Facial Reflexology

Reflexology is more commonly associated with the feet and has been a well respected treatment for many years. Facial Reflexology is less well known but no less effective, so let me introduce you to this incredible treatment. Facial Reflexology is very gentle and the ultimate relaxation therapy whilst producing amazing and powerful healing.

Facial Reflexology is a healing method which involves applying pressure to specific points on the face which correspond to the related body part or organ. There are 57 points on the face, combinations of which are used during a session.

The face represents a map of the body, thus giving access to healing at all levels.

The type of Facial Reflexology which I practise is known as Dien Cham originating mainly from far eastern countries like Japan and China. The system was simplified in the 1980’s to make it more accessible to the main stream and becoming more popular in Europe.

Facial Reflexology Treatment involves:

  • Facial Massage to energise skin
  • Vitality points stimulated to clear energy blockages
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Scalp Massage
  • Stimulation of reflex points on face

A basic treatment covers all aspects of health in a general way, a bespoke treatment can be provided to target specific areas of concern.

Facial Reflexology can treat the following health issues:

  • Back Problems
  • Joint Problems
  • Skin Problems
  • Digestion
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Circulatory Problems
  • Respiratory Problems
  • And much more

Facial Reflexology involves deep relaxation whilst the facial points are stimulated creating a feeling of well being and peacefulness.

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