Jasmin Reflexology Now in Chicago




Jasmin Jahal

For thousands of years, reflexology has proven to be a viable treatment for a wide variety of conditions. It decreases pain, revitalizes energy, increases circulation and improves sleep. Jasmin Jahal is a certified reflexologist in the Ingham Method. Her approach is holistic, taking into account body, mind and spirit to provide a restorative, calming and healing experience for her clients.

       Reflexology also addresses more serious health concerns, including rheumatoid arthritis, chronic back pain, allergies, plantar fasciitis, migraines, autoimmune disorders and reproductive issues such as fertility, pregnancy and menopause.

       By applying precise and alternating pressure to the over 7,000 nerve endings found in the feet and hands, neural passageways clear toxic congestion and encourage the body’s systems to balance so that the body acquires healthy homeostasis. Reflexology is not massage. It is a wellness protocol that takes months of special training and more than a hundred hours of practice.

       One session may be 50 or 75 minutes in length. A monthly membership program provides very affordable reduced rates.

Location: Oasis Studio, 4705 W. Lawrence Ave., Chicago. Parking is free. For appointments, gift certificates and more information, call 773-979-5351, email Jasmin@BloomN2Wellness.com or visit BloomN2Wellness.com.

 

 

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