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Training program as the extension of healing ministry
Seminar on "Liturgy and Liturgy of the Hours".
Seminar on "Liturgy and Liturgy of the Hours".
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Christmas and New Year Get together, Bangalore
Christmas and New Year Get together, Bangalore
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Pauline Milan 2018
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Blessing of the New wing of Asirbhavan, Bangalore
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Foot Reflexology

Foot Reflexology

Reflexology is an ancient form of natural healing. In the United States, the first medical doctor know to have used it in a systematic way was Dr. William Fitzgerald.

In 1913, Dr. Fitzgerald introduced the theory of Zone Therapy.  The method of Reflexology is one based on body system, as follows the anatomical positions and functions as a whole, a systematic working of both feet by the reflexologist is advised, rather than targeting certain areas only. Some basic anatomy is included in order to acquaint the reflexologist with the location of the major organs and glands in the body, their main functions and the correlated reflexes on the feet. Since reflexes for the various systems are located on both feet, the reflexologist works back and forth from one foot to the other. The exact site for any reflex can vary from person to person.

Benefits

  • Decreases anxiety
  • Enhances sleep quality
  • Creates greater energy
  • Improves concentration
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Relaxes the mind and body.

Foot Reflexology

Foot Reflexology

Reflexology is an ancient form of natural healing. In the United States, the first medical doctor know to have used it in a systematic way was Dr. William Fitzgerald.

In 1913, Dr. Fitzgerald introduced the theory of Zone Therapy.  The method of Reflexology is one based on body system, as follows the anatomical positions and functions as a whole, a systematic working of both feet by the reflexologist is advised, rather than targeting certain areas only. Some basic anatomy is included in order to acquaint the reflexologist with the location of the major organs and glands in the body, their main functions and the correlated reflexes on the feet. Since reflexes for the various systems are located on both feet, the reflexologist works back and forth from one foot to the other. The exact site for any reflex can vary from person to person.

Benefits

  • Decreases anxiety
  • Enhances sleep quality
  • Creates greater energy
  • Improves concentration
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Relaxes the mind and body.