Reflexology, or zone therapy, is the practice of stimulating points on the feet, hands and ears, in the belief it will have a beneficial effect on some other parts of the body, or will improve general health.
Reflexology resources in the Madison Area
- Body In Balance -
Body In Balance offers a wide variety of therapies for you to choose from
including Massage, CranioSacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Somatic Movement Therapy, LaStone, Aromatherapy,
Raindrop therapy, Reiki,
Reflexology & Chair Massage.
- East-West Healing Arts Institute, Inc. - Teaches both Eastern and Western massage modalities, including TuiNa, foot and hand reflexology, JinShinDo and polarity therapy.
Other Selected Web Sites
- Home of Reflexology - This website is created by the Association of Reflexologists and
provides reflexology information and contacts for the general public.
- Reflexology World - Reflexology World is a magazine that is available only
by subscription. Each issue is approximately 32 pages in length and articles include case studies,
research articles, interviews with fellow reflexologists, conference reports, new techniques,
business management, book reviews, upcoming events, news and much more.
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|Acupuncture for Beginners|
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|Qigong form of T'ai Chi Benefits Seniors|
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|Therapy to Benefits updated|
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|3 tips for Heart Health|
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|Dr. Weil and Complementary Medicine|
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|Women's Health Alternatives--updated|
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|Alternative Health, Natural solutions from Outside the Box|
An interactive and ongoing alternative health search for uncommon answers to common health issues. Information gathered from many sources is offered up in an engaging, reader-friendly style.
|Contribute To Healthy Alternative Solutions|
Would you like to share your knowledge about healthy alternative solutions? Great, find out how you can submit your story or tip here.
|Alternative Health Research - updated|
Sources and statistics on research and studies documenting the effectiveness of complementary and alternative therapies. Links for more information.
|Alternative Therapies for Trauma Victims; Research by Univ. of Maryland Med Cntr|
Shock Trauma Center's doctors, nurses and researchers test three alternative therapies for pain management: reiki, acupuncture and music therapy.
|A Balanced Exercise Routine in Four Components|
Balanced Exercise Routine in four easy-to-understand parts. Mayo Clinic's recommendations, plus ideas on how to fit into your week and into your budget.
|Articles on the Latest Alternative and Complementary Health Options|
Your guide to articles on alternative and complementary health; updated when I find new and useful information!
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