Reflexology
David Cook

Healing your body, safely and naturally

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is an alternative healing technique – a science which deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands relating to each and every organ and part of the body. By properly working on these reflexes, we can help to relieve many health problems – even very serious ones – in a natural way.

Why try Reflexology?

Reflexology is a totally holistic technique that treats the entire body by manual pressure on the feet or hands. Circulation is improved, nerve impulses are unblocked, and stress is relieved. (Many serious and common illnesses are directly linked to stress, and relieving it allows the body to heal itself naturally.) Reflexology also promotes integration of the body’s systems, and of the body with the mind and emotions. Reflexology will not make any condition worse, and its only side effect is that at the end of the session your feet will feel great!

Are there different kinds of Reflexology and What kind does David Cook do?

There are various schools of Reflexology, but most took their inspiration from the work of Eunice Ingham, who published the first book on Reflexology in 1938. David Cook, who practices Reflexology on 29th St. in NY City, teaches courses for the institute Eunice founded, the International Institute of Reflexology. This is primarily therapeutic Reflexology, although it is also very relaxing.

What can you expect from a Reflexology Session?

The client relaxes in a reclining chair and the Reflexologist sits on a secretarial chair and works on the client’s feet (or sometimes hands). Because Ingram-method Reflexology is therapeutic, each session is as long as needed for the particular client, but the average is about 45 minutes.

A session will:

  • Relieve Stress & Tension
  • Improve Nerve Supply & Circulation
  • Help Your Body to Normalize
  • Leave Your Body Relaxed and Your Feet Feeling Great!

Can I learn to do Reflexology myself?

David Cook teaches approximately one course per month in the New York City area – either in Manhattan, Long Island, New Jersey, or City Island.

Click on Classes to see a schedule and fee structure of the classes.