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If you're feeling overly stressed and overwhelmed, but the things that normally help alleviate those feelings aren't doing the trick, I have an option for you. Reflexology, the art of using pressure points to cure things within the body, is believed to promote a strong sense of calm, inner serenity, and even reduce symptoms of some illnesses and diseases. Reflexology in Dallas is offered at a number of different massage parlors and health clinics. Services vary from foot reflexology, hand reflexology, and even ear reflexology.

What Exactly Is Reflexology?

Reflexology is when a massage therapist applies pressure to the pressure points in the hands and feet to release toxins in different parts of the body. The theory is that different parts of the hands and feet correspond to different areas of the body. This is typically offered by chiropractors, massage therapists, and sometimes other doctors. 

How Do I Book An Appointment?

Booking an appointment online has never been easier than it is now. Thanks to the free and easy-to-use website, you can check out your options without making and phonecalls. After simply entering the service you are looking for and your location, will bring up results that are filtered by top ratings and customer reviews.  Then, you can choose which location suits you the best. Reflexology in Dallas is offered at a number of locations, and is just the tool you need to narrow down the right location. 

Reflexology Near Me

Finding a reflexology clinic near you should be an easy task. The practice is offered by many massage parlors and other health clinics in Dallas.

How Much Does It Cost?

A reflexology session in Dallas starts at about $50 for 50 minutes. Another Booksy recommended location advertises a 50 minute session beginning at $55. There are a few other locations that do not have prices listed, but a deeper look into their website or a phonecall will give you an estimate. 

History of Reflexology

Reflexology has been around for an incredibly long time. A Chinese book of medicine written around 1000 B.C. references foot reflexology. It is believed that this was translated into Italian by Marco Polo in the 1300s. 

Reflexology was introduced to the United States in 1917 by William H. Fitzgerald. 

It is believed that the concept of reflexology was passed down through word of mouth from the Egyptians, starting as early as 2330 B.C.

In addition to hand and foot reflexology, in 1957 Dr. Paul Nogier discovered that there are similar pressure points in the ear. He then devised a map for ear reflexology that is still being taught today.

What should I Expect From My Appointment?

Your reflexologist will go over your medical history with you so that they can pinpoint your needs and frame the appointment around what will be best for you. Then, you will lay down on a massage table or chair, and remove your shoes and socks.  They will then sanitize your feet, and begin your appointment. They will start pressing and massaging points on your hands, feet, and/or ears to release blockages and tightness. This should be a calming and relaxing process where you are able to mentally check out and make the most of your session. The pressure may be a bit uncomfortable at times. There are a variety of symptoms you may experience, from excessive sweating to an increase in emotions. You will be directed to stay hydrated and relax for the remainder of your day.

How Often Should I Schedule A Reflexology Appointment?

This depends on what conditions you are aiming to treat. It's generally recommended that you visit your reflexologist frequently at the beginning of your treatment, as often as weekly for the first several sessions. After that, you can space your appointments out further.

What Does Reflexology Treat?

Reflexology can help treat a myriad of different conditions. Small scale, it can treat things such as clearing sinuses, boosting the immune system, aiding fertility, and improving digestion. On a larger scale, reflexology can treat things like improving the nervous and circulatory system, diabetes, fighting cancer and more. It is a great option for anyone, as you don't know exactly how much better it can make you feel until you try it.