What is REFLEXOLOGY?

Reflexology is the study of reflexes.

Reflexology therapies are natural therapeutic methods that are derived from this study, based on the principle that there are reflexes in the body that map to other parts, glands, and organs of the body. Through the application of pressure on these reflexes, reflexology therapy can:

Relieve tension

Improve circulation

Support the body's effort to function optimally

Reflexology helps to manage many common ailments such as:

  • Musculoskeletal pain
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Hormonal & digestive issues
  • And so much more

Unlike other therapies which manipulate bones or muscle tissues, Reflexology can provide much needed relief through working the body reflex that ails you on a part of the body that does not.

How can Reflexology help you?

The body has the ability to heal itself. Following illness, stress, injury or disease, it is in a state of “imbalance” and vital body systems can be blocked, preventing the body from functioning optimally. Reflexology can be used to restore and maintain the body’s natural balance and facilitate healing. For each person, the application and the effect of the therapy are unique. Sensitive, trained hands can detect tiny deposits and imbalances and by working on these points, the Reflexology Therapist can release these blockages.

Reflexology is one of the safest and least invasive complementary therapeutic practices available. You don’t have to remove your clothing and it treats the entire body!

Reduced stress

Improved relaxation

Released tension

Decreased pain

Improved body function

Enhanced wellness

Increased strength

Increased range of motion

Why I am becoming a REGISTERED CANADIAN REFLEXOLOGY THERAPIST (RCRT™)

 

A Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist (RCRT™) is a professional reflexology therapist who has been properly trained in the techniques of reflexology and/or specialized protocols.

RCRT™s are subject to the highest level of competency through professional level of training and continuing education and are working within RAC’s Standard of Practice and professional Code of Conduct.

The Association ensures that all professionals who bear the federally-trademarked designation of RCRT™, abide by these procedures. In this aim, we are protecting the profession as well as the public’s interest and safety.

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