Finding balance and stillness in you day.
"I am committed to Reflexology with Jinah as essential to my healing and restorative practice and I am grateful that she has opened my eyes to this life changing method."
— Juan Michael, Performer/Educator
"My goal is to assist you in finding balance and a sense of stillness in your life by decreasing your stress and promoting good health by increasing blood circulation."
What is Reflexology?
Reflexology is a science that deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hand, which correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. Stimulating these reflexes properly can help many health problems in a natural way, a type of preventative maintenance. Reflexology is a serious advance in the health field and should not be confused with massage.
What does Reflexology do?
The Ingham Method of reflexology is used primarily for relaxing tension. Doctors agree that over 75% of our health problems can be linked to nervous stress and tension. Reflexology improves nerve and blood supply consequently helping nature to normalize the body.
Can Reflexology make a condition worse?
This offering is currently unavailable due to the pandemic.
No, it will not make a condition worse. Reflexology helps to normalize body functions. A reflexology session relaxes the stress that can affect your health. It is a safe effective way to better health.
What equipment is used?
Only the hands are used, making it a safe, simple, yet effective method without the use of gadgets. I let my fingers do the walking!
A little history behind Reflexology
Our Mind is a Powerful Tool
"There is not an organ in the body that is not affected by the mind. Every thought we think either has a constructive or destructive reaction on the chemical content of our blood stream. We cannot let thoughts of fear, worry, anxiety, or grief overcome us without increasing the acidity of our bloodstream. Worry is a magnified form of fear, an idea by which we torment ourselves."
- Eunice D. Ingham
The idea of reflexology is not new. It was practiced as early as 2330 B.C. by Egyptian culture. Reflexology as we know it today was first researched and developed by Eunice Ingham, the pioneer in this field. Her first book was published in 1938 with classes conducted since 1942
Information taken from The International Institute of Reflexology and The Original Works of Eunice D. Ingham