Reflexology Foot Chart: A Perfect Way to Relax

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The reflexology foot chart is a perfect way to relax. With this diagram, you can find all of the pressure points on your feet that correspond to various parts of your body and ailments.

This makes it easy for professionals as well as everyday people to treat themselves or others without having any prior knowledge of massage therapy techniques.

What is foot reflexology chart?

A reflexology foot chart is a map of your feet that corresponds with various parts of the body and ailments.

For example, if you want to relieve pain in your back, simply finding this area on the diagram should be enough for professionals as well as everyday people to treat themselves or others without having any prior knowledge of massage therapy techniques.

How do I use my reflexology foot chart to perform a foot reflexology session?

First identify which part of the body needs relief by locating it on the right hand side column labelled “Body Area” (e.g., headache).

Next find its corresponding point on either left or right dorsal zone using a ruler/straight edge measure and follow this line until it reaches one lateral arch. This will indicate where you need to apply pressure or massage.

Next, identify the appropriate reflexology color tabs with corresponding colors (e.g., blue for calm) and follow these instructions:

  • Blue: The sole of your foot corresponds with the head. Pressure on this area will relieve headaches by releasing tension in your neck muscles. Place all fingers under each big toe nail, one at a time pressing firmly until you feel relief from pain near temple/side of forehead etc. Hold pressure for about 30 seconds then release grip and move to next finger. Repeat as needed but do not exceed five minutes per session
  • Green: Palms of hands correspond to feet and vice versa so whichever hand needs relief use that same hand’s thumb pad on either side edge line of foot.
  • Red: Use all four fingers to press the reflexologist points in a circular motion on either side of your big toe nail. This technique will help with circulation and more serious circulatory problems like Reynaud’s disease, Raynaud’s phenomenon or blood clots
  • Yellow: Massage the arch area between toes for five minutes at a time. The pressure from this point helps relieve sinus headaches by releasing tension related pain near temple/side of forehead etc.
  • Pink: For nausea, use two hands to massage each heel simultaneously until you feel relief and then move back up towards head with gradual increase in intensity as needed but do not exceed five minutes per session

To unblock an energy duct (meridians), use your fingers to rub the reflexologist points in a circular motion on either side of your big toe nail. Massage these points for at least five minutes

Put one foot or hand over another point and massage this area with ten strokes

  • Purple: To reduce stress, put two hands onto each heel simultaneously until you feel relief and then move up towards head with gradual increase in intensity as needed but do not exceed five minutes per session
  • Silver/Gray: Rub both thumbs from middle toes to outside edge along bottom of foot (between second and third metatarsals) for at least five minutes. This is good for relieving insomnia because it stimulates the production of melatonin which helps regulate sleep cycles
  • Green: For fatigue, put one foot or hand over another point and massage this area for at least five minutes.

Put two hands onto either side of the big toe nails for ten seconds each (one stroke per second)

  • Yellow: Massage points on outside edge of feet slowly in circular motions with thumbs, using gradually increased intensity up to five minutes as needed
  • Cream/Peach: Rub both thumbs from middle toes to outside edge along top of foot (between first and second metatarsals) until you feel relief and then move down towards head if desired but do not exceed five minutes per session
  • Brown: For constipation put one heel under other knee cap so that the sole is facing upwards. Make circles with thumb around ankle joint while moving foot in a circular motion.

Related Article: The Causes of Lateral Foot Pain: The Solution Lies in the Toes

The reflexology chart:

The reflexology foot chart can be found online and in print form. It is usually a large poster that displays the top of your feet on one side and has detailed information about three different zones below it.

These are the head, torso, and legs sections with all corresponding pressure points listed for each zone as well as additional notes about what they do to help treat certain conditions or ailments. You will also find illustrations of which parts of the body these spots correspond to when you have your whole body standing up straight (feet flat).

Foot pain diagram:

This diagram shows how easy it is for anyone at any age to get relief from pain in their foot. All you need is a reflexology map and some time, but the result is worth it!

The diagram also shows that the feet are not just for walking on or sitting upon. There may be times when your reflexology chart of choice will help with other ailments such as digestive problems, headaches, sleeping difficulties, joint aches and pains, anxiety issues like stress or depression (to name only a few). You’ll want to look at all this information before you start working through each pressure point so that you don’t miss anything important.

The more detailed information about which specific problem any particular zone corresponds to helps people who might have two different issues they’re trying to solve by using these points: they’ll know which set of points to concentrate on.

When it comes down to the nitty-gritty, there are no hard and fast rules about how you should use this information or when in your life that you can start using reflexology foot chart benefits.

Some people might have a lot of success with these charts from an early age because they’re able to do things like balance better than others their own age, while other folks may not see any results for years until they’ve had enough time on this earth (and many miles put under their feet) before seeing anything happen.

Anybody who’s ever used reflexology map has seen some improvement in feeling more relaxed after just one session though! So don’t wait – get going now!

Reflexology foot chart benefits

The only way to find out if this is something that you can benefit from is by checking your design on an individual basis. So go ahead and take a look at the points listed below, then choose which ones are going to work best for you, just remember not to overdo it too much!

The goal is simply to put some pressure in these areas of the feet because they’ll help relieve tension or bring about mood changes without having any other side effects like medications might have. You don’t want anything else interfering with what’s trying to happen, so be careful how many times per day you do this kind of thing. If you don’t have your own reflexology foot chart, you can always purchase one.

How to reflexology?

The first step is looking at the map on this page and seeing which area of your feet corresponds with what’s bothering you or just feeling a little off today.

Once you’ve located that spot, go ahead and press down in it for as long as feels good – try not to overdue it though!

You’ll also want to massage the surrounding areas by using circular motions over them until they feel better too. That should take about five minutes tops; but don’t forget that there are many other points below where pressure will help relieve tension too so be sure to give those some attention!

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