Reflexologists apply pressure to specific points and zones on the feet, hands and ears in order to sooth the nervous system, improve circulation, reduce stress and create balance in the body.
Different Types of Reflexology
Some reflexology practitioners perform foot, hand and ear reflexology together in the same session.
Ear Reflexology is administered through thumb and finger pressure techniques applied to the external ears. Reflexology can stimulate the ears to maintain their health and cure many ear related diseases and in some cases, can alleviate motion sickness.
Feet and hands reflexology is the physical act of applying pressure with techniques that do not utilize cream, lotion or oil, assessed on the basis of zones and areas with the premise that such work effects a physical change.
A trained foot reflexologist can put pressure on energy lines on the sole and side of the feet to determine the cause of illness.
The average salary for Reflexologist is $39,760.
Average reflexology salaries can vary greatly due to company, location, industry, experience and benefits.