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[Foot reflexology]


Thai-style foot massage using oil is not too painful, not too light, and popular with standard stimulation. We recommend the Thai style reflexology, which not only stimulates the reflex zones on the soles of the feet, but also comfortably treats the area below the knees, so your boots will become fluffy. Knowledge of zone therapy, which is the basis for learning other therapies, is a must-have for therapists.

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◇ Course time: 12 hours (4 credits)
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What is reflexology? Reflex (reflection) logy (learning) → Meaning of “reflexology”. A treatment method that promotes blood circulation, activates metabolism, and eliminates waste products from the body by stimulating all the organs (reflex zones: terminal nerves) of the entire body, such as those found on the soles of the feet, with fingers. It enhances the natural healing power that humans originally have, generates a large amount of alpha waves from the brain, relieves stress, and gives a deep relaxation to the tired mind and body.

Although reflexology has become very popular, the word originally meant "zone therapy." In other words, reflex zone therapy is intended to improve physical condition by stimulating reflex zones indirectly rather than directly, and can be applied not only to feet but also to hands and ears. It is a therapy that uses the phenomenon that changes occur in specific parts of the body when a specific part is pressed to improve fatigue. The soles of the feet are dotted with points called reflex zones, which correspond to each organ. I'm going to take the view that there is a problem with

The feet are also called the second heart, and they act as pumps by stimulating them by walking or touching them. Normally, the blood pressured by the heart does not reach the farthest part of the leg. Therefore, it is better to have the feet act as a pump, but busy businessmen often cannot do anything about it. Instinctively, it is natural to force the pump act by extorting the poor, but the reality is that this act is considered a shameful act, so it is not possible to do so.

There are various styles of foot reflexology, such as Western style, Taiwanese style, Chinese style, and Thai style, but all of them have the same concept. In Japan, the so-called "British style" and "Taiwanese style" are famous, but there is no big difference between "Western style" and "Oriental style". All of them originated in the United States, and are popular not only in Thailand, but all over the world. It is common to use oil or powder, and when applying pressure, it can be done with bare hands or with a stick. The difference in style depends on how the receiver feels, but in the Taiwanese style, there seems to be an idea that if you want to be healthy, you should endure even if it hurts. In addition, it is characterized by the light feeling of being stroked in Western style. In the Thai style, oil and sticks are used.

Foot reflexology massages not only the soles of the feet, but also everything from the knees down, which is effective in improving swelling in the feet, promoting blood circulation throughout the body, and preventing specific areas. There are many people who have swollen feet in the evening, but it is a common effect that the ankles become thinner and tight boots become flaky.

Thai reflexology is a technique that uses oil from the soles of the feet to below the knees and a stick to stimulate the points on the soles of the feet. It is a type of treatment that is neither too soft nor too painful.


  Course content number of credits Course time
1 Explanation of reflex areas and techniques on the soles of the feet 1credits 3hours
2 Foot reflexology technique 01 1credits 3hours
3 Foot Reflexology Technique 02 1credits 3hours
4 Summary and confirmation of foot reflexology 1credits 3hours
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