How to do a Reflexology Meditation

How to do a Reflexology Meditation

Often people struggle to meditate because it can seem boring. However, when you include reflexology within your meditation it can become a new and rewarding experience!

Reflexology Meditation Beginner Basics

Start by sitting cross-legged on the floor or in a comfortable chair. Breathe deeply to relax and calm your mind and body.

Think of your foot as an extension of your entire body from head to toe… 

According to the principles of reflexology, the bottom of the feet give access to every part of the body through the nervous system. Thus, you can use your feet to “reflex” or activate the corresponding organs.

Here is a guide to give you a better understanding of how pressure points on the bottom of the feet correspond to different parts of the body.

Reflexology can be helpful to stimulate the parts of your body that you want to detox, renew and heal.

In fact, many find that reflexology is a new and exciting way to access the nervous system to relieve stress, find better sleep and reduce anxiety!

Best of all, when you perform your own reflexology meditation it is a completely free way to help yourself!

How to Do a Reflexology Meditation

Start by exploring the bottom of one foot with your fingers. As you do this, you will find that some areas are very tender…this is where you want to focus your reflexology massage.

A lot of people find the areas of the bottom of the foot that stimulate the pancreas, adrenal glands and stomach especially tender to any pressure. Keep in mind that there is a proven scientific connection between the adrenal glands and feelings of stress, anxiety and depression.

When you begin your reflexology treatment, you’ll find the sensation is likely a very different feeling that you’ve ever experienced! Many describe this pronounced sensation as both intense and deeply healing.

Use your fingers to apply pressure to tender areas and make sure to massage both feet equally.

Work your fingers slowly and steadily into these areas and breathe deeply. Make sure to respect your body and slow down if your massage feels TOO intense!

Giving yourself a reflexology massage during your meditation is an amazing way to turn inward and really connect with yourself.

You might want to put on soothing music or set the mood with lights or candles.

Another idea is to have your partner or friend give you a reflexology massage and then trade off.

During your reflexology meditation, make sure to avoid tensing your muscles and drink lots of pure water afterward!

You can even explore easy reflexology tools for your meditation. These products make welcome and unique gifts!

Finally, make sure to consult with your doctor about any questions or concerns you have about reflexology.

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