A complete reflexology therapy session uses many different techniques and includes all of the points on both feet (and perhaps the hands and ears). The session generally starts at the fingers or toes, and works down to the heel of the hand or foot, then works the areas on the sides and top.

By working all of the points, the reflexologist addresses internal organs and glands as well as muscle groups, bones, nerve ganglions (solar plexus, brachial plexus) and nerves (sciatic) during a session.

Foot Reflexology massage can be a deeply relaxing and therapeutic modality for those suffering from plantar fasciitis, ankle injuries or even everyday work and play. This will not only help relieve toe pain, ankle pain, plantar fasciitis and common forms of arthritis, but can also decrease stress and anxiety in the entire body. With pain and sensitivity in the foot, heel and calf areas, be sure to communicate your pain levels with your massage therapist during your treatment. It is also a good idea to rest after receiving the reflexology massage.


Here are some of the advantages -

»  Relaxation

»  Improved Circulation

»  Helps prevent foot and ankle injuries

»  Reduces the effects of depression and anxiety

»  Helps with headaches and migraines

»  Lowers blood pressure

»  Helps with flat feet and plantar fasciitis

»  Helps alleviate symptoms of PMS and menopause

»  Reduces effects of edema in pregnant women