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Holistic Therapies – Reflexology – Aromatherapy - Swedish Body Massage – Indian Head Massage – Waxing – Hot Stone Therapy – Ear Candling – Counselling
Holistic Therapies – Reflexology – Aromatherapy - Swedish Body Massage – Indian Head Massage – Waxing – Hot Stone Therapy – Ear Candling – Counselling

Reflexology

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Reflexology: The world in which we live has changed the day to day experience of life, with ever increasing levels of stress, it is now more important than ever before you take more responsibility for your own wellbeing. Reflexology can help you to cope on a physical, mental and emotional level thereby encouraging you to heal and maintain health in all areas of your life.

It would be true to say many people use reflexology as a way of relaxing the mind and body in the quest to alleviate or counteract stress. It is also true to say that many doctors, consultants and other health care professionals recognise reflexology as a well established, respected and effective therapy. However, reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe.

One of the wonderful things about reflexology is that it is suitable for all ages. Many people have said it has brought them relief from a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.

As with all the therapies on offer, regardless what therapy you choose. It will be a truly holistic experience with Hazy Dayz Therapies, enabling you to experience complete relaxation in the stress free calm environment of your own home.

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An example of a reflexology chart, demonstrating the areas of the feet & hands that practitioners believe correspond with organs in the "zones" of the body.

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History

Reflexology was introduced to the United States in 1913 by William H. Fitzgerald, M.D. (1872–1942), an ear, nose, and throat specialist, and Dr. Edwin Bowers. Fitzgerald claimed that applying pressure had an anesthetic effect on other areas of the body.

Reflexology was modified in the 1930s and 1940s by Eunice D. Ingham (1889–1974), a nurse and physiotherapist. Ingham claimed that the feet and hands were especially sensitive, and mapped the entire body into "reflexes" on the feet renaming "zone therapy" to reflexology. Ingham's theories are prominent in the United States and United Kingdom, although modern methods also exist.

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