Over the last five decades I have pursued my mission of making the science of Reflexology understood, appreciated and available around the world. I wrote the best-selling book on how to use Reflexology for a wide variety of people and conditions. I have worked with thousands of clients and have trained thousands of Reflexologists in my Holistic Method of Foot, Hand, Ear and Face Reflexology, which focuses on profound relaxation to facilitate healing – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Why focus on “profound relaxation”? Stress is the major cause of illness, as the American Heart Association explains in “How Does Stress Affect You”:
43% of adults suffer adverse health effects from stress.
75% to 90% of all doctor’s office visits are for stress-related ailments.
Stress very often plays a part in headaches, high blood pressure, heart problems, diabetes, skin conditions, asthma, arthritis, depression, and anxiety.
OSHA has declared stress a hazard of the workplace. Stress costs American industry more than $500 billion annually.
By releasing stress, our bodies, and our minds, can begin the healing process. I have received hundreds of testimonials from clients and graduates of my certification programs, serving witness to the power of
Reflexology to promote better health and well-being. Just one powerful example:
“My sister was in a near fatal accident and was placed in intensive care, in a coma and on a respirator. The doctors did not know if she would survive or come out of the coma. They told me that if she did, she would probably have to stay on the respirator. I happened to have bought your book, and I worked faithfully on my sister’s feet every day, if only for a few minutes. My sister did come out of the coma – and I’m writing now because they took her off the respirator today.”
While I could quote many more testimonials, there is substantial scientific evidence supporting Reflexology’s effectiveness. Here are just some of the conditions where studies continue to demonstrate Reflexology’s effectiveness and therapeutic benefits:
As the evidence continues to grow, Reflexology is gaining more and more recognition throughout the medical community. Well-respected doctors and surgeons report how valuable Reflexology is for treating their patients in conjunction with traditional medicine.
So, does Reflexology really work? Based on the hundreds of testimonials I have received, combined with the many studies demonstrating the effectiveness of Reflexology across a broad range of conditions, plus the growing support within the medical community, the answer is a resounding “Yes!”