Khamis, 14 November 2013

How to Read a Foot Reflexology Chart.

Foot reflexology charts show the location of reflex points on your feet. You can easily learn to read a chart that will show you where the reflex points on your feet correspond to specific areas of your body's anatomy. Highly technical foot reflexology maps are more complicated than most amateur reflexologists really need. Below are some key points to look for when reading a foot chart.

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Refer to reiterative foot charts when you are getting ready to give yourself reflexology. Reiterative foot reflexology charts mirror your body's image. These charts are based on zones to reflect your body in miniature on your feet.

Know the difference between a Chinese foot chart and a reiterative foot chart. Chinese foot charts are based on acupuncture meridians. Chinese charts reflect places in your foot that correspond with other parts of your body, but not in a reiterative pattern.

Remember that foot reflexology maps or charts have multiple views for the top of the foot and the sole, as well as both sides. It's possible to get confused when you look at charts and to mix up the top and bottom foot reflexology maps.

Keep in mind that the reflex points on the left foot correspond to the left side of the body, and the reflex points on the right foot correspond to the right side of your body. In most cases, organs and other body parts are shown on both the right and left foot charts.

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