Reflexology is an ancient practice rooted in holistic healing that involves the precise application of pressure to reflex points on the feet, hands, ears and face. This therapeutic technique, backed by centuries of tradition, has evolved into a trusted complementary therapy, gaining widespread recognition for its potential to provide deep relaxation and enhance overall well-being. 

By targeting specific reflex points that correspond to different organs, glands, and systems within the body, reflexology aims to relieve tension throughout the body, stimulate energy flow and restore balance. Through massage and pressure on the reflex points, reflexologists help promote relaxation, alleviate stress and encourage the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

Incorporating reflexology into your wellness routine can offer a host of benefits. Whether seeking relief from chronic ailments or simply aiming to unwind from the pressures of modern life, reflexology provides a non-invasive and natural approach to achieving balance and vitality. If you are looking for a complementary therapy to help you feel better, reflexology is a great option to consider.

Reflexology is often used to treat a variety of conditions including: 

  • Stress & anxiety
  • Depression
  • Digestive issues
  • Insomnia & fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Muscular aches and pains
  • Menstrual cramps
  • High blood pressure 

Meet our reflexologist here. For more information or to book an appointment please call reception on 01423 797800.

Cautions & Care

It is recommended that you do not to drink alcohol for 24 hours before your reflexology appointment. It’s also advisable to avoid large meals before your session. We encourage you to drink plenty of water afterwards. Giving yourself some time after your treatment to rest and relax can enhance the benefits of the session.

It’s important to inform your practitioner of any chronic conditions before your treatment, particularly thyroid disease, epilepsy, cancer and diabetes.

Reflexology may not be appropriate if you’re suffering with foot problems such as gout, ulcers and circulatory conditions.