Reflexology of foot plays a very important role in curing a disease. Similarly Reflexology Foot chart is something everyone needs and consider when applying Reflexology techniques. Without the Foot Reflexology Chart, one just cannot understand and see where the Reflex points are and where one should give pressure.
For the proper diagnosis of many diseases and their treatment through Reflexology, it is very important that one must have basic knowledge about the working of the body, the position of various organs in the body and their function, understanding of zone therapy and location of numerous reflex points in hands, feet and other parts of the body.
There is another important factor to remember in the context of reflex points and Reflexology maps. It is the principle of zone therapy that all those organs which fall in a particular zone in the body, their reflex points in hands and feet will also become tender if any organ in that zone becomes sick, because they are linked with the same life force current.
Reflexology is a scientific and perfect system of treatment but like all other established medical systems, Reflexology too has its limitations. It has wonderful diagnostic peculiarities. Just by pressing various reflex areas, one can detect which organ is not functioning properly or where the problem lies. It is very important for a reflexology therapist to understand where the problem lies in the body. Therefore Reflexology Diagrams always play an essential role in guiding the therapist to correct points and in curing the disease. In this post we are covering the reflexology diagram of the foot and reflexology diagram of the hand. The diagram given below will show you the Reflex Areas on the whole body.
I always believe that there has to be some sort of a discipline or a regularity while a Reflexologist is treating a patient. The courses for Reflexology should depend on the problem of the patient. For Reflexology to work properly and to show its effect it is important that one should do it on a regular basis depending on what kind of disease/problem a patient has. For example if a patient has a problem in their abdomen, the Reflexologist might suggest 3-4 sittings in a week. But if the patient is just going to the Reflexologist once a week, the chances are he or she might not be cured. To have a true effect of the medicine it has to be taken on a regular basis as instructed by your Reflexologist.
As we know that there are reflex points on our hand and feet. But to get desired results, it is imperative that one must possess the basic knowledge of the position of various organs in the body. A number of drawings inserted in the beginning of the book give approximate location of the organs in the body and their reflex points in hands and feet.