Reflexology is a whole-body treatment through your feet. By stimulating the more than 7000 nerve endings in the feet and hands, Kathleen encourages your neural channels to open and clear which interrupts “pain pathways” throughout your body. You may find it hard to believe that something so enjoyable can be so good for you!

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Rejuvenate, revitalize, increase your energy

By exerting pressure on these reflexes and combining massage, relaxation and joint mobilization techniques, Kathleen helps your body “reset” your natural internal balance and resolve symptoms. Reflexology is instrumental in resolving acute and chronic conditions, improving circulation, stimulating nerve function, cleansing and balancing the immune system, and increasing energy.

is beneficial in pregnancy and labor and easily worked with children. The immediate result is a feeling of relaxation and reduced stress.

Stress reduction: Generates deep, tranquil relaxation, helping your body balance itself and allowing healing energy to flow through your body.

Improved circulation: Allows veins and arteries to conduct blood flow freely, carrying oxygen and nutrients to all cells and cleansing toxins.

Stimulates nerve function: Helps to open and clear neural pathways, reducing pain.

Cleanses and balances immune system: Stimulates lymphatic system, boosting the immune system and reducing the risk of infection; assists the production of endorphins, contributing to a sense of well-being.

Increases energy: Rejuvenates and revitalizes your body’s natural energy by relaxing and opening energy pathways.

Evidence of reflexology practice has been documented in Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. It is believed to have originated in China some 5000 years ago; early Taoists are credited with originating many Chinese health practices. Cherokee tribes of North America practice a form of reflexology that is passed on, generation to generation, to this day.

Reflexology, sometimes called “zone therapy,” travelled across India, Japan, Asia and China. The foot portion of the Japanese technique is called Zoku Shin Do.

In China, practitioners took it to a new level. Acupressure became acupuncture and was taken in a new direction: working with meridians, or energy channels, to address disharmony and disease. The Chinese concept of meridian therapy is a cornerstone in the foundation of reflexology.