| Reflexology is a method of affecting the internal organs and systems of the body by applying pressure to specific points on the hands, ears, or feet. It differs from an ordinary foot massage in that rather than just working on the muscles, tendons, facia and circulation, it actually addresses other areas of the body. I generally like to combine reflexology with a regular foot massage, as reflexology can be a bit 'pokey,' and people often like to have a bit of 'feel-good' stuff mixed in.
Here is a foot massage chart that you can use as a guide for determining which areas of the feet to work. Below are some links to other reflexology charts, including a reflexology hand chart and an ear reflexology chart / ear reflexology map, and also a foot massage video.
Use This Foot Reflexology Diagram to Determine Which Areas to Work.
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Little Epiphany Reflexology Chart by Stacy Simone is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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There are many places on the web where you can find free foot reflexology charts. Here are a few places to look:
Click here for a foot reflexology chart by Bill Flocco
Click here for a few more reflexology charts
Click here for Bill Flucco's Reflexology Hand Chart
Here is a link to an ear reflexology map by Bill Flucco.
Here Is a Short Video Clip to Help You Learn Some Techniques of Foot Reflexology. Courtesy of Massageclips.com