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Professional Organization I Am Charter Member of: RAC

Mission Statement

The Reflexology Association of California is a professional organization committed to assisting each member to realize their vision, bringing our community together through shared activities and enhancing our profession as a whole through education, communication and action.

In March 1989, the first statewide meeting was held to discuss issues facing the field of Reflexology. Three authors, eight teachers, five schools or methodologies, two associations and three states were represented among the thirty participating reflexologists.

Over the next three years, several meetings were held in the Los Angeles area and Sacramento to discuss by-laws, legislation, membership, communication, licensing, standards and goals.

Since its founding in April, 1992, by a small core group of practitioners, teachers and supporters, the Reflexology Association of California has grown to become a globally recognized organization known for its integrity and dedication to Reflexology.

Today the Reflexology Association of California is one of the largest associations of its kind in the country. It is committed to advancing the profession of Reflexology through continuing education, legislative activity, and developing public awareness of the benefits of Reflexology

Hand Reflexology

Hand Reflexology is equally effective as foot reflexology, but not well known. There are reflex points on the hands indicating every organ, gland, and parts of the body.

Hand Reflexology

By using the unique thumb and finger techniques on these hand reflexes, the body responds by relaxing, rebalancing, and improving blood circulation. The hands are not as sensitive as the feet and the reflex points are much deeper, however, a hand reflexology treatment can be worthwhile.

Hand Reflexology Chart

Hand reflexology can be preferred for the start or end of a foot reflexology treatment. It can also be applicable as a stand-alone treatment in its own right. When the foot has injured or other problems that can stop performing foot reflexology.

Thu, 2010-06-24 17:46 — Thiruvelan

Reflexology Relaxes the Body, Mind, and Sole

By  Eric Huffman

 In today’s fast paced world, people are confronted with ever-increasing levels of physical, mental, and emotional stress. The American Medical Association stated that 85% of all illness is a result of stress. To help combat stress, many people are seeking out foot reflexology.

Foot reflexology is a safe, non-invasive, natural modality which focuses on areas of the feet which are believed to correspond to all the areas of the body. Pressing these “reflex points” with the fingers helps the correlating body part to relax and recover.

In America, foot reflexology is steadily making its way into mainstream medical practices as an effective form of alternative therapy. On The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Professor of Surgery, stated that “Every patient that I operate on at New York Presbyterian Hospital gets a reflexology type treatment.” Although new to America, reflexology has been used as an effective complimentary therapy for centuries across the globe.

Foot reflexology is also used to help a wide range of health conditions including back pain, sports injuries, migraines, sinusitis, infertility, and sleep disorders. People who receive regular reflexology sessions attest to its positive results.  Foot reflexology is a great option to relieve stress and improve wellbeing.