Reflexology in Vancouver with Rebecca Lash

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Rebecca Lash – Certified Bodywork Practitioner & Registered Reflexology Therapist

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology involves applying pressure to specific areas of the feet and hands. This ancient form of massage can help with relaxation, pain relief and improve overall wellness. Listed below are some of the many benefits to booking a Reflexology appointment in Vancouver with Rebecca Lash:

Headache Relief – Reflexology can reduce the severity of headaches and migraines by increasing blood flow and relieving muscle tension. Headaches occurring due to stress can also be alleviated with foot massages.

Relaxation – Reflexology floods the neural pathways with relaxation, helping the body to feel a sense of peace and tranquility. Massaging the feet before bed can also help to induce sleep.

Improved Circulation – Reflexology helps blood and oxygen flow, improving circulation throughout the entire body. Gently massaging the feet will will significantly enhance circulation to vital organs.

Increased Energy – Regular visits to your Reflexologist can help to increase the metabolism, re-energizing the mind and body. It is also effective in alleviating anxiety and stress.

Reduces PMS Symptoms – Many women suffer from irritability, bloating, headaches, fatigue, insomnia and mood swings during PMS. These symptoms can be alleviated with daily massage. Reflexology is also useful for reducing menopause symptoms like depression and hot flashes.

Rebecca Lash is a Certified Bodywork practitioner, Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapist, and Dien Chan Facial Reflexology practitioner, Rebecca combines her various accreditations to meet the individual needs of each patient. With her warm personality, Rebecca has a deep interest in synergizing whole-body healing.

You can schedule a Reflexology appointment in Vancouver with Rebecca Lash here. Or call the clinic directly at 604-732-5222 and our front team would be happy to assist you.

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