I have training in:
and those are the kinds of reflexology I offer at Holibrium.
During a foot, face or hand reflexology session, the therapist
makes sure the client is comfortable and music might be played
in the background.
During a foot reflexology session, the therapist works in front of
the client who is lying on a coach or reclining in a chair.
In foot reflexology, the structures and organs of the body are mapped on the feet and located
via a system of horizontal and vertical zones.
Reflex points are worked on the soles of the feet, the top of the feet as well
as the lower legs, depending on the technique(s) used. Depending
on the information given at the beginning of your session, one method or
a combination of methods will be used.
a full foot reflexology session
foot reflexology combined with a stress face reflexology
foot reflexology combined with hand reflexology
a foot, face and hand reflexology session
Face or facial reflexology is a kind of reflexology that involves working on reflex
points on the face with the therapist working behind the client.
In face reflexology the structures and organs of the body are imposed on the face.
The Bergman method, devised by Ziggie Bergman is based on the Zone therapy by Dr William Fitzgerald.
Face reflexology has unique benefits: it promotes the production of new skin tissues
and improves skin tone. Hence, it makes you look better and gives a healthy glow.
a full facial reflexology sequence
a stress sequence combined with foot reflexology
a stress sequence combined with hand reflexology
a face, foot and hand reflexology session
a face session as part of a Zone Face Lift session
Hand reflexology is a kind of reflexology performed on the palms
and backs of the hands.
It is pleasant, deeply relaxing and effective. It can be more convenient than foot
and face reflexology.
It also suits better if you do not like your feet touched, you are ticklish,
you have very sweaty feet, you have sores on your feet and legs, you have broken
your feet or legs, you have lost a limb.
During hand reflexology, the client sits back in a reclining chair. The therapist sits
either diagonally opposite the client or opposite one another.
Hand reflexology has a positive effect on conditions that affect the hands and wrists: for
example, it is known to alleviate discomfort and pain with
carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive strain injury, arthritis. It may help overused and tired
hands; it may also help recover from a hand injury, maintaining dexterity in hand, etc.
Self-help is usually performed on the hands. Your reflexologist might suggest
reflex points for you to work on in between sessions. This ensures you get the most
out of your sessions and allows you to be a part in your own health.
a full hand reflexology sequence
face reflexology combined with a stress face sequence
hand reflexology combined with foot reflexology
a hand, foot and face reflexology session