Reflexology is the practice of strategically applying pressure to areas of the hands and feet as they correspond with specific body organs. By stimulating nerves on these areas of the hands and feet, we can stimulate blood flow and reduce toxins in these organs and body systems.


Reflexology not only feels great but it is a beneficial tool for…

  • Relaxation and stress relief
  • Improving circulation
  • Relieving pain
  • Detoxification
  • Recovering from surgery
  • Stimulates Immune Function


Reflexology works to put the body in the state of well-being and helps every system of the body. Many pregnant women will often complaint of headaches, nausea, backache, stress and anxiety, sleeplessness, fatigue, constipation, swollen ankles and digestive problems. Reflexology is often the treatment of choice since just bending over to tie your shoes can become cumbersome.

People with such illnesses as

  • Allergies
  • Chronic sinus problems
  • Acid reflux
  • Migraines
  • PMS
  • Menopause
  • Insomnia
  • Fertility problems
  • Plantar Fasciitis


And even Arthritis has been helped tremendously by reflexology treatments.


Does your feet ache?  Or do they just feel tired sometimes?

Reflexology just may be the answer! It awakens every organ in your body and helps them to function normally. In a society that relies heavily on chemically-laden prescription drugs to cure the sick, reflexology provides success stories worth examining.

If you’re recovering from surgery it can be a dream come true. Studies have shown that patients that receive reflexology after surgery experience far less pain than the patient receiving painkillers alone. People are surprised to discover they get many of the same benefits from reflexology as they do from a massage without having to remove their clothes.


How Long is a Session?

A typical session lasts 45 minutes or one hour for a full hand and foot treatment. 


What Happens During a Session?

The treatment starts with a foot scrub using massage oil and Epsom Salt followed by and nice warm foot bath. After a few minute soak you can relax on the massage table with your head and feet elevated to receive the remaining treatment to both hands and feet.


It just may be the answer you’ve been searching for!

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