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Reflexology

 Reflexology is a non intrusive treatment, where the therapist presses Pressure points all over the feet. In Chinese medicine, different body parts correspond with different pressure points on the feet. Your therapist uses a "foot map" to identify different points on your feet and works on these as needed with soothing light and rhythmic pressures.

In a Reflexology treatment you will be fully clothed, just shoes and socks off, then you will get comfy with blankets and cushions, then reflexology will begin, using pressure points all over the feet and ankles, detoxing the corresponding area of the body.

(All 30 min treatment times include 5 min for feed back and 5 min to get changed)



Reflexology may be beneficial in helping to relieve-

  • Aches and pains

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Trouble sleeping

  • Poor digestion

  • Back or muscle pain 

  • Hormonal problems/mood swings 

  • Lack of energy

  • Jet lag

  • PMT and PMS

  • Fatigue

  • Wound healing


Reflexology will help you Feel good, boost your system to work better, bringing balance to the body and mind. Whether you are seeking relaxation or addressing your health concerns, reflexology can help.
All treatments are adapted to your needs.  xemz 

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More about Reflexology 

Reflexology goes back to the Egyptian times, where it is depicted in old Egyptian painting. Dr Shelby Riley was the pioneer of Reflexology during the 1930. Fitzgerald called his work Zone analgesia, he was responsible for formulating the first chart. Dr Fitzgerald then went on to discover that application of pressure on zonal pathways via the feet, hands not only released pressure but in majority of causes relieved the undergoing causes as well.

The reflexes on the feet are a mirror image of all the organs, glands and parts belonging to the body. When there problems with a body part, the corresponding reflex in the feet will reveal sensitivity when pressure is applied, working through these reflexes brings about changes in the body and consequently a reduction of symptoms as well as reductions in the sensitivity of the reflexes.

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