Reflexology

Foot massage dates back to ancient Egypt and China. Over 5,000 years ago our ancestors were already rubbing each other’s feet and hands.

Reflexology, as we know it today, was developped in the late 1800s.

What is reflexology?

Methodical acupressure to a person’s feet (or hands) in order to generate a physical change to the corresponding body part.

How does reflexology work?

Also called “zone therapy,” this mixture of healing art and science is based on the premise that an energy channel encompassing 12 vital organs exists from our feet to the tops of our heads. Applying pressure with his/her hands, a reflexologist unblocks that channel to restore proper health and organ function.

 

Reflexology: goals and effects

The benefits aren’t purely physical. A good foot massage can also improve your mental and emotional state. Most of those who seek out a reflexologist are looking for relaxation and stress relief. With less stress in your life, your chance of heart disease drops considerably.

  • Increase energy
  • Relieve stress, pain, and anxiety
  • Improve blood and lymph circulation
  • Relieve pain from MS and chemotherapy
  • Stimulate activity of internal organs
  • Successfully treat liver dysfunction, constipation, IBS, chronic headaches, and skin allergies
  • Relieve pressure on legs and feet

What to wear

Please wear something loose and comfortable to lie down in. Long-sleeved T-shirt or loose shirt, with loose or stretchy trousers is ideal. If you know you tend to feel the cold, you can wear a jumper or sweatshirt and thick socks!

Arrive on time

We offer a personalised report free of charge, this takes about half an hour. If you want to make use of this extra service please calculate extra time for this.     

Time to relax

Please switch off your phone before you enter the treatment center. It is a time to relax and leave your daily worries behind.