What is a zone treatment?
A zone treatment is a technique applied to the hands or feet applying pressure and massaging in a specific manner to help heal the body. It is gaining popularity in the field of alternative health as it is a non-invasive, way to help heal the body without the side effects of medicine. The map of the human body lays out in the hands and feet the same way that it does on the body. If it is on the right side of your body it is on the right hand and foot, and if it is on the left side of your body it is on the left hand and foot. If it is in the center or found on both sides of the body, then it is on both of the hands and feet. Through a zone treatment you will end up massaging the entire hand or foot, and therefore helping the entire body to heal. Our body is fully connected and so we should treat it that way and treat the body as a whole and not just one specific symptom. You will find in the hands and feet ways to treat the person physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. It brings both renewed energy, and healing to the body.
How does it work?
Your body has its own energy. For hundreds of years healers have used the body’s known meridians or energy zones, and specific body organ points to enhance health. Not only is this used in zone therapy, but also in acupuncture, acupressure, traditional Chinese medicine, and auricular therapy. “Modern Science has documented that specific visceral (organ) points and whole system meridians do exist. In fact, there are three body parts known to contain entire visceral contact point access: the hands, feet, and ears.” (ARoMATOUCH TECHNIQUE Dr. David K Hill DC.) To clarify there are 10 meridian zones that run through the body and connect to different organs within each line. These points are called visceral points where they connect to the organs. These lines run to both the hands, feet, and ears.
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