Skin Issues treated with Clinical Reflexology
A client with skin issues who worked in a spa as a massage therapist had had a facial at the spa, but the treatment produced adverse effect on her face for weeks. The spa had been doing all they knew to help rebalance her blistered, dry, raw skin, but it had not worked. After a reflexology session working on her toes for a few minutes her skin rebalanced and healed. She called me and said the therapists at her spa wanted to do a reflexology for skin issues training because they couldn’t wrap their heads around how working on the toes could clear the face like that, especially after all they had done and the amount of time the condition persisted.
Skin issues can come in a variety of forms, call Dawn Horn to discuss the individual ailments you are experiencing.
This website is provided solely for the purpose of information, providing the reader with details concerning reflexology and Dawn’s experience treating skin issues or teaching skin issue management with clinical reflexology techniques. It is not intended or presumed to convey any diagonosis or prescription of any kind. Dawn Horn is a Certified Master Clinical Reflexologist, not a medical doctor and has no reason or intent to act as such.
Each person is encouraged to consult with their own medical professional concerning any physical or mental issues. Be sure to inform your physician if you are considering a reflexology treatment. Tri Healing Reflexology would be happy to discuss your specific ailments and the treatments to apply.