn, induces muscle relaxation.
- An increase in circulation from reflexology and massage results in better circulation, faster metabolism and increased energy levels.
- Reflexology may help with the quality of sleep. It is a non-evasive method that may unblock nerve channels that could be affecting sleep patterns.
Tips for Getting More Value Out of Reflexology and Massage Therapy
Along with having an open mind and remembering to breathe, the below tips will assist in making the most out of your session.
- Communicating with your massage therapist is vital in order to make the most of your Reflexology and massage session. Do share important health information, along with allergies to any oils or creams. Let your massage therapist know whether you prefer silence or a chat during your massage.
- Wearing loose-fitting clothes to your session is advised as there may be some residual product left on your skin after your massage. The only part of your body that will not be covered will be the area that your therapist is working on, a towel will cover the rest of your body.
- Increasing your water intake after your massage will assist in removing the waste products from your lymph nodes, from of your system.
History of Reflexology
The practice of Reflexology originated in Egypt, and quickly spread to India, China, and then the rest of the world. Reflexology has gained traction in later years as being a complementary treatment for pain management and stress levels. We put a lot of pressure on our feet and as such, and it is always best to make use of natural therapy to relieve built-up pressure.
Are you tired of your bodily aches and pains restricting you from doing what you once loved? Contact us today for more information on our range of massage therapies.