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Reflexology and

Acupressure

Events

La Grande

Reflexology 2205 Adams Avenue, La Grande OR $25 for 30 mins $45 for 60 mins Reflexology / Acupressure / Energy work 2205 Adams Avenue, La Grande, OR $65 Includes intake and treatment

Baker City

Reflexology / Acupressure / Energy work 2019 Washington Baker City OR $65 Includes Intake and Treatment Reflexology 2205 Adams Avenue, La Grande OR $25 for 30 mins $45 for 60 mins

See Also

Acupressure Face Lift Protocol We practice at Sage Center in La Grande and Affirmative Touch in Baker City.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is a treatment which is based on the research backed idea that different parts of the body can be stimulated or strengthened by applying pressure to corresponding areas on the feet, hands, ears and scalp.

What is Acupressure?

Like Reflexology, Acupressure seeks to strengthen and heal the body by applying pressure to corresponding points on the body. These points have been used in China for more than 6000 years to treat pain, allergies, stress, feelings of low energy, hormonal issues, and so much more. Acupressure seeks to heal the body by restoring and balancing energy. Chinese medicine suggests that illness, dis-ease is caused by a lack of balance. Using the points, one can restore harmony which restores the body to health.

What can Acupressure, Reflexology, or

both do for me?

Reflexology is clinically proven to help treat stress, insomnia, pain and menopause and menstrual related issues. Acupressure has been used for centuries to restore balance and harmony in the body Muscle Testing is another form of energy work that we incorporate into our sessions as needed, and we include other modalities such as Reiki, Herbalism and Nutritional and Spiritual counseling as needed.

What is a typical session like?

Foot Reflexology is performed seated in a couch with your feet up, or it can also be performed in a massage room with you laying on the table (fully clothed), at this time there is no difference in price. You will fill out an intake form, and your reflexologist will go over the intake with you and take a brief health history. The session will then begin. If you have opted for a half hour, then you will receive 30 minutes of reflexology on your hands, feet, scalp or ears as best matches your wishes and the treatment plan (based on intake). Afterward, your reflexologist will fill out chart notes and give you a copy of the areas treated and inform you as to the areas you need to treat in between sessions. Typically for insomnia, we recommend 2 treatments the first and second week, followed by 1 treatment the next week, and as evaluation suggests. An hour Session may include a combination of hands, feet, ears and scalp. Again, at the end of the session, your reflexologist will leave you seated or laying down for 5-10 minutes while they finish their chart notes and give you diagram of the areas treated and your follow up care for at home between sessions. An Acupressure / Energy work / Reflexology session begins with a thorough intake rooted in your health history and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Your therapist will formulate a treatment plan and you will be lead to a room and you will lay down on the table, fully clothed. You will have a blanket and pillow as needed and your therapist will use a combination of energy work, acu points, reflexology, meridian balancing, muscle testing, neurovascular holding points to begin your treatment. At the conclusion of your hour, the therapist will leave you on the table, write their session notes and create a guide for you so you can self treat at home between sessions. Generally treatment consists of 1-3 treatments for the first, second and third week and then begin the process of tapering off to 1 time per week to 1 time every two, three or four weeks, as your condition dictates. How does Reflexology and Acupressure work? Chinese legend suggests that more than 6 thousand years ago, there was a warrior who was wounded by an arrow. When the wound was examined, the physician found that the warrior had another condition cured. Other legends suggest that herbs, moxibustion, acupressure, acupuncture, and massage were all developed in separate parts of the country to address different types of conditions, and they evolved together to create the system of Chinese medicine codified more than 6000 years ago. In the 1950s in France, ECIWO biology came into being and while overlooked in the west, when brought into China, was readily accepted because this was already how Chinese medicine conceptualized healing. According to Reflexology, the soles of the feet represent all the systems in the body, but foot reflexes are the beginning. Just like a branch on a tree looks like the tree as a whole, and a single leaf also looks like the tree, they all correspond to one another, the human body corresponds to itself. Each long bone in the body corresponds to spine, the hands and feet correspond to one another, and also to the entire body. The ear corresponds to the body as it is a fetal form of a person. Chinese medicine takes this a step farther and suggests that each of the organs in the body are paired and there is an energetic line going through that organ that corresponds to the body as well. So there are face points on the lung, heart, small intestine, large intestine, (etc.) meridian. By stimulating one part of the body, that sends energetic impulses to the brain and also to its corresponding parts to tell the brain to pay attention, look, evaluate and send healing to the corresponding part of the body.

Does it work

There are clinical trials both in the US and abroad showing that reflexology, energy work,

acupuncture, acupressure all have a meaningful and positive affect on the body.

What are the risks?

