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Reflexology is a form of bodywork that involves applying pressure to the hands and feet to produce changes in pain and other benefits elsewhere in the body.


Treatment Time: 30-60 minutes


What to Expect

A typical treatment is 30 to 60 minutes long and begins with a health history form and consultation about your health and lifestyle. The reflexologist will use the information to customize the therapy.

You may then be asked to remove your shoes and socks and sit comfortably in a reclining chair or on a massage table. The reflexologist will assess the feet and stimulate various points to identify areas of tenderness or tension.

Brisk movements and massage may be used to warm the hands and feet. Finger or thumb pressure is then applied to the foot using reflexology techniques. Lotion or oil may be used, and the reflexologist may also use instruments like balls, brushes, and dowels.

Conditions Treated

How it Works

The underlying theory behind reflexology is that there are certain points or "reflex areas" on the feet and hands that are connected energetically to specific organs and body parts through energy channels in the body.

By applying pressure to reflex areas, a reflexologist is said to remove energy blockages and promote health in the related body area. Here are some examples of reflex areas and their corresponding body parts:

  • The tips of the toes reflect the head

  • The heart and chest are around the ball of the foot

  • The liver, pancreas, and kidney are in the arch of the foot

  • Low back and intestines are towards the heel

How Often?

  • Stress: 1x/week during times of high stress or anxiety

  • Headaches/migraines: 1x/week for 6 weeks or until symptoms improve, then 1x/month thereafter

  • Digestive problems/insomnia: 2x/week until symptoms improve, then 2x/month for maintenance

  • PMS/menstrual disorders: 2x/week beginning 2 weeks before menstrual cycle 

If you’d like more information about Reflexology, get in touch today.

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