• Reflexology

  • A natural approach to pain relief.

    Reflexology, also known as zone therapy, is a type of massage that includes applying different amounts of pressure using the thumb, finger and hands to massage feet and hands. Reflexology helps release stress and helps your body work better.


    High energy levels

    Improved Nerve function

    Good For:

    • Arthritis
    • Anxiety
    • Tension

    How can reflexology help you

    Reflexology is a therapy anyone of any age can get, from newborns to seniors. It can help you feel more relaxed and even more energized, as some people with certain medical conditions find themselves experiencing less pain and discomfort if they are at ease and less stressed.

    Advantages of Reflexology

    • Improved Nerve Function; In many parts of the body our nerve endings become less sensitive as we age, especially in our extremities. Reflexology is connected with stimulating more than 7000 different nerves in a single session, increasing their reactivity and function.
    • High Energy Levels; Reflexology increases metabolism giving an energy boost and getting rid of lethargy, feeling tired and sluggish.
    • Flat Feet; Having flat feet can lead to many issues including foot pain from standing for a long time, feet that tire quickly, difficulty walking for a long time or exercising including jumping, skipping etc. Reflexology can help alleviate this discomfort by relaxing the body, especially the sore and achy feet. Improves flexibility of ligaments and tendons and uses specific techniques on the most affected areas of feet.

    Reflexology vs Massage

    The main difference between reflexology and massage therapy is reflexology involves applying different amounts of pressure to loosen up specific zones in feet, hands and ears, on the other hand massage therapy is entirely about working on muscle to alleviate pain and any discomfort caused by stress or any injury. However, Reflexology is not specific to a certain area, massage therapy occurs across the full body.

    What to expect during a Reflexology session

    To make sure that reflexology is right for you, the therapist will ask you certain questions about your health, lifestyle, and if you have any medical condition. The answers will help them decide whether to work on your feet, hands, ear or a combination of those.

    Does your insurance cover Reflexology treatments?

    This depends on the kind of insurance plan you have, while the provider can not be billed directly for reflexology therapy, a signed receipt can be provided for you to self-submit.


    Reflexology is all about applying Pressure to the foot to relax and heal the corresponding areas of the body. A foot chart is used by the CR that guides them about different pressure points in the foot.

    Reflexology is considered to be safe for everyone, including people suffering from certain health problems, babies, children and elderly. Under these instances, the treatment is tailored accordingly.

    A person’s feet can be sensitive for a number of reasons including

    •  Medication
    • Injury
    • Surgery
    • Illness
    • Swelling

    Reflexology can help ease the pain by applying moderate pressure on sensitive feet. 

    A general feeling of relaxation will take over you after the treatment. You might also feel a little tired. A good 10-15 minutes rest is recommended if you feel tired to allow your body to rest.

    • Relief from stress and tension
    • Improved blood circulation and nerve function
    • Revitalizes and energizes the body
    • Gets rid of toxins from the body

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