Reflexology Foot Treatment

Reflexology for health

Edward Kaler, M.Sc., C.R.C., C.R.

Chicopee, Massachusetts

Nationally Certified Reflexologist

Nationally Certified Rehabilitation Counselor


A comprehensive approach to the entire body. Muscular - Skeletal, Digestive, Circulatory, Lymphatic and Endocrine.

Focus is on one body system and/or certain problem areas.
  1. Muscular - Skeletal covers such areas as head, neck, joints, spinal column, shoulders, arms and legs.
  2. Digestive and Circulatory covers heart, lungs, liver, stomach, kidneys, and intestines.
  3. Lymphatic and Endocrine covers lymph glands, solar plexus, pituitary, eyes, thyroid, and sexual organs.

Subtle and physical energy fields approach using reflex areas of the feet or hands. Dis-ease often can be correlated as a physical expression of spiritual discord, which can be addressed on the subtle energy plane through the chakras. Reflexology is capable of influencing chakra energy, touching upon the “root” of discord and thus influencing the physical body systems.

Balancing the chakras also has the effect of bringing a deeper presence of spiritual peace, opens our being to a more compassionate life, works to calm fears, encourages self-confidence, and allows for a more perceptive mental alertness.

1. SPIRITUAL / MEDITATIVE --- Using a Kundalini* process awakening the innate energy in the 7 basic physical body chakras and consciously allowing it to flow from the root chakra up to the crown chakra.

* Meditative energy flowing up through all chakras to the crown.

2. PHYSICAL / SPIRITUAL HARMONIZING --- Creating equilibrium in the development of the chakras. These energy fields are activated alternating the lower and higher spheres until all areas are covered and a balance between the physical and spiritual worlds is maintained. This is a yin/yang* process recognizing the universal and physical processes with which we live.

*The Black Teardrop shape (Yang) symbolizes the state of things prior to the birth of the universe with the white dot in the center of the black as the creative activities of nature during the first half of the year.


*The White Teardrop shape (Yin) symbolizes the state of things subsequent to the Universe's birth with the black dot in the center of the white as the dying which takes place in the second half of the year.

A Taoist saying which helps to understand the Yin-Yang is as follows - "Life and death are one, since there is no death, only changes in life."


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