Reflexology path

Reflexology path

A Reflexology path is a path or walkway designed with the stated intent to stimulate points on the foot corresponding to reflexology beliefs. As in reflexology, this must be done barefoot for any effect. The effects are thought to be similar to a general, light, reflexology massage, stimulating most points rather evenly.

Reflexology paths are common features of parks and public spaces throughout Asia. Molded plastic mats can be purchased to simulate reflexology paths in the home.

ee also

*Barefoot park

External links

* [ Virtual tour of reflexology paths in asia]
* [ Bastyr University constructs a path]
* [ Article by Bronwyn Wilson on Bastyr's path]

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