At a spa in Boston you might find a massage therapist who specializes in reflexology. Your body has circuits that run through it in an orderly way which energy flows through. End points of these circuits show up in the feet, on the ears and on the hands. A reflexologist is trained to access these points to remove blocks from the circuits so that your energies can flow as they should. The blocks act as dams and can stop or impede the flow of energy to anywhere in your body. When these blocks occur your body is out of balance and you can experience aches and pains as well as long terms issues that can eventually become serious. It is believed that all physical manifestations of illness or disease started energetically somewhere in your body.
A Typical Session
At a reflexology session, the therapist will listen to your expectations and concerns. They will give you some feedback as to how reflexology can work with your specific issues. You will be seated in a comfortable chair with your feet accessible to the therapist who sits on a stool or wherever he or she is comfortable. Some therapists use oils and some do not. It will depend on your level of comfort as they massage, compress, stretch, twist, thumb walk, rotate, and make your feet feel very relaxed and you might even hear them say, “Ahhhhhh”.
Neck and Digestive Helps
The base of the big toe represents the neck and if you hold a lot of stress and tightness in your shoulders, your neck will be stressed and tight too. Working around the base of both big toes and the ball of each foot you should feel some release of the tightness in your neck. Your instep is where the small intestine points reside and if you have some digestion problems you might want him or her to stimulate that area. The large intestine is found outlining the instep and center of the foot. Stimulating the large intestine will help you if you are constipated. Find a good reflexologist at a spa in Boston and get those circuits flowing as they should be and you should eventually or immediately notice a big difference in your general well-being.
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