Are you stressed out and looking for a natural way to decompress? If you haven’t been feeling like yourself, then it’s time to take some steps to improve your health and wellness by trying foot zoning therapy.
Foot zone therapy was used in ancient China and is over 5,000 years old. It helps relieve pain, tension, and stress and puts your mind and body back into balance.
Keep reading this guide to learn all about foot zoning and how it can benefit your life!
What Is Foot Zoning?
Foot zoning is a type of holistic medicine that involves using pressure and other techniques on specific areas of your foot.
When this pressure is applied to your foot, it stimulates nerve pathways to send signals to organs and tissues in your body. These signals balance energy blockages and help restore and repair your body. Areas of puffiness or discoloration indicate where these blockages are located.
Foot zoning is an amazing overall body detox that approaches the body as a whole instead of focusing on one body part or a specific illness.
Benefits of Foot Zoning
While foot zoning doesn’t take the place of traditional medical treatments, it can be used as a complementary treatment to reduce illness symptoms and improve mental wellness. Reported benefits include:
- Improves sleep
- Increases joint mobility
- Improves balance
- Decreases stress and improve mental health
- Relieves pain and inflammation
- Boots energy
- Improves digestion
Many people also report they can achieve deeper states of relaxation and better emotional stability. It also helps relieve migraine headaches and PMS symptoms.
What Happens During a Foot Zoning Session?
First, your foot zone practitioner will discuss the techniques you’ll be receiving so you understand what is happening during the session.
Your practitioner will use their hands, fingertips, and knuckles to stimulate the signals on your foot. Some practitioners use larger gemstones for the bottom of the feet and gemstone wands to focus on a precise area.
Foot zoning sessions usually feel very relaxing, but you may feel some tenderness or discomfort at first if you have large energy blocks. A typical session lasts from 45 minutes to an hour, depending on your overall health condition and the energy work that’s needed.
Choosing a Foot Zone Practitioner
Each foot zone practitioner has a unique style and technique, and it may take a few different sessions to find a practitioner that feels right for you.
You should also look for a practitioner who has completed a foot zone therapy training program and has a certification from a reputable school. You’ll also want to find out how long they’ve been practicing foot zone therapy and how much they charge for each session.
An established foot zoning practitioner should have a website where you can check out reviews, services, and biographical information.
Foot Zoning for Health and Wellness
Foot zoning can improve your health and wellness and change your life. It’s time to book a foot zoning appointment to see what it can do for you.
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