Reflexology Foot Chart
Reflexology chart or map is a diagram used to show body organ reflexes. Should learn to read a reflexology map for proper reflexology therapy.
Right body reflexes on the right foot. Left body reflexes on the left foot. Example left side body organs heart and stomach reflexes are on the left foot. Therefore, thumb-walk on the left foot is useful for the ailments of the stomach, heart, etc.
- Head and neck reflexes are on the toes. Massaging the toes is equivalent to massaging the head and neck.
- The entire spine reflexes is on the medial aspect (inner side of the foot). Working on this reflex spot is useful for ailments of the spinal disorder and nerve problems.
- The chest reflex is below the toes; work on this reflex is useful for lungs and heart ailments. Abdomen reflex is below chest reflex and pelvic reflex is below abdomen reflex.
Foot Reflexology Chart - Planter Foot Map
Reflexology foot chart (the picture above) is the body reflex in the foot soul (planter aspect). This map shows the bottom side (planter) of the foot. The Planter side chart covers almost 90 to 95% of the entire body. Planter map is the most popular and generally used reflexology chart.
Reflexology Chart - Dorsal foot map
Dorsal aspect is visible when looking down. This map shows the topside (dorsal) of the foot. The dorsal side chart covers teeth, jaw, throat, upper lymphatic, breast, and shoulder.
Reflexology Chart - Medial foot map
This map shows the inner side (medial) of the foot from the big toe to the heel. The medial chart covers cervical, thoracic, lumbar, bladder, uterus (in women) and prostate gland (in men).
Reflexology Chart - Lateral Foot Map
Lateral side is the opposite of the medial side. Lateral foot map shows the outer side (lateral) of the foot from little toe to heel. The lateral chart covers wrist, elbow, shoulder, knee, hip, sacrum, ovaries (in women) and testes (in men).