There are some acu points that should not be stimulated on those who are pregnant
IntegrativeDynamics
Find Your Best You
Tel: 541-304-5022 | Location: 2205 Adams Avenue, La Grande, OR | Email: info@findyourdynamic.com
© 2019 Elle Hutchins

Reflexology and

Acupressure

Events

La Grande

Reflexology 2205 Adams Avenue, La Grande OR $25 for 30 mins $45 for 60 mins Reflexology / Acupressure / Energy work 2205 Adams Avenue, La Grande, OR $65 Includes intake and treatment

Baker City

Reflexology / Acupressure / Energy work 2019 Washington Baker City OR $65 Includes Intake and Treatment Reflexology 2205 Adams Avenue, La Grande OR $25 for 30 mins $45 for 60 mins

See Also

Acupressure Face Lift Protocol We practice at Sage Center in La Grande and Affirmative Touch in Baker City.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is a treatment which is based on the research backed idea that different parts of the body can be stimulated or strengthened by applying pressure to corresponding areas on the feet, hands, ears and scalp.

What is Acupressure?

Like Reflexology, Acupressure seeks to strengthen and heal the body by applying pressure to corresponding points on the body. These points have been used in China for more than 6000 years to treat pain, allergies, stress, feelings of low energy, hormonal issues, and so much more. Acupressure seeks to heal the body by restoring and balancing energy. Chinese medicine suggests that illness, dis-ease is caused by a lack of balance. Using the points, one can restore harmony which restores the body to health.

What can Acupressure,

Reflexology, or both do for me?

Reflexology is clinically proven to help treat stress, insomnia, pain and menopause and menstrual related issues. Acupressure has been used for centuries to restore balance and harmony in the body Muscle Testing is another form of energy work that we incorporate into our sessions as needed, and we include other modalities such as Reiki, Herbalism and Nutritional and Spiritual counseling as needed.

What is a typical session like?

Foot Reflexology is performed seated in a couch with your feet up, or it can also be performed in a massage room with you laying on the table (fully clothed), at this time there is no difference in price. You will fill out an intake form, and your reflexologist will go over the intake with you and take a brief health history. The session will then begin. If you have opted for a half hour, then you will receive 30 minutes of reflexology on your hands, feet, scalp or ears as best matches your wishes and the treatment plan (based on intake). Afterward, your reflexologist will fill out chart notes and give you a copy of the areas treated and inform you as to the areas you need to treat in between sessions. Typically for insomnia, we recommend 2 treatments the first and second week, followed by 1 treatment the next week, and as evaluation suggests. An hour Session may include a combination of hands, feet, ears and scalp. Again, at the end of the session, your reflexologist will leave you seated or laying down for 5-10 minutes while they finish their chart notes and give you diagram of the areas treated and your follow up care for at home between sessions. An Acupressure / Energy work / Reflexology session begins with a thorough intake rooted in your health history and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Your therapist will formulate a treatment plan and you will be lead to a room and you will lay down on the table, fully clothed. You will have a blanket and pillow as needed and your therapist will use a combination of energy work, acu points, reflexology, meridian balancing, muscle testing, neurovascular holding points to begin your treatment. At the conclusion of your hour, the therapist will leave you on the table, write their session notes and create a guide for you so you can self treat at home between sessions. Generally treatment consists of 1-3 treatments for the first, second and third week and then begin the process of tapering off to 1 time per week to 1 time every two, three or four weeks, as your condition dictates. How does Reflexology and Acupressure work? Chinese legend suggests that more than 6 thousand years ago, there was a warrior who was wounded by an arrow. When the wound was examined, the physician found that the warrior had another condition cured. Other legends suggest that herbs, moxibustion, acupressure, acupuncture, and massage were all developed in separate parts of the country to address different types of conditions, and they evolved together to create the system of Chinese medicine codified more than 6000 years ago. In the 1950s in France, ECIWO biology came into being and while overlooked in the west, when brought into China, was readily accepted because this was already how Chinese medicine conceptualized healing. According to Reflexology, the soles of the feet represent all the systems in the body, but foot reflexes are the beginning. Just like a branch on a tree looks like the tree as a whole, and a single leaf also looks like the tree, they all correspond to one another, the human body corresponds to itself. Each long bone in the body corresponds to spine, the hands and feet correspond to one another, and also to the entire body. The ear corresponds to the body as it is a fetal form of a person. Chinese medicine takes this a step farther and suggests that each of the organs in the body are paired and there is an energetic line going through that organ that corresponds to the body as well. So there are face points on the lung, heart, small intestine, large intestine, (etc.) meridian. By stimulating one part of the body, that sends energetic impulses to the brain and also to its corresponding parts to tell the brain to pay attention, look, evaluate and send healing to the corresponding part of the body.

Does it work

There are clinical trials both in the US and abroad showing that

reflexology, energy work, acupuncture, acupressure all have a

meaningful and positive affect on the body.

What are the risks?

There are some acu points that should not be stimulated on those who are pregnant