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Reflexology for Ageless, Radiant Beauty - by Cheryl Foster

The phrase, “beauty is only skin deep” is interpreted as physical beauty being just superficial. But the skin is important and, in fact, the body’s largest organ.


I think most of us would agree that many of today’s illnesses can be attributed to stress and tension, manifesting in conditions such as back ache, headaches, insomnia, constipation, and IBS. What I have found helps hugely though is reflexology.

Why Everyone Should Try Reflexology

Stress is our internal response to external changes and challenges, whether real or imagined — a deadline at work, an upcoming dinner with the in-laws, relationship issues or just our imagination running wild.

Defining Reflexology

In order to have a unified profession we must seek to establish a unified definition to which most reflexologists can subscribe. A definition by RAA must be as broad as feasible, to allow as many reflexologists as possible to subscribe to it, without being too general as to be meaningless. However, in creating a universal definition several issues need to be kept in mind.


When I’m walking around the streets of New York City, there are a lot of things I’ve come to expect on almost every block: a bodega, a food cart, and a massage place with a foot reflexology chart planted on the window. I’m always interested in all three, but it’s the foot reflexology that I’ve yet to actually try for myself (and everyone tells me I’m missing out).

What are the potential dangers of walking and exercising barefoot?

Walking barefoot in your house is relatively safe. But when you head outside, you expose yourself to potential risks that could be dangerous.

“Without appropriate strength in the foot, you are at risk of having poor mechanics of walking, thereby increasing your risk for injury,” explains Kaplan.

Touch This Special Chinese Foot Reflexology Point to Activate Your Body’s Natural Healing Abilities

Did you know that your feet are a source of wisdom? By studying Chinese reflexology of the foot, we’ve learned that they reveal where you hold stress and how you approach life, and they can even tell you where emotional pain is hidden deep inside your body. Your feet never lie. They always tell the truth about your current state of health and well-being.

The Reflexologist Who Knocked Me Off My Feet

You know you’re in for something special when you walk into an adorable day spa that feels a bit like a tree house and yet somehow manages to be hidden in a busy party of West Hollywood. This is The Humble Abode, a mother-daughter owned spa that offers not only massage and manicures but also skin care, haircuts, waxing and even chiropractor treatments and Pilates classes.

How Can Reflexology Massage Boost Your Health and Wellness?

Reflexology has grown in popularity in the United States and on a global scale, owing to numerous findings on its potent benefits for the physical and mental health of human beings. One large-scale review undertaken in 2008 summarized?168 studies on this ancient healing art, with surprising conclusions, including the fact that reflexology has a positive impact on specific organs, including the kidneys and intestines (since it promotes blood flow to these organs). If you are intrigued by reflexology and you?d like to give it a go, take note of how it can change your life, helping you manage pain and achieve a state of relaxation,?with no side effects at all.