Reflexology Foot Massage

‘By stimulating the nerves on the feet, this profoundly relaxing treatment may help to restore your bodies natural balance …’

Reflexology is a healing system that incorporates massage and acupressure, usually on the feet, to balance and unblock an associated part of the body.

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The organs and systems of the body can be mapped out on the foot and working these areas can both maintain health and promote healing. It is also a powerful aid for relaxation and stress reduction and as such may support healthy functioning of the immune and digestive systems. Reflexology may be an effective treatment for:

  • Migraines and headaches
  • PMS
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Poor sleep
  • Digestive problems including IBS

Try one of these Amazing combinations…

 

Reflexology & Hot Stone Massage

The ultimate combination for deep relaxation and pampering, this massage combines reflexology foot massage and Hot Stone Massage.
£65 for 75 minutes. Book here

Reflexology & Deep Tissue Massage

For the best of both worlds why not combine deep tissue massage with relaxing Reflexology – feel amazing from top to toe.
£60 for 75 minutes. Book here

Reflexology & Aromatherapy Massage

A powerful therapeutic combination of Reflexology and Aromatherapy massage.
£60 for 75 minutes. Book here

Reflexology & Reiki

A healing combination of Reflexology and Reiki.
£50 for 60 minutes. Book here

Reflexology & Acupuncture

The roots of Reflexology stem from Traditional Chinese Medicine. By first treating the reflex zones of the feet we can stimulate the energy flow of the body before adding acupuncture for a thoroughly balancing and therapeutic experience.

£65 for 75 minutes. Book here

Reflexology & Natural Face Lift

An intense lifting treatment for the face, neck, head and mind combined with relaxing Reflexology / foot massage

£60 for 75 minutes. Book here

Whilst complementary therapies may play an important supporting role in improving your health and well being, they are not intended as a substitute for medical advice or treatment. If in doubt please consult with your doctor