Reflexology, more than just a foot massage, reflexology believes our intricate bodies have corresponding trigger points in our feet, lower legs, hands and ears. Reflexology uses a type of massage that promotes the healing of organs and your body systems, such as the nervous system.

Reflexology is a complementary therapy to many medical treatments. It promotes healing as well as overall well-being, relaxation and improves your circulatory system.

It is not painful, using similar techniques and styles to Swedish massage.

Your practitioner will spend some time with you discussing your medical and lifestyle prior to your treatment.


Unless incorporating reflexology with another massage, you will remain fully clad. You will be asked to sit in a comfortable chair or massage table. Your practitioner will traditionally focus on the feet.


Your practitioner will begin by assessing your feet. They will stimulate various areas of your foot to note where tension and soreness may be. Your practitioner will use brisk movements to warm up the feet before beginning the treatment.


They will use oil or lotion and begin with ass they will massage in long firm strokes. You may note sections that are tender or sore. Your reflexologist will quickly be able to tell you which organ and body system it relates to. They will work to release the energy around that body part by firmly massaging that area of the foot, until the tenderness subsides.


The treatment will be around 30-60 minutes depending on the structure of your session.

  • Reduced stress
  • Relieves digestive issues
  • Improves circulation
  • Rejuvenates and revitalizes cells to support the healing process
  • Alleviates insomnia
  • Assists hormonal balancing
  • Helps alleviate back pain


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