When you’re anxious, fatigued, can’t fall asleep or suffering from hot flashes, you probably don’t look to the soles of your feet for relief...
You also, most likely, don’t look to those soles to revitalize your spiritual soul either.
Unless of course, you’re schooled in the ancient healing art of Chinese reflexology.
Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure and massage to specific points and areas on the feet, hands or ears.
These “reflex” points are viewed as corresponding to different body organs and systems, and by pressing them, there’s a beneficial effect on your health. For example, there are specific areas on your left hand that when massaged correctly can aid with your digestion.
Traditional Chinese reflexology, as compared to Western reflexology, includes an expanded perspective: reflex points are viewed as also being linked to the body’s meridians — your vital energy pathways to your organs and body systems — AND as a means for harmonizing your qi or life force energy.
For women, there are specific reflex points that when pressed or massaged correctly, can help you dissipate energy blocks to balance hormones, curb insomnia, and diminish monthly cramps and headaches.
There are even points that can be stimulated to deter weight gain and to encourage a more consistent and deeper mind-body-spirit connection.
Using this practical, hands-on modality provides relief by harmonizing and clearing energy imbalances, such as stress, worry, anger and fear, allowing stuck energy to flow the way it’s intended to.
It can also boost your flow of qi, increasing your body’s resilience, and help you feel calmer and more productive — even slow down aging.
Chinese reflexology provides a simple path from powerlessness to taking charge of your body, mind, heart, and spirit.
AND, as you might have guessed, or already knew, reflexology and acupressure points correspond to the meridians used in acupuncture.
One of the major differences is, however, that YOU can easily administer reflexology on yourself wherever you are and whenever you need it — before takeoff in a plane, at your desk before an important meeting or in the middle of the night when you can’t fall asleep.
There are certain things you need to know though, because if you start to press on particular points willy-nilly — such as the one that corresponds with your liver — depending on your health, you could cause too intense or quick a change in this organ’s energy flow. There are also several reflex points you need to stay away from if you’re pregnant.
That’s why it’s important to learn reflexology from an expert.
In this exciting hour with traditional Chinese reflexologist and Dragon Spirit guide Holly Tse, you’ll discover reflexology points important to women’s health and wellbeing as well as tips on how to use this do-it-yourself modality safely and effectively.
During this vitality-enhancing 60-minute online event, you’ll discover:
If you’ve been looking for a simple, quick way to beneficially shift your health, wellbeing, and happiness — and even feed your soul — Holly offers a no-nonsense approach to Chinese reflexology with self-empowering ways to help you heal and live your life with the energy and vitality you crave.
During this powerful online event, you’ll also have a chance to hear about an exciting upcoming 7-week program with Holly in which you’ll be further empowered to use Chinese reflexology as “medicine” to harmonize your body, mind, and spirit.
You’ll also learn a bit about how to connect with your Dragon Spirit — the emotional and soul-full aspects of your qi — and boost your energy levels by releasing fear and worry to reignite your sense of adventure and passion for life.
My husband has been struggling with chronic pain for 7 years. For over a year he was too sick to work and needed to go on disability... One day he was home sick from work and in too much pain to even get out of bed. I decided to rub his feet and stumbled on [Holly’s] site with directions on where to rub specifically and how. It cut his pain in more than half! For the last 3 weeks I have been using reflexology specifically for migraine and it has been his best 3 weeks in the last 7 years.
Holly is amazing!! She helped me with my baby girl when she was having sinus issues — tons of mucous and was very stuffed up and uncomfortable. My baby was 4-9 months old, when this issue kept reoccurring. Holly showed me where to apply acupressure techniques, and how often, and suggested that I try to do it when I can – approximately 4x a day – but not to the point that I would aggravate my baby. TWO days later, her sinuses were cleared! She’s completely healed and it has not reoccurred again. I keep using the techniques that Holly taught me, randomly, as a preventative.
Since yesterday I had been struggling to control my migraine which was getting unbearable. Your technique helped me control it by 95% in 15 minutes. Thank you and God bless you.
I reflected earlier this afternoon that this course is one of THE very best things I’ve done for my health in a couple years. I hope lots of other people in this and the other courses you teach tell you what you’ve brought to their lives. This is life-changing.
Holly Tse is a former high-tech worker turned Chinese reflexologist, holistic healer, teacher, Hay House author, and Dragon Spirit guide. She is the founder of ChineseFootReflexology.com, the premier English language website on Chinese reflexology with readers from over 200 countries worldwide.
Holly studied at Five Branches University, completing the Asian Massage and Bodywork Program and two years of the master’s program in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She learned traditional Chinese reflexology from Dr. Gilbert Tay, a traditional Chinese medicine doctor and founder of the particular approach Holly uses.
As a Dragon Spirit guide, Holly helps others tune into their vibrational energies to connect with the greater life force energy around them so they can integrate this important component into their use of Chinese reflexology. A combined modality and brand unique to Holly, this approach accelerates balance and healing by aiding in the release of negative emotions and subconscious thoughts held in the body.