Reflexology is a gentle, non-intrusive complementary health therapy that uses gentle massage and subtle manipulation of points on the hands and feet to bring about change in the body. The effect is two-fold: the body is able to begin to heal itself naturally, but also the mind and emotions are able to respond to a touch that is forgiving and caring.

The theory is that reflexology helps the body to restore its balance naturally. Every organ and area of the body has a reflex point on the feet and hands, and manipulation of these points stimulates the corresponding organ or system. A reflexologist uses hands only to apply gentle pressure to these reflex points. A reflexologist may detect tensions and small deposits in the feet, which indicate blockages to the body’s natural energy pathways, and such congestion can result in symptoms or possibly disease. A reflexologist will stimulate these obstructions by gentle pressure on the feet, releasing toxins and improving all circulation, and this in turn will encourage the body’s natural ability to rebalance itself.

Stress in known to be a huge contributor to illness – some say that 75% of illness is caused by it – and this is where reflexology can be hugely helpful. An important part of reflexology is foot massage, a gentle rhythmical movement over and around the foot that can induce a feeling of calm and improve both your sense of wellbeing and your mood. More importantly though it can allow the body to begin to relax so that it can release the pain, tightness and discomfort that stress brings.
It is suitable for all ages from the very young to the elderly and provides a natural way to support your health and wellbeing.

Please note: Reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe. It is a very individual treatment which is tailored to you as a whole person, taking into account both physical and non-physical factors that might be affecting your wellbeing. Reflexology is effective, but because it is so individual it can be in ways that you least expect.


Initial Treatment (up to 75 minutes):


Subsequent treatment:

60 minutes: £40


Key worker discount:

all treatments £20

What happens when I have a treatment?

On the first visit a consultation will take place in order to determine your past and present state of health and lifestyle.

It is only necessary to remove tights/socks and shoes to allow access to the feet and lower legs. Once settled, you don’t need to move until the end of the treatment