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Reflexology by understanding the theory of ten invisible zones in the body, location of various reflex points in hands, feet and other parts of the body and the technique of applying pressure on these points.

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Many people have heard of reflexology where the systems of the entire body is represented on thebottom of the feet or hands, auriculotherapy is very much the same. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) the outer part of the ear, the auricle, views the entire body and organ systems in an upside down fetus representation.

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Foot Reflexology. Massage the part of your foot that corresponds to the part of your body that hurts and it will slowly reduce and eventually get rid of pain. Helps promote blood circulation to that particular part of the body!

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Reflexology Ear Chart

Reflexology is a form of alternative medicine that is derived from Chinese traditional medicine and refers to structured pattern of pressure applied to various parts of the body, such as the feet and hands. Ear is another structure that is widely enervated and is believed to be connected to other organs of the body through autonomous nervous system. Please note that there hasn’t been conclusive research on the health benefits of ear reflexology.