OUR SERVICES AND TREATMENTS
A Therapeutic Foot Treatment with Many Health Benefits
Reflexology is much more than a fancy foot rub. It is an alternative health treatment that involves applying pressure and massage to our body’s reflex points on the feet and lower legs, in order to trigger a physical response in the body. Although it is the best foot massage you’ll ever experience, it’s based on the principle that every single part of the body, including internal organs and body systems, are linked to a corresponding reflex point in the feet, hands, and face. Stimulating these reflex points will therefore relax the body and enable it to heal itself. On a more basic level, the relaxing effect of reflexology can help with managing stress and anxiety, which many health experts believe is related to a number of illnesses.
Why Reflexology Is Right for You
The benefits of reflexology treatments are endless. For starters, it’s known to ease stress and anxiety, which translates to reduced fatigue, improved sleep quality, greater energy, better concentration, healthier circulation, and pain relief, to name just a few of the extended benefits.
Reflexology has also shown to improve conditions related to lymphatic and immune system response, respiratory problems (e.g. asthma, allergies and chronic colds), reproductive issues (e.g. infertility, PMS, and menopause), issues with the nervous system (e.g. insomnia, Parkinson’s, and Multiple Sclerosis), digestive conditions (e.g. Irritable Bowel Syndrome and constipation). We are seeing great results using Reflexology for relief with Fibromyalgia symptoms.
60-minute Foot Reflexology session $70
30-minute Hand Reflexology session $35
30-minute Facial Reflexology session $35
What to Expect
When done properly, reflexology treatments are incredibly relaxing with no pain whatsoever. Your first session will start with a review of your medical history to ensure that every patient receives the most beneficial treatment possible. In the case of certain preexisting medical conditions, reflexology may not be a good fit.
Reflexology sessions can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the patient’s needs. You can talk or rest during the treatment—you may even fall asleep. Some patients have reported feeling a lightness or tingling in the body, as well as perspiration in the feet, loose or relaxed muscles, thirst, sleepiness, or laughing. Keep in mind that every individual’s body will react differently.