Dec 23

Chart of Reflexology| Reflexology Chart

Reflexology is a marvelous system, simple to understand and easy to practice. It is highly effective, completely safe and absolutely scientific. But to use Reflexology effectively it is very important firstly to understand the Chart of Reflexology and Reflexology diagrams. The reason for that is it is on those Reflexology charts that you will find information about the Reflex points. These Reflex points when given the correct amount of pressure and on the correct point will help in curing the problem related to the body. The Chart of Reflexology of the hand and foot given below are just sample charts. The Reflexology Ebook has detailed HQ charts which outlines the reflex points in detail. 

In this Reflexology post, we have included the Reflexology chart of hand and Reflexology chart of the foot. As you can see the Reflexology chart of the Hand has different reflex points on the palm. This includes reflex points on the tip of the fingers which relate to sinuses and reflex points on the thumb which relate to the brain. Other than that there are different reflex points on the palm of the hand which relate to different organs of the body like stomach, liver, ear, shoulder, eye, heart, bladder, uterus, prostate, testis, ovary, kidney, penis, spinal cord, intestines, pancreas and many more.

Reflexology Chart of the HandReflexology Chart of the Hand

Reflexology by understanding the theory of ten invisible zones in the body, location of various reflex points in hands, feet and other parts of the body and the technique of applying pressure on these points. Just like the Reflexology chart of the hand, we have included the Reflexology chart of the foot. The reflex points on the toes relate to the different problems related to the brain, eye, ear and neck. The rest of the foot has pressure points for lungs, liver, stomach, nose, thyroid, gall bladder, kidney, transverse colon, ascending colon, intestines, bladder, appendix, sciatic nerve, sex organs, spine and much more.

Reflexology Chart of the Foot Reflexology Chart of the Foot

The best thing being, Reflexology treatment can be between two people of any sex and age – men, women, babies, children, young and old, anywhere and at any time. There is nothing to lose but much to gain from this therapy. It is also important to understand the relationship of a hand or foot to the rest of the body.The Reflexology chart given below shows that how referral areas are related to different part of the body. These referral areas outlines very briefly about the different organs of the body.

Reflexology Diagram

To make the best use of reflexology techniques and to know more about reflexology, it is very important to understand the chart of reflexology. Reflexology Charts clearly reflect the whole body parts according to the reflex points. Therefore a massage therapist or a Reflexology should understand these Reflexology charts in detail before practicing Reflexology. In order to gain more knowledge about the methods,tools, techniques and a complete understand of Reflexology, we have complied a Reflexology Ebook which will help in understanding these things very easily. This Ebook includes Detailed Charts (HQ) explain the reflex Centers on our hand, feet and the body, Special Figures, Charts and diagrams available related only to a certain disease and Detailed explanation of techniques, methods, steps and tools used in order to cure a certain disease.

To find the details of the charts and if you wish to view them in HQ which explains the reflex centers on our hand and feet, please buy the Reflexology ebook.


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  1. analisa Caceres Rediga

    do i save this part, thanks and more power

  2. NURUL

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    May I have some literature, journal, publications, printed materials by e-mail with some clear and larger photo/ sketch/ dawing of human palm, back of palm, foot and other important body diagram so that I may have some knowledge about reflexology?

    Would you please send through my e-mail addres?

    Thanks and best regards,
    Nurul Alam
    Mobile: 00 880 1752458 446

    1. Blogger

      Dear Nurul
      Thank you very much for your interest in the Reflexology Program. Whatever is available is given on the website itself. There are charts, figures and content. If you wish to get more information about the Reflexology program, i recommend you to buy our Ebook. It includes all the charts, methods and the ways to solve various problems through reflexology. A free chapter on eye is also given on the website. Please check that out in order to get the idea how the ebook is compiled.
      Reflexology Team

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