Written on: 28/02/2007 by AndreaG (242 reviews written)
None, unless you don't like people touching your feet.
I have had reflexology twice now, the second treatment being better and more informative that the first.
It is based on the fact that every section of your foot relates to somewhere else in the body and so if a certain part of your foot is sore to touch or has a grainy feel to it, that could indicate a problem elsewhere.
I think that it must take quite a while to become a trained reflexologist as the different sections of your foot seem to be very close together.
Luckily the last time I went , I was told that I had a headache and tension in my shoulders, which had probably caused the headache - which was true, I deliberately had not mentioned this during the treatment as I wanted to see if it did work!
I was quite skeptical at first as I thought that surely it wouldn't work but I was proved wrong and came out of my reflexology session feeling very relaxed but also invigorated, quite bizarre.
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