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What is reflexology?


Reflexology is a form of body work. The feet, hands, face and ears are a map of the body and there are reflex points on theses areas that correspond to specific organs, glands and systems of the body. Each can be done seperately or combined into FULL BODY REFLEXOLGY treatment

Reflexology is very beneficial in helping with stress and stress related conditions, tension headaches, digestive disorders, arthritis, insomnia, hormonal imbalances, sports injuries, menstrual disorders, back pain, ect.  Facial reflexology is excellent for anti-aging.

Reflexology is a popular alternative therapy. It promotes relaxation, improves circulation, reduces pain, soothes tired feet and encourages overall healing. It is also used for post operative or pallative care.

Full Body Aromatic Reflexology


Inlcudes reflexology of the feet, hands, face, ears with the addition of spinal reflexology. Each vertebrae is related to an organ gland and system. Imbalances are found along the spine and corresponding essential oils are used in a specific application.

Full Body Reflexology without spinal reflexolgy is also available,

Spinal Reflexology


Nature chose to protect the delicate structure of the brain, spinal cord, and spinal nerves, by placing them within “protective armour”.

The brain is housed within the skull, and the vertebrae (backbones) are home to the spinal cord.

The spinal cord runs through  little holes in the vertebrae, then branches out along the spine and connects with the tissues of the body, providing them with nerve control.

The greater part of an individuals “well-being” depends on the condition of the spine.

The skin is covered with reflex points and areas. Through various bio-electric mechanisms, these sites correspond with specific internal organs. Some skin reflexes occur directly above their internal counterpart while others correspond
with distal sites.


When these reflex areas are treated with massage,hydrotherapy, aromatherapy or some other type of therapeutic stimulation, a reflex action is elicited in a corresponding organ.

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