• Essential Oils for Reflexology

  • Essential Oils for Reflexology

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    Maybe you have heard about Essential Oils and wondered what all the fuss was about; or maybe you have started to use them in your home already; but whatever the reason you decided to attend, I am glad you are here. BE BLESSED as you learn more about ESSENTIAL OILS. This class has been created...
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    If you have ever enjoyed the scent of a rose, you’ve experienced the aromatic qualities of Essential Oils. These naturally occurring, volatile aromatic compounds are found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant. ...
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    Essential Oils have been used for thousands of years. When you choose our oils, you are choosing Essential Oils gently and carefully distilled from plants that have been patiently harvested at the perfect moment by experienced growers from around the world for ideal extract composition and...
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    Essential Oils are great for EVERYDAY USE. You can experience the many benefits of Essential Oils by using them to support overall health. Here are the three ways to use them: AROMATIC • Essential Oils, when diffused or inhaled, can be very stimulating, calming, or soothing. • Diffusing...
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    One of the most well-studied areas of aroma research is the effect of smell on EMOTIONS and MOOD. For example, there is convincing evidence demonstrating that simply inhaling the AROMA of an ESSENTIAL OIL is effective for calming nervous or anxious feelings in a variety of settings. The SMELL...
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    Reflexology is when we use pressure points that correspond to other parts of the body. As you apply pressure to those points you can help alleviate stress or issues with those areas. In this class we will even talk about how you can use Essential Oils combined with Reflexology to enhance the...
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    Reflexology has many benefits to the body. As we use Reflexology all over the body, we can stimulate nerve function to help support healthy circulation, increase energy, encourage optimal organ function, reduce emotional and physical stress, boost the immune system, and restore homeostasis to the...
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    Have you ever wondered why we apply Essential Oils to the feet? Our feet have around 7,200 nerve endings. These nerve endings correspond to different parts of the body. Our feet also have the largest pores to help Essential Oils absorb into the body. Reflexology uses these corresponding nerve...
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    Another area of the body where we can use Reflexology are the hands. While the hands have smaller zones than the feet, they are generally similar. The areas of the hand are relatively the same as the zones in the feet, starting with the fingers and working down to the wrists. The SIMPLIFIED...
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    There are over 400 Reflexology points in the ears. Ear Reflexology can be traced back to Chinese Medicine. Ear Reflexology is believed to stimulate the Central Nervous System in contrast to traditional Reflexology which works on relaxing the body and brings the body into balance, also known as...
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    The Nervous System is a complex network of nerve cells that regulate the body’s reaction to stimuli, both internal and external. It serves as the body’s control and communications center. Tension, stress, certain diseases, emotions, poor circulation, continual high sugar levels, and other...
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    The Respiratory System’s main function is to supply oxygenated blood to the body and to remove carbon dioxide waste from the blood. When you are not feeling well, the Respiratory System must work harder to accomplish its task. Giving your Respiratory System a little extra support with a...
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    The Digestive System is a series of organs and glands that process what you eat. There are also accessory (assisting) organs that help the Digestive System process what you eat such as the liver, gallbladder, tongue, salivary glands, and even your pancreas. We all know that feeling when we’ve...
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    Your Immune System is very important to the overall functions of the body’s other systems. A weakened Immune System can slow down or disrupt the other processes in your body and make it harder to fight off germs and illnesses. Reflexology with Essential Oils can support your Immune System while...
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    Reflexology isn’t limited to the bottoms of feet, palms of the hand or even the ear. There are many other points on the body that can be stimulated during a Reflexology session, such as the forearm, ankles, knees and many more. The Cardiovascular System has reflex points in the feet, ears, and...
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    The Endocrine System is responsible for releasing hormones into the bloodstream. This lets the hormones travel to cells in other parts of the body. When we think of the word "hormones" we often think of reproductive hormones but there are many hormones that are directing functions all over the...
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    The Endocrine System is responsible for releasing hormones including our reproductive hormones that control our Reproductive System. Our Reproductive System is comprised of all of the sex organs that are used to produce new life. There are certain oils that are more beneficial for male vs....
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    The Lymphatic System plays a very vital part to the Immune System. The Lymphatic System is comprised of a large network of lymph vessels that carry clear liquid called lymph to the heart. Lymph is comprised of white blood vessels that fight infections throughout the body. The Lymphatic System...
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    There are three main types of muscles in the body, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and skeletal muscles. The smooth muscle and cardiac muscles move on their own or without our control, examples would be stomach, intestines, blood vessels and those muscles found in the heart. Skeletal muscles are...
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    The Skeletal System is comprised of bones that provide structure and allow us to move, there are 206 bones in the adult human body. These bones also help protect organs and tissues within the body. Inside the bones are many other processes that we barely give a second thought to.   Marrow inside...
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