Neurolymphatic Reflexes (NL) are probably the more popular reflex used to balance muscles.

They can be used:

  • to balance a single muscle: see NL – Muscle Correction;
  • to enhance the detoxifying abilities of the body: see NL – Massage.

There are quite a lot of differences among the different authors (cited as references of this unit of knowledge) in the association between a single NL reflex and muscles. There are also wide differences in how the reflex area is described.

I tried to unify the definitions and include all different NL described in the sources. Knowing that a muscle have different possible NL can help us achieving a better result. I personally test all of them and check for priority using the Priority Mode before balancing.

NL reflexes are here divided in 2 groups according to their localization in the body. This is useful when we are Massagin All NL. In Applied Phisiology:

  • Anterior NL: are used to balance an excess of energy (overfacilitated muscles);
  • Posterior NL: are used to balance a deficit of energy (underfacilitated muscles).

When reading the description of a muscle or of a NL reflex you will see also which Author links them so you can easily start checking from the ones linked to the Authors you are more familiar with.