|Posted on Friday, July 08, 2005 - 21:16: |
This is something that puzzele me.
I'll be happy to hear someone's view on the subject.
Reflexology is knowen to be an efficient tool, and yet it's points are not on the Accupuncure meridians.
Why not make them accu points? Is this an objection to Reflexology, or it is unwillingness to change the traditional points.
|Posted on Sunday, July 10, 2005 - 11:52: |
Reflexology, as implied by its name, is based on the recognition of specific areas on the body, especially the feet, that have a reflex connections through the CNS to internal organs and tissues.
It is a totally different mechanism than the Jing-luo system and the acupuncture points.
|Posted on Friday, July 15, 2005 - 10:38: |
This is nice to notice that Reflexology means connecting to reflexes.
How about accupuncture doesn't the Qi move the nerveus system too (in addition to blood and fluids) ?
What is Jing-lou ?
|Posted on Friday, July 15, 2005 - 20:40: |
Yes of course. The Jing-luo (ching-luo) is the meridian system in Chinese.