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May 06

Reflexology Chart of Foot | Foot Reflexology Chart

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.

There is no consensus as to which hand and foot should be taken first for giving pressure but one must have a Reflexology Chart in Hand in order get reference. A number of healers suggest that pressure can be started on any foot first, but it should be kept in mind that after finishing the pressure over feet, the pressure in hands should be given in same order with the help of Foot Reflexology Chart. This will help in maintaining the balanced flow of energy in the body. There is, however, no binding on the first priority given to feet or hands.

Reflexology Chart of the FootFoot Reflexology Chart

It is not necessary to apply pressure to feet as well as to hands at the same time. While some Reflexology therapists are of the view that pressure given in feet and hands simultaneously leads to better results, others hold that as hands and feet contain the identical reflex points, results can be obtained by applying pressure either in hands or in feet. There is no harm if hands and feet are treated during the same sitting.

All Reflexology therapists admit that reflex points in feet are spread over a larger area due to bigger size of feet in comparison to hands and can be easily located. As the hands remain occupied in different activities and the area of the reflex points in them is somewhat small in size, it requires more perfection and accuracy to find them out and give pressure. Results of Reflexology would be thus better if both hands and feet are treated in one sitting, giving more time to reflex points in feet.

Most of the Reflexology therapists are of the view that while giving pressure on the foot, it should be from top to bottom i.e. starting from tips of toes going down towards heels in feet, and from tips of fingers going towards wrists covering the whole of hands. This pressure should be applied either organ wise on the respective reflex points, or covering the pathways of all ten zones, five in right foot and five in left foot and likewise in hands.

Reflexology Chart of the Foot - Foot Reflexology ChartReflexology Chart of the Foot

A number of Reflexology therapists also recommend that while giving pressure horizontally, it should be from outer side to inner side (same procedure in hands and feet), as it will facilitate easy elimination of toxins from the body. They argue that if the direction is reversed i.e. from inner side to outer side, the crushed toxins will move to the extreme ends of hands and feet making it difficult to be flushed out by the main stream of blood. That is the reason Reflexology Chart of the Foot plays an important role. Some therapists, however, are not convinced by this theory. They are of the view that once the toxins are crushed into microscopic pieces, these will definitely go out of the body because there are many channels and systems in the body to push them out.

In order to derive maximum benefit from this system, it is better to give pressure from top to bottom in feet and hands as well. If pressure is to be applied on the whole area in feet and hands, then horizontal line of action can be adopted. Otherwise the therapist should himself decide the procedure to be adopted according to the disease, time factor and emergency, if any, in handling the case.

To make Reflexology work for anyone, one should study the details of Reflexology Foot Chart. This is given in the Reflexology Ebook which has all the Reflexology Chart of the foot and hand, tools, methods and details about the process and techniques involved in giving pressure on the foot.

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  1. Angela

    I am very interested in reflexology. I’m convinced that it works. Just applied pressure to my thumbs and great toe to see if twitching in mt lowere back would stop. Bingo it did. Thank you very much.

    1. Blogger

      Hello Angela..
      Reflexology is a slow process and it can be very helpful if you use it on a regular basis. It has no side effects.
      I am happy that it helped you.

  2. lyn alondres

    i like foot reflexology chart

    1. Blogger

      Thanks a lot Lyn

  3. pam smith

    hi i was wondering please how i could poosibly obtain a copy of the first chart on this page? i have never seen such a clear guide as this.
    kindest regards pam

    1. Blogger

      Hi Pam
      The charts of bigger size are only available in the ebook. You can only see the basic small image on the website.

  4. Tori

    Hi, I have a chronic foot pain that I can t walk for more than half hour , I ve been through everything u can possibly imagine for more than two years , I feel like this is my last chance to figure out what I have since my doct can t see what s wrong with me ,,,so plz tell me how to practice or if there s a place to go to , I wlll, thx a lot

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