Sound & Vibrational Reflexology
      Modern reflexology is based on an ancient form of therapy.  There is evidence of some form of foot and hand therapy  practised in China as long ago as 4,000 B.C. and also at the same time in Egypt, as depicted in the tomb of  Ankmahor. The North American Indiginous tribes are also known to have practised a form of foot therapy for hundreds of  years.           
      Reflexology was introduced to the U.S.A in 1913 by William Fitzgerald, a medical doctor who specialized in ear,  nose and  throat issues.  His findings and techniques were later evolved in the 1930's-1940's by Eunice Ingham, a practising nurse and  physiotherapist.   She claimed that the hands and feet were extra sensitive and mapped the entire body in  reflexes, zones and  meridians on the feet. 
     Traditional reflexology techniques are offered with the integration of sound and energetic medicine.  Gentle reflexology  techniques of  pressure / release presentation are used on the soles of the feet, top of the foot and around the ankle region.
    Transformational   frequencies are integrated through the use of sound and energetic medicine, creating harmonic  resonance  within the be-ing as a whole.  Tuning forks are intuitively  placed on  regions of the feet and / or hands and / or face to assist and support  whole body and be-ing transformation.  The recipient is fully  clothed with feet and ankles exposed, lying comfortablly on the table (either prone or supine).  Soft and nourishing music plays in the background, surrounding the recipient with love and light of the multidimensional realms. 
     Many of whom experience, and receive this expansive offering often drift off to their "zen" space, some... fully falling asleep!