What is footzoning?
Foot zoning is a method of accessing the energy points on the body that correspond to the body’s systems, organs, and parts. It is an energy modality, meaning that it works by utilizing energy pathways that run up and down the body.
When a energy point is triggered within a certain zone, a message goes to the tissue or organ effected. Discomfort is experienced in the areas of imbalance–areas where healing is needed.
Zone Therapy stimulates every organ and renews the cell system in each treatment. Zone Therapy is a holistic approach which recognizes that all of the body’s cells and organs make up a complex and interactive organism.
Zone Balance does take time. It works with the body’s own innate intelligence, and only allows the body to do what it can when it can.
A session typically lasts for 40-60 minutes. Multiple and consistent sessions over a two month period are recommended to detoxify and establish the bodies restorative process. After this period, you and your therapist will determine a schedule that is based on your individual needs and overall health. You will find that your body will tell you when it’s time for a Zone.
Some have asked if foot zoning is massage. Foot zoning is not massage and does not manipulate the tissues of the body. Rather the practitioner will use her fingers, thumbs, and knuckles to stimulate energy signals on the foot to open the energy pathways of the body.
Opening the energy pathways begins the process that allows the body to make the necessary corrections to bring it into harmony. Some will notice results immediately or within the first few days following a session, others notice a feeling of harmony that results in improvement over a period of time.
Foot zoning is a great way to bring your body into balance and bring harmony to your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual bodies. Whether you notice results immediately, within a few days, or over a period of time, everyone agrees, foot zoning just feels good!
To learn more about foot zoning, to experience a session, or to learn about foot zone classes, just call Delia at 480 612-2044 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.