* Easy-to-use items to help practice reflexology
* Learn the basics on your own, at your own pace
* Choose from a variety of massage items below
Reflexology offers a holistic approach to help treat pain associated with the hands and feet. First developed near the beginning of the last century, it’s quickly becoming one of the biggest and most popular forms of alternative medicine. If you’re new to the wide world of zone therapy, here are five items to help you get started.
1. Rainbow FOOT Reflexology Chart
Some people learn by seeing; others learn by doing. Whatever your learning preference, there’s no denying how helpful this inclusive reflexology chart is. Featuring vivid illustrations highlighting the specific 7 endocrine glands and chakra points, this comprehensive chart is a must.
2. Handheld Deep Tissue Self Massage Tool
Featuring non-rolling massage balls for greater control and two ergonomic handles for a tighter, fuller grip, this self-massage tool lets you gently (and thoroughly) massage your cares and aches away while simultaneously helping to relieve neck and shoulder tension.
3. FlexFixx MASSAGE BALL THERAPY SET
This versatile massage ball helps access sore spots for instant pain relief. With an extra rugged and firm build, the FlexFixx is able to target pain easier and is a great tool for acupressure, reflexology, deep tissue massage, and more.
4. Reflexology Traditional Thai Massage Wooden Stick
Practice the art of Thai massage in the comfort of your own home with this reflexology kit. Featuring two hand massage tools, a face roller, foot massage tool and more, this all-in-one kit is made from beautiful high-quality redwood.
5. TheraFlow Dual Foot Massager Roller
Give your feet some much-needed love with this handy foot roller. Featuring tiny ridges specifically built for trigger point stimulation, this massage roller is a great and comfortable way to relieve plantar fasciitis and help with arch pain.