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LaVonda Walton


LaVonda Walton, Reflexologist

LaVonda Walton, Reflexologist

LaVonda Walton certified as a Reflexologist at the Focus on Healing Institute in Washington D.C. in 2004 and as a Level 1 Reiki Practitioner in 2010. Her clients say that she makes you feel as though you are walking on clouds. Call 919-241-5032

Lavonda’s Reflexology is a protocol of manual techniques, such as thumb and finger-walking, hook and backup and rotating-on-a point, applied to specific reflex areas predominantly on the feet and hands. These techniques stimulate the complex neural pathways linking body systems, supporting the body’s efforts to function optimally.

Reflexologists believe the entire body is mirrored on the feet and hands through a system of reflexes. Reflexology is the application of pressure to these reflex areas. Discomfort at a sensitive area may indicate stress at a reflex point. Many of these reflex points known as acupressure points, are concentrated on the hands, feet and ears, forming a miniature reflection of the whole body.

Balance Body Systems

* Respiratory system: asthma, mucus.
* Nervous system: anxiety, stress, insomnia, headaches, depression.
* Reproductive system: menstruation, libido, infertility, Balances hormones.
* Digestive system: digestive disorders, improves absorption of nutrients.
* Lymphatic system: the body’s defense against disease and infection.
* Musculo-skeletal system: aches/pains, arthritis, backaches, stiff joints.
* Genito-urinary system: bladder, kidneys.

Benefits of Reflexology

  • Reduce stress and tension
  • Improve circulation
  • Detoxifies the body of uric acid and Crystalline deposits
  • Revitalizes and energizes the body
  • A preventative health care tool
  • Stimulates creativity and productivity
  • Improves sleep patterns
  • Balances the emotions
  • Encourages the natural healing process
  • Nurtures Relationships

Relaxation through reflexology may help the body to balance any kind of stress it is experiencing. Reflexology is so rewarding to me because it is a very special way to bring together couples, families and friends.

Your Reflexology Session

During the reflexology session, the area under treatment may feel tender, especially if any of your organs, glands or other systems is sluggish because of an underlying problem. Stimulation of the reflex points sometimes causes tenderness, but it will help them function more efficiently. Tenderness may lessen after a few sessions as your body heals.

The benefit of reflex stimulation is cumulative and long-lasting. Chronic and acute conditions can be alleviated with regular treatments, however, should be used in conjunction with your conventional medical care and not as a replacement of traditional health care.

The use of the principles of reflexology helps reduce these tensions within the body, allowing an increased relaxation of the body, mind, and spirit so that the body can systematically heal itself. For example, the body’s metabolism does not function well when waste products such as uric acid or excess calcium are deposited as crystals within muscle tissue, primarily in the hands and feet. Reflexology helps eliminate these crystalline deposits so that they do not interfere with the transmission of electrical impulses through the nervous system.

The body’s various systems are organized along specific meridians or reflex zones. The ancient Chinese physicians called this the life force – called Chi – is an energy pathway that is subject to interference and blockages imposed by each person’s lifestyle and health habits. Removing such blockages allows for a free flow of this energy, and manifests itself in improved circulation of blood, increased lymphatic detoxification, and improved energy, all of which help your body function more efficiently and heal itself.

She completed the “Touch of Heart” series at the Potomac Massage Training Institute (PMTI) in Maryland in October 2002. The extended series is designed to teach anatomy and hands-on techniques on specific areas of the body, including neck and shoulders, hands, feet, face and back. Special emphasis is placed on body awareness, self-care and massage as a shared communication process.

Ms. Walton worked on numerous wellness seminars and events in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia (DMV) area. She worked at the local Fire Departments, Federal Employee Wellness Programs, Civic Church Groups, Iverson Salon Plaza, Wedding Ceremonies, Law Firms, Medical Employee Rehabilitation Center and serviced individuals from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service as well as clients seeking a reduction of stress and tension from high stressed work environments and utilizing Reflexology as a preventative health care tool.