Reflexology of the Feet, Hands, and Ears is an ancient technique adopted from the eastern Indian culture by the Chinese over 2,000 years ago.

This very effective technique involves points located on the bottom of the feet, the palms of the hands and the ventral side of the ears. These points individually relate to an organ, system, or muscle group of the body and can be stimulated with oil or on dry skin.

By using straight pressure or stimulation on a point, a signal is sent to the related organ or body part to indirectly effect the area, thus causing a relaxation of the area or stimulation for health, depending on the individuals condition.

For example if you have a stiff neck, the neck of the big toe can have straight pressure applied to indirectly release tension of your neck muscles. If sciatic pain is present a point on the top inside of the ear can be stimulated to release such a condition. For sinus congestion, stimulating the tips of the fingers on the hand can clear up this condition.


Reflexology Chart Illustrated by Janise Anthony (copyright 1997)

This technique is beneficial to everyone and is used most often when an area cannot be directly worked on especially those of the internal body. It is a simple yet powerful technique that can be applied by a trained reflexologist or can be easily learned by anyone for self massage from books now available.

Hand Wrist Sprain Acupressure Points!   
Quick, Easy and Powerful!!!

This is helpful to all wrist injury no matter what ligament it is...
not just the one shown in photo...




 3 to 4 times or more a day,  as often as needed is best.

For applying the ear  pressure points just pinch your ear on the point.  Your index finger goes on the point
on the inside of the ear and your thumb will pinch the ear from the back side.




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