New Advertiser Brings Balance Achieved Through Reflexology
Stress. We all deal with it. We seem to manufacture it at times. And we’d all be happy if it could magically just go away. Stress can also lead to other health problems.
Well, we’ve got aÂ new advertiser and reflexology practitioner right hereÂ in the Highline area that specializes in stess reduction among other things. Â That’s Lorri Angus, reflexologist extraordinaire and owner of Inner Balance Holistic. Â I had the opportunity to receive one of her special reflexology sessions recently and it was wonderful.
I’ve had reflexology some years ago so I knew what to expect, but I wasn’t expecting the treatment I got from Lorri. She ‘warmed me up’ by working on my ears, which sent energy flowing throughout my body. Then the feet. Ahhh, it was magical. I knew enough about the reflexology session to know it’s not a simple foot rub or foot massage.I knew that she would be working to stimulate the reflex points and zones within my entire body. When Lorri was done, my longtime shoulder ache had disappeared. Also I was sneezing and coughing as those pesky little toxins were moving about my body.
Lorri tells us that although working on the feet, “reflexology works on the whole individual–physical, mental, emotional–balancing out the whole body and allowing it to heal.”
Lorri’s available for sessions in her Normandy Park studio afternoons and evenings by appointment.Â You’ll find her at 19655 1st Ave. S. #209 (right above Companion Animal Medical), at 206-219-6411 or [email protected].
According to Lorri, Reflexology has been shown to be effective for:
- Back Pain
- Sleep disorders
- Hormonal imbalance
- Sports injuries
- Digestive disorders
- Stress related conditions
If your 2010 resolutions include feeling better naturally, you should give Lorri a call. She’d be glad to share the benefits of reflexology with you. Prices start as low as $35 ((1/2 hour session), and long-term packages are available.
According to www.innerbalanceholistic.com, here’s a brief overview of reflexology:
The art of reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China. It was introduced to the West as ‘zone therapy’ in 1913 by Dr. William Fitzgerald who noted that reflex areas on the feet and hands are linkedÂ to other areas of the body within the same zone. In the 30’s Eunice Ingham further developed this zone theory into what is now known as reflexology. She observed that congestion or tension in any part of the foot is mirrored in the corresponding part of the body.
Reflexology is a complementary therapy which works on the feet to help to heal the whole person, not just the prevailing symptoms. It can be used to help restore and maintain the body’s natural equilibrium, this gentle therapy helps the body to work naturally to restore its own healthy balance.
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