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Hot Stone Reflexology

Posted by shizenos on June 18, 2017 at 4:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Hot Stone Reflexology

 

bigstock-Woman-receiving-hot-stone-mass-44783698Hot Stone Reflexology really does take Reflexology to another level helping you to feel restored, rebalanced and rejuvenated.

 

This truly indulgent feeling treatment, using various massage techniques and warm stones, relaxes the body at its deepest level and is effective in creating harmony and balance.

 

The subtle energies of stones introduced into the treatment calm the senses, relax muscle tension and promote a meditative state.

 

Warm stones have been used as a therapeutic tool for massage for centuries with evidence dating back to ancient Egypt, China, Japan, South America and Australia.

 

The effects and potential benefits of hot stones include:

heat penetrates to a much deeper level than finger pressure, and may reach up to 7-8cms into the superficial layer of muscle. This brings about physiological changes as well as improving energy flow;

improved blood circulation & lymphatic drainage;

promotes the release & elimination of toxins;

boosts immunity and the lymphatic function;

relieves tension in connective tissues;

reduces muscular tension which will help muscles to relax and repair more efficiently;

it is warming, deeply relaxing & soothing helping to melt away any tension or anxiety;

helps to bring about a balance of body as well as mind.

Use of Hot Stones in Reflexology

Hot stones can be incorporated into a reflexology treatment to further enhance the benefits of the treatment. It is estimated that one stroke of a hot stone is worth five strokes with the hand! It is also believed to yield five times deeper and five times longer lasting effects compared to a “normal” reflexology session. The heat helps to relax the muscles in the feet allowing the therapist to work deeper into the reflex areas.

The stones are composed of basalt, a volcanic rock, which due to its high density retains heat well. They are heated at a controlled temperature and are only applied to the skin at a comfortable temperature.

Use of Cold Stones in Reflexology

Cold stones may also be used during a reflexology treatment and may help, for example, with:

easing inflammation;

headaches;

sinus congestion;

muscle strain;

improves immune function;

invigorating and refreshing

What to expect during a Reflexology Treatment Incorporating Hot Stones:

Hot Stones are used at the beginning and end of the treatment followed by a conventional Reflexology treatment. The heat from the stones quickly open the reflex pathways bringing about a much deeper level of relaxation than reflexology alone. The stones may also be used on areas that may appear tender or congested.

 

What to expect during a Full Hot Stone Reflexology Treatment:

bigstock-Massage-Hot-Mineral-Stone-Foot-3432645Hot Stones are used throughout the treatment allowing the heat to work the reflex areas and points rather than the therapist’s fingers and thumbs.

 

The treatment starts by using Hot Stones to massage the lower legs relieving any tension in the calf muscles and helping to enhance energy flow. This is then followed by applying various size stones to the bottom of each foot.

 

Toe stones are placed between the toes of one foot which is then wrapped in a towel whilst the other foot is given a thorough treatment with the use of various size stones being used to work specific reflexes. Each foot is worked in turn. Warm stones can also be placed behind the shoulders and hips or on the abdomen to help ease any tension or stress in those areas.

 

The temperature of the Hot Stones are regulated in a specially designed bag to ensure that they are kept at the correct temperature before being applied to the foot or leg.

 

For an invigorating treatment, or to soothe headaches and injuries and ease pain and sinus congestion, Cold Stones may be used to replace the Hot Stones.

 

It is quite a different experience to a “conventional” Reflexology treatment.

How Can Reflexology Help Cancer Patients?

Posted by shizenos on June 18, 2017 at 3:30 AM Comments comments (0)

 

When cancer patients face stress, fatigue, or nausea, they may turn to integrative therapies such as reflexology to help ease symptoms. Although each patient responds individually, reflexology can support relaxation and comfort during cancer treatment and offers an alternative to traditional massage.

 

Foot and Hand Reflexology 60 Minutes

 

Heal the body and soothe the sole in my clinic. Step into the Chinese zone of ancient healing using thumb, finger and hand techniques to promote relaxation, balance energy throughout the body, improve circulation, reduce pain, soothe tired feet, eliminate toxins and encourage overall healing.

Reflexology reflexologist manila makati mandaluyong pasay ortigas san juan greenhills alabang quezon city valle verde bel-air rockwell makati

 

The Best Hot Stone Foot Reflexology in the Philippines 09176981188

Posted by shizenos on June 12, 2016 at 5:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Hot Stone Foot Reflexology 30 Minutes PHP300

 

In this specialty massage, heated smoothed river stones are bathed in warm aromatherapy oil is used to allow a therapeutic effect for greater relaxation and sense of peace. Hot stones are used to penetrate the heat to specific areas on your hands and feet to melt muscle tension and relieve stress. It also increases circulation and oxygen flow to muscles, releases toxin, promotes energy and balance.

 

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