Reflexology focuses on the principle that specific points on the feet correspond to various organs, systems, and energy pathways within the body.


Additional charges apply on weekends

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is based on the principle that the hands, feet, and lower leg reflexes correspond to internal organs and other physical structures.

The Reflexologist stimulates specific places on the foot according to a “micro map of the body” to access the body’s organs, muscles, bones, nerves, lymph nodes and glands. When worked on by applying light pressure, these points help remove blockages, promote healing, and are a great way to relax and de-stress.

How does Reflexology help?

Stress is estimated to cause 75% of ailments, injuries, aches and pains. Reflexology enables the body to release tension, allowing it to heal itself. Benefits include:

  • Relieve the effects of stress
  • Improve and support the immune system
  • Increase circulation
  • Clear the body of toxins
  • Relieve pain
  • Improve Digestion
  • Eliminate waste from the body
  • Promote relaxation
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Improve and balance hormonal function
  • Relax tense muscles and ligaments
  • Improve nerve function
  • Improve sleep

Several studies indicate that Reflexology may reduce pain and psychological symptoms, such as stress and anxiety, and enhance relaxation and sleep. Reflexology is also low-risk, so it can be an excellent option for people of all ages!

What’s involved in a Reflexology massage?

Your practitioner will first ask you to place your feet in a warm foot bath to commence the release of your sensors in your feet. They’ll ask a few questions to understand your needs and how best they can assist you. You will lie on the massage table and relax while they work on your feet, one pressure point at a time. The session is 60 minutes.

Additional charges apply on weekends


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Your massage will take place in a private, comfortable, quiet room. Easy listening music will be playing to help you relax, or you may choose to play your music; let the therapist know, and they will turn off the room speaker for you. Lighting can also be dimmed, so please ask if you prefer this.

Upon arrival, you will be led to our lounge area, where you will be offered herbal tea or water. You will be asked to fill in our health history client intake form, which you will hand to the therapist when they call you through to your treatment room.

Your therapist will begin by asking you general questions to establish what areas you would like to work on, if any conditions need to be addressed, and to determine what type of massage or combination of modalities is appropriate for you. Your massage therapist may perform specific assessments and testing to evaluate your condition and range of motion and see if you have any particular complaints or areas of concern.

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