Conscious Living Reflexology
Foot And Hand Reflexology
“The treatment was great. Very relaxing and calming. And personalized. “
In your reflexology session, which can be 30-60 minutes of hands on detailed work, you will enjoy the feeling of your feet and hands release the tension that is carried in both of these areas. You take in the world, express yourself, navigate your world, carry every aspect of your life in your hands and your feet. When walking becomes difficult, working on your computer, or doing simple tasks becomes a challenge, reflexology is an amazing practice that can provide you with the sensation of freedom from tension that you’ve been holding on to for years.
Reflexology Massage Fusion
“Thank you Emily! My experience in your care and intuitive session was an amazing experience. You are a gifted healer.”
Receiving massage is wonderful in itself. How many times have you wished that you could have just a little more time on your hands or your feet? I have a number of clients that have never let anyone touch their feet, and we’ve worked together to address this challenge and they have found a love for foot work. I also have a number of clients that specifically ask for additional time on either their hands or feet, turning a 60 minute massage into 90 minutes with the additional time on their hard working hands and/or feet.
Fusing reflexology with your massage can increase your sense of vitality and energy when you leave your massage session. Invigorating these areas of your body leave you more able to accomplish tasks and approach your life with a new spring in your step.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my experience with you, Emily! I look forward to coming back again. The room was comfortable, you kept me informed and it was overall a really great experience. Thank you so much.”
When first learning Craniosacral Therapy, I was curious if I could “sense/feel” the rhythm of the cerebrospinal fluid through the reflexology points. I was shocked when in one session when working with my client we were able to work from a CST standpoint the reflexology points of their body. They were able to feel similar shifts in their body that they would during a typical CST session while I was at their feet.
This is one way we can fuse CST work and Reflexology. Most clients request a blended session where I spend a portion of time doing CST work and the rest of the time doing structural reflexology to aid in maintaining mobility in their feet or hands.
How do you like your fusion? Schedule today so we can find out together which modalities work best for you!