Vertical Reflex Therapy
Vertical Reflexology Technique (VRT) is developed by Lynne Booth during the course of over 20 years. It is a unique method of reflexology where the hands or feet are worked in a weight-bearing position for a short period of time. VRT was highly commended for its Outstanding Contribution to Complementary Medicine by the Institute of Complementary and Natural Medicine (ICNM) 2011 Awards.
I am an authorised member of the Vertical Reflex Therapy (VRT) Network. You can check my details on the VRT practitioner register. At Amarisa Footsteps VRT is offered combined with classical reflexology.
VRT’s therapeutic response often appears to be quicker possibly because all the anatomic nerves in the feet and hands (and therefore actual reflexes) become sensitised when weight-bearing which may increase the therapeutic response.
VRT may help intransigent conditions especially muscular and joint issues. In addition Musculo-skeeltal problems, undefined back pain and sports injuries may respond well to reflexology and VRT.
Reflexology and VRT may help to regulate sleep patterns and bring about deeper relaxation. Self-help instruction for hand reflexology can be given to aid a restful night’s sleep.
The benefits of Vertical Reflexology Therapy (VRT) are:
• Aid general well-being
• Relief of tension in the body
• State of relaxation throughout the body.
Below are some videos you can watch to find out more information. All these videos are copyright and courtesy of Booth VRT Ltd.