Advanced Electro Reflex EnergizerTM (ERE)
The Electro Reflex EnergizerTM is not just a massager! No other machine compares to this low frequency machine. Our unique massaging product is effective at producing the ultimate feeling of relaxation. It is believed, in ancient China, that the bottom of the foot can be divided into 25 parts, which represent each a different part of the body. This is otherwise known as reflexology. The modern day theories of Reflexology deal with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands that correspond to all the glands, organs and parts of the body and by using the thumb and fingers on these reflex areas one can relieve stress and tension and help naturally achieve homeostasis. This Electro Reflex EnergizerTM has many features and benefits based on these concepts.
Not just another foot massager, the Electro Reflex Energizer utilizes low frequency stimulation to provide the ultimate feeling of relaxation. No other machines can compare!
- Heating area (foot pad) keeps feet warm and soothed by heat stimulation.
- Frequencies controlled by a turntable, which obtains your desired intensity level.
- Choose from circulation-increasing oscillation actions including pounding, relaxing, and massaging.
- Easy to use timer, which can be set at 5-30 minutes in five-minute intervals.
- Replaceable electrical current transmitting pads used to pinpoint and stimulate additional areas to maximize comfort such as the neck, shoulders, and back.
- Low frequency stimulation energizes areas of your feet (reflexology) from the footpad!
- Refreshes the body's energy levels after a fatiguing day!
- 110V rated power
- Portable and lightweight for travel use.
- Provides a 1 year warranty with a 14 day money back guarantee
- A product that has been developed by a leading manufacturer in Japan that also developed the famous Chi Machine®
- Helps to relax tight muscles before running, walking or any other exercise routine.
- Quickly soothe and refresh your aching feet with the penetrating massage action.
- Computerized programs vary the speed and intensity of the oscillation massage automatically
- A control dial is available to let you set just the right amount of massage intensity
Use your Electro Reflex Energizer to promote your well-being. Just 5-30 minutes a day with the Electro Reflex Energizer will help your feet feel better, further relax and revitalize your entire body. Foot massage promotes your blood circulation while loosening tense muscle tissues. Unwind with the Electro Reflex Energizer and feel the low frequency acupressure "fingers" gently massaging the bottoms of your feet as you drift into complete relaxation.
You can also attach the electry pads anywhere on your body and use the controller to adjust the intensity, time and massage mode. Then, sit back and let the electro pads do the work.
WARNING: This device should NOT be used if you have or use any electronic medical instruments such as implanted heartbeat regulators, artificial hearts or lungs, or implanted pacemakers. Persons who are pregnant, nursing a baby, have any medical condition or are taking any prescription drugs should consult with their doctors before using.
What is Advanced ERE™?
The Advanced Electro Reflex Energizer (Advanced ERE) is an instrument that helps reconnect broken or damaged electrical circuits within the body by stimulating it with the correct wave form, current, and frequency. When there is pain in the body there is electrical resistance, meaning the electrical signals between cells are suppressed. Consistent use of the Advanced ERE can help restore the flow of electricity through the painful area so that circuits remain turned on and healing can be promoted.
The Advanced ERE™ is a multi-functional modality that has many features:
- Heated footpads to keep the feet warm and soothed by heat stimulation.
- The Advanced ERE™ has a single remote control for ease of operation.
- The remote control provides four modes of massage: pounding, relaxing, massage and auto-circulation.
- Frequencies are set by 2 output buttons on the remote control that allows the user to select the desired intensity level.
- The remote control’s internal timer can be set at 5 to 60 minute intervals.
- You can use 3 sets of Electro-pads and the foot massage mode at the same time.
- Replaceable electro-pads used to pinpoint and stimulate additional areas such as the neck, shoulders, and back.
- Portable and lightweight for travel use.
- No other product compares to this low-frequency machine.
Benefits derived from using the Advanced ERE™
- Foot massager
- Revitalizes energy
- May cleanse the body of toxins
- May adjust Autonomic Nervous System
- May improve local blood circulation
- May relieve stressful aches and pains
- May ease tension and reduce fatigue
- May assist in weight loss
1 or 2 daily sessions for 5-30 minutes each session
**Pound, Relax, Massage, Auto Circulation
**Foot Massage, Body Pressure Point Massage with Electro-pad, Combining different modes cycles for foot massage and body pressure with Electro-pad
Power supply: AC100-240V/50-60HZ
Dimensions: 16”(L) x 14”(W) x 4”(H)
Weight: Approx 6 lbs.
Operation Temp Range: 32? to 104? (0? to 40?)
Caution: This device should NOT be used if you have or use any electronic medical instruments such as implanted heartbeat regulators, artificial hearts or lungs, or implanted pacemakers. Persons who are pregnant, nursing a baby, have a medical condition or are taking any prescription drugs should consult with their doctors before using.
Note, the relationship of the thumb to the great toe, the thumb
being in the opposite position to the great toe.
The basic reason we call these areas referrals is simply because of the anatomical relationship existing between them.
For instance, it is quite easy to see the similarity of the ankle to the wrist if we were like other animals and walked on all fours. The articulated movement of the ankle would correspond to that of the wrist for motion.
Now, suppose there were a misstep and an ankle became badly sprained. As a Reflexologist, we would know that pressure would soon build up in the area of the sprain unless immediately relieved. Naturally, the ankle is too injured to touch, much less work, so we would work on the wrist, for it is anatomically related to the ankle, a logical choice to prevent soreness, swelling or other possible complications,
A referral area is an anatomically related area which can be worked instead of, or in addition to, the affection area. This is true of all referral areas.
One way to remember this is when thinking of the ankle, refer to the wrist; when thinking of the elbow, refer to the knee, etc. Your client can be taught to use the referral areas and also how to work on their hands between follow-up sessions. this exerciser will reinforce your own efforts.
And why is all of this so significant?
For the simple reason that if you can't work an area on the foot, you can work the corresponding area on the hand, or the elbow, etc. When there is a severe injury, say, a broken leg, you then simply select the corresponding area on the arm and work that area in order to help the circulation to the injured areas and ultimately hasten the healing process. The basic reason the Reflexologist uses the foot is simply because it is one of the most pampered and protected areas of the body and is one of the most sensitive to touch. Also, the foots resemblance to the body's outline makes it easy to visualize the body on the foot.
Helper areas are additional areas worked to aid the specific area of congestion. They are the reinforcements you send to aid the specific area.
For instance, a headache. You would naturally work the great toe which represents the head. To help that area, we would also work the neck, seventh cervical and coccyx reflexes as this may be the area causing the headache. A headache is usually telling us that there is an imbalance somewhere in the body.
Helper areas are just that, they are areas that when worked, help to relieve tension or congestion associated with the afflicted area. They are reflexes that may have a direct or indirect effect on the afflicted area and are the reinforcements needed to make sure you reach the desired results. You are sending help to the afflicted area.
COMMON TERMS DEFINED
MEDIAL SIDE OF THE FOOT . . . is the great toe side or the inside of the foot.
LATERAL SIDE OF THE FOOT . . . is the little toe side or the outside of the foot.
DORSAL SURFACE or DORSUM OF THE FOOT . . . is the top of the foot.
PLANTAR SURFACE OF THE FOOT . . . is the bottom or sole of the foot.
DISTAL PART OF THE FOOT . . . is the part farthest away from the body e.g. the toes.
PROXIMAL PART OF THE FOOT . . . is the part nearest the body, e.g. the heel.
BASIC THUMB TECHNIQUE . . . is executed by bending the first joint at a 45 degree angle while using the medial edge of the thumb.
BASIC FINGER TECHNIQUE . . . Is executed by working with the medial edge of the finger, in conjunction with bending the first joint of that finger.
BASIC HOLDING TECHNIQUE . . . is executed by placing the heel of the hand on the ball (metatarsal pad) of the foot with the fingers, relaxed over the toes. Push the foot back and drop the wrist. It is very important to drop the wrist because this action relaxes the longitudinal tendon.
LEVERAGE . . . is obtained by the use of the fingers in opposition to the working thumb or when you are working with the fingers, the leverage will be made with the thumb in opposition to the fingers. The leverage gives the thumb or fingers the strength and endurance for smooth walking.
RELAXING TECHNIQUES . . . are special techniques that feel very good and are designed to promote relaxation. These techniques are also used for working the relative reflex area to help improve the circulation.
PIN-POINT TECHNIQUE . . . is used when working a very small and exact reflex area, such as the pituitary gland or the sigmoid flexure. These are areas that have to be contacted with great accuracy in order to effective.
HOOK-IN, BACK-UP TECHNIQUE . . . is used when a reflex area needs to be pinpointed such as the pituitary gland, ileocecal valve and the sigmoid flexure reflexes. The medial corner of the thumb is placed on the specific reflex and instead of walking the thumb, it is pushed in and the thumb is pulled back toward the hand, then the wrist is dropped. This is a stead motion where the thumb is planted with pressure and moves slightly back towards your hand.
DIAPHRAGM GUIDELINE . . . is a thin muscle forming the floor of the chest at the base of the lungs and forms the roof of the abdominal cavity. The guideline to the diaphragm will be found at the base of the distal metatarsal heads where the skin color and texture changes.
WAISTLINE GUIDELINE . . . is found by locating the high spot on the lateral side of there foot about halfway down. This high spot is the protrusion of the head of the fifth metatarsal bone. After finding this high spot, draw an imaginary line across the foot; this will be the waistline guideline.
LONGITUDINAL TENDON GUIDELINE . . . is found on the plantar surface of the foot when the great toe is extended back. The longitudinal tendon (between the diaphragm guideline and the pelvic guideline) will protrude and feel like a taut band.
PELVIC GUIDELINE . . . is located on the medial side, at the end of the soft arch area where the heel starts. The heel itself is often darker in color and of a heavier texture. the guideline is where these two areas meet. Draw an imaginary line across the foot, this will be the pelvic guideline.
WALKING THE RIDGE . . . refers to where the base of the toes join onto the foot and is used when working the eye and ear reflexes.
CRISS-CROSS MOTION . . . is obtained by working an area in several directions, first with one hand and then with the alternate hand. Usually, you will be working at an angle across the foot from the medial to be sure you cover the whole area thoroughly. Sometimes there will be more sensitivity from one direction than from another.
CUBOID NOTCH . . . is found as you run your thumb or finger down the lateral side of the foot until you reach the low spot. This soft, hollow area below the waistline guideline of the foot will be the cuboid notch.
GRITTY REFLEXES . . . is found in the feet when you are working some of the reflexes, i.e., the neck and shoulder reflexes. They will feel like little grains of salt under your fingers or thumbs. You will have to develop some sensitivity with your fingers and thumbs in order to recognize them. Gritty reflexes are not found in all areas of the foot.
TENDER AREAS . . . are reflex areas that feel tight or grainy under your thumb and may provide the client with some discomfort when pressure is applied to this area. You can sometimes tell when you have reached a tender spot as the person tenses up or winces. Watching the client's face can tell you when to lighten your pressure.