Reflexology is an ancient therapy that dates back to 2700 B.C.E. It is an ancient healing art and almost all major cultures have a version of Reflexology. This effective therapy focuses on promoting healing by activating the different reflex points in your hands and your feet which causes responses in the corresponding parts of the body. Reflexologists see a map of your body in your feet, your hands, and even your ears.
During a session, our Reflexologist uses their hands to stimulate specific sets of points which are tailored to each individual and their condition. Reflexologists work within a long tradition and understanding that your feet mirror your general health. Applying pressure to specific points can promote relaxation and circulation, reduce pain and tension, improve mood and sleep, and increase the sense of well-being.
Here are a few of the benefits that Reflexology can offer you:
- Reduce tension and stress
- Improve relaxation
- Balance and increase energy
- Improve circulation and lymphatic return
- Stimulate nerve function
- Improve neuro-motor function
- Help with headaches and sinus problems
- Helps with digestive issues
- Help reduce pain related to joint inflammation and chronic pain
- Improve over-all health & well-being
Please note that Reflexology does not treat specific illness or conditions and is not a substitute for medical treatment and care. Our Reflexologist does not provide a diagnosis.
Initial Consultation and Treatment
The initial session includes a review of your health history and discussion of your needs and concerns with our Reflexologist. During the treatment, our Reflexologist will then activate the reflex points in your hands, feet and ears until the whole body has been treated. Enjoy your relaxed state of mind.
60 Min. – $80 + HST
Follow Up Treatment
Reflexology feels different to each individual. Based on your health and wellness goals, follow up appointments may be suggested by our Reflexologist.
45 Min. – $65 + HST
Coverage may be available with your private insurance company. A prescription from your primary health care provider may be required to facilitate your claim.