FOOT SONE THERAPY

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The feet contain a map of the body.

Zone Therapy treatments or reflexology.

In the 1950s, a Norwegian doctor named Charles Ersdal was cured of paralysis after receiving two years’ worth of what some called reflexology and others called Zone Therapy treatments. Dr. Ersdal’s experience led him to research zone therapy and reflexology. After 26 years of study and research, he determined the body contains its healing intelligence that is triggered through specific Foot Zone Therapy. Foot Zone Technique or Therapy uses the signal system of the feet to establish balance, renew cells throughout the body, and elevate energy.

Dr. Ersdal found the body would respond as an interconnected whole rather than as a body with entirely separate parts. During his research, Dr. Ersdal charted human anatomy as it relates to zones on the feet. He drew much of the physiology of the body on the feet and included the brain, blood, and lymph circulations, as well as superficial muscles. These signal systems were discovered not only to be on the bottom of the feet but extended to the medial, lateral and top of the feet. Which at the time differed from reflexology. Amber Jensen, an American student and certified foot zone graduated of Dr. Ersdal in 1994, has furthered the research and progressed Foot Zone Therapy. To better understand the health needs of Jensen’s clients, she continued her further study in anatomy and physiology for the next 25 years. This led her to question missing information and holes that yet existed in the foot zone. With her 25 years of practical and educational experience, she has discovered over 100 additional foot zone signals, including more in-depth information of the Brain & Nervous Systems, Ventricular, Muscular, Circulatory, Respiratory, Skeletal, Digestive, and Lymph Systems, and the complete discovery of the Facial System. Jensen wrote anatomy and physiology books directed towards a more holistic approach for foot zone students.

To obtain complete benefits of the Foot Zone Technique a foot zone must be administered by a Certified Zone Therapist or Practitioner who has gone through a foot zone certification course, such as Wellness Life Zone, headquartered in Utah and throughout many other states. Directly rubbing or having your foot massaged is not merely enough. The experience of foot zone techniques with a Certified Foot Zone Practitioner is necessary for achieving the full mental, emotional and physical benefits of Foot Zone Techniques.

In our clinic, foot zone sessions often last anywhere from 45- 90 minutes and is made by Ulrike, very experienced german therapist with a more then a 15 years of experience. Often people who have gone through her therapy will “feel” their body telling them when it’s time for another foot zone session.

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The feet contain a map of the body.

Zone Therapy treatments or reflexology.

In the 1950s, a Norwegian doctor named Charles Ersdal was cured of paralysis after receiving two years’ worth of what some called reflexology and others called Zone Therapy treatments. Dr. Ersdal’s experience led him to research zone therapy and reflexology. After 26 years of study and research, he determined the body contains its healing intelligence that is triggered through specific Foot Zone Therapy. Foot Zone Technique or Therapy uses the signal system of the feet to establish balance, renew cells throughout the body, and elevate energy.

Dr. Ersdal found the body would respond as an interconnected whole rather than as a body with entirely separate parts. During his research, Dr. Ersdal charted human anatomy as it relates to zones on the feet. He drew much of the physiology of the body on the feet and included the brain, blood, and lymph circulations, as well as superficial muscles. These signal systems were discovered not only to be on the bottom of the feet but extended to the medial, lateral and top of the feet. Which at the time differed from reflexology. Amber Jensen, an American student and certified foot zone graduated of Dr. Ersdal in 1994, has furthered the research and progressed Foot Zone Therapy. To better understand the health needs of Jensen’s clients, she continued her further study in anatomy and physiology for the next 25 years. This led her to question missing information and holes that yet existed in the foot zone. With her 25 years of practical and educational experience, she has discovered over 100 additional foot zone signals, including more in-depth information of the Brain & Nervous Systems, Ventricular, Muscular, Circulatory, Respiratory, Skeletal, Digestive, and Lymph Systems, and the complete discovery of the Facial System. Jensen wrote anatomy and physiology books directed towards a more holistic approach for foot zone students.

To obtain complete benefits of the Foot Zone Technique a foot zone must be administered by a Certified Zone Therapist or Practitioner who has gone through a foot zone certification course, such as Wellness Life Zone, headquartered in Utah and throughout many other states. Directly rubbing or having your foot massaged is not merely enough. The experience of foot zone techniques with a Certified Foot Zone Practitioner is necessary for achieving the full mental, emotional and physical benefits of Foot Zone Techniques.

In our clinic, foot zone sessions often last anywhere from 45- 90 minutes and is made by Ulrike, very experienced german therapist with a more then a 15 years of experience. Often people who have gone through her therapy will “feel” their body telling them when it’s time for another foot zone session.