Reflexology Foot Massage in Practice

Reflexology Foot Massage in Practice

Reflexology Foot Massage in Practice Reflexology, often called Zone Therapy evolved in East Asia. This ancient, holistic foot pressure therapy continues to g…
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  1. Rebecca SandersMay 26, 2013

    I was applying a foot cream to my feet for the first time in months & found a lump..I looked on a reflexology chart & the location of the lump in my foot was where the sciatic nerve & close to the uterus areas appear on the chart..I have massive sciatic nerve´╗┐ problems & uterus issues currently going on..I really want to learn more about this ­čÖé

  2. PatientsMedicalNYC1May 26, 2013

    What the heck is Ear Reflexology you ask? Watch and be amazed!´╗┐

  3. ivanlagrossemouleMay 26, 2013

    You can’t make the difference between urban myths and science.
    Bumblebees can fly and science has explained it. Actually, it’s so well understood that there are many robots that use the same process to fly (produce a small vortex above the wing).
    Now, other than placebo effects and relaxation, your reiki bullshit doesn’t produce any results. If that’s what you’re looking for, it works damn well, but´╗┐ if you want to pretend it does something else, it fails.

  4. f yanMay 26, 2013

    word it as you may it works plain and simple´╗┐ it works

  5. f yanMay 26, 2013

    @wipeout249 proof? the foots presure points are connected to all parts of the body, we are all connected, from head to toe, say you have a real bad ankle sometimes you can get a calve musle or hamstring, because the ankle is putting strain on the leg, its all connected, plus it cures many people of certain ailments, that placebos have not cured before, and it feels good so is somthing that feels good´╗┐ a placebo? not real? no its real cause you feel it, you put lipstick on a pig its still a pig,

  6. andwafryMay 26, 2013


  7. Lecia PooleMay 26, 2013

    sorry to burst your bubble, but´╗┐ there’s a lot of shit out there that science can’t prove….

  8. wipeout249May 26, 2013

    there is no proof, aside from the placebo effect, that reflexology works. it doesn’t even make sense that you can heal the body by massaging a foot. it falls in the same group as´╗┐ astrology and alchemy

  9. LuubelaarMay 26, 2013

    – Modern medicine can’t explain why many of these old techniques actually work, but many of them do. But feel free to´╗┐ make drug companies wealthier if that’s what you prefer.

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