Reflexology Foot Chart

Foot/Hand Reflexology

With an estimated 100 to 200 thousand exteroceptors in the sole of each foot, your feet are among the most nerve-rich parts of your body. Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary health therapy, based on the theory that the entire body is mirrored in the feet and hands. The reflexologist applies special techniques and pressure to the hands and feet and is then able to discover deposits under the skin which correspond to an issue within the body or a blockage in the energy flow.  Reflexology aims to increase blood flow and to help remove congestion in the body. This helps the body to rebalance and heal itself by improving and optimising your physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. To assist with easing of symptoms, Acupressure can be applied in the treatment.

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Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage (RLD)

Reflexology Lymph Drainage (RLD) is a reflexology technique focussed on stimulating the lymphatic reflexes on the feet to bring about a positive change in the lymphatic system of the body.

Studies have shown that with repeated treatments of Reflexology Lymph Drainage the fluid build up doesn’t return to the maximum level experienced by the client.

RLD can be used to relieve symptoms of these conditions too:

  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Eczema
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Lipodema
  • Fibromyalgia
  • ME
  • Sinus problems
  • Migraines
  • Headaches
  • Muscular tension
  • Aches and pains
  • Premenstrual Syndrome

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Advanced Facial Reflexology

Facial Reflexology aims to help your entire body function at its optimal level, improving your health and wellbeing. Facial Reflexology helps a variety of including migraines, bruxism, Bell’s palsy and sinus conditions, it also helps you to look younger and have a healthy glow.

The face provides a beautiful and precise tool to read what is going on within the body’s internal organs, central nervous system and neuro-biological systems.

You can read more about Advanced Facial Reflexology here.


AromaReflex is Reflexology with the added therapeutic benefits of Essential oils, which are blended specifically to suit individual needs and which absorb extremely well through the feet/hands to affect the whole body. It is an extremely relaxing and nurturing treatment.

Your own blend of oils will be applied throughout your treatment. You will be given your blend in a pot to take home with you (on your first treatment) so that you can maximise the benefits to your session.

You can read more about AromReflex here

Thai foot and leg massage

Thai foot and leg massage treatment is a unique and powerful therapy and an ancient form of therapeutic healing. The treatment involves the use of thumbs, hands and a wooden acupressure tool, massage is applied to the lower legs and feet using rubbing, kneading, stretching and vibration techniques.

It also involves working the Sen lines (energy lines) that correspond to the meridians of Chinese medicine and the Nadi of Indian yogic tradition.

You can read more about Thai foot and leg massage here 

Hot Stone Reflexology

Hot stones are incorporated into a reflexology treatment using large stones to warm and massage the legs and feet/hands, and small stones to work reflex points and more specific areas. It is estimated that one stroke of a hot stone is worth five strokes of a hand. It is also believed to yield five times deeper and five times longer lasting effects compared to a normal reflexology session. The heat helps to relax the muscles in the feet/leg/hands allowing me to work deeper into the reflex areas.

Read more about how Hot Stone Reflexology can help you here.

Ayurvedic Foot Massage with Bowl

Ayurvedic Foot Massage

Ayurvedic foot massage is a specialised massage of the feet and lower legs using oils and a small bronze bowl or ‘wand’.

The marmas (vital energy points) are an important part of Ayurvedic anatomy. As with reflexology, these points correspond to internal organs and systems of the body and are worked on in all Ayurvedic treatments. There are 107 marma points, which form vital energy channels running throughout the body; some of these points are located on the legs and feet.

Read more about how Ayurvedic Foot Massage can help you here.


Menopause is a natural change in the female reproductive system.

Perimenopause and menopause Reflexology treatments to help ease your physical and emotional symptoms without the side effects associated with drug-based treatments.

Read more about how Reflexology can help Perimenopause or menopause here