Ear reflexology is not as well-known as foot or hand reflexology, but it is just as effective for relieving stress and pain. Application of ear reflexology is fast and easy. It is ideal to use when other health conditions make the more traditional reflex therapies unsuitable because of cuts, scrapes or other more serious injuries.
In this image you will find the pressure points in ear. Click and see it bigger:
You can follow these steps to start your EAR massage:
Step 1: Check reflexology chart ears to find the reflex points to any particular issue you are experiencing so you can be sure to focus on those points during the session.
Step 2: Sit in a comfortable chair in a quiet room.
Step 3: Put your hair back if it is long or can interfere with reflexology.
Step 4: Start with the ear lobes of both ears. Press your lobes and you gently pull them down - only a gentle tug downward, do not pull hard or you may experience pain.
Step 5: Trace the outer edge of the ears up and about. Repeat this movement several times.Sit in a comfortable chair in a quiet room.
Step 6: Identify sensitive areas in the ears, if any. Pay attention to any place in the ear more sensitive feel, any irritation or pain when you press or squeeze.
Step 7: Starts at the top of the right ear and slowly make the thumb and index finger is placed along the outer edges, continuing to the end of your ear. Apply pressure to the outside edge of the ear gently press and release each point along the ear. For best results, repeat this procedure at least five times. Go slow and keep the pressure for at least five seconds before slowly moving down to the next point.
Step 8: Repeat this process on the left ear.
Step 9: Work on internal cracks ear, if you wish, as there are many reflex points there too. Reflexologists ear professionals typically use a small stick to work these points because the fingers are too large to detect a reflection.