reflexology : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the study of reflex action as it relates to the behavior of organisms
- n massage to relieve tension by finger pressure; based on the belief that there are reflex points on the feet, hands, and head that are connected to every part of the body
- Your whirlwind tour is bound to leave you footsore so do like the Beijingers, who swear by reflexology (foot massage), which they believe not only relieves aching feet but also .
- At that point, she goes home to the things that "recharge my batteries": her horse, acupuncture, reflexology and "a slower rhythm.
- It's a combination of three other things you've never heard of: reiki, facial reflexology and emotional-freedom techniques.
News & Articles
- Sex trade finds a new way into the suburbs
Health and law enforcement officials say body work therapy spas have created havens for sex trafficking and prostitution by taking advantage of a loophole created in 2006 when the state’s Division of Professional Licensure took over regulation of massage parlors. There is no licensing requirement for services such as reflexology, reiki, polarity, acupressure and several others.
June 15, 2013 - Weymouth News
- Ron Sims in King County (press release)
Health and wellness are vital to the residents of King County and many are turning to complementary therapies, such as reflexology, as a way of maintaining health, in addition to traditional Western health practices,said County Executive Ron...
- Penny Lancaster in Mirror.co.uk
Penny, who is keen on a natural birth, says: "We have done five pre-natal classes in the States and then there's this lady who does reflexology, meditation and other alternative methods to avoid the drugs. I just had another check-up and the doctor...