The Reflexology Path



Walking on a reflexology path is the tradition of walking on a surface specifically designed to pursue health.

Reflexology paths are an exercise method popular throughout Asia as well as Germany and other European countries. The development of paths grew in these areas where traditions include targeting the feet for health-seeking goals (see below) with interest growing in the U. S.

A reflexology path is an atypical surface such as an outdoor path of stones or other natural materials or, for indoor use, an imitation cobblestone mat or the rounded surface of halved bamboo. Think of its use as walking reflexology. After all, reflexology is the practice of applying pressure to the feet and hands. Reflexology paths use gravity to naturally create the pressure usually associated with a reflexologist’s work.