Posted on April 24 2015
So if you've heard the term foot reflexology being bounced around and are way too lazy to actually find out what it means - no stress!
You clicked the link to this blog and you've done enough for the day!
We'll tell you all you need to know about foot reflexology in five minutes flat.
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What it is: In layman terms, it is a foot massage.
It's a foot massage? Why is it called reflexology then?
No, they didn't add a fancy term just to make themselves sound intelligent. The theory behind this is that there are “reflex” areas on the feet and hands that correspond to specific areas in your body.
Applying pressure to these areas relieves tension, improves circulation and promotes the natural function of those body parts.
Oh, now I get it. But why should I bother? I feel like I'm good!
Yes, you are good, your body seems fine but a little bit of relaxation never hurt anyone.
Reflexology promotes relaxtion, improves circulation, soothes your tired feet and is good for over all healing. Why not, right?
How long is the session?
A typical treatment is about half an hour to an hour long. Your consultant will most likely recommend a suitable time period after assessing your feet, your lifestyle and any problem areas you may discuss.
But I'm ticklish and laugh like a fool when my feet are touched.
Haha, you're such a cutie. Don't worry about that here.
You won't come close to kicking your reflexologist in the face cause unlike a regular massage, reflexology is about applying firm pressure to your feet.
And there you have it! Head over to your closest O2 salon with your complementary MSM Box voucher to get Rs 449 off a foot reflexology session NOW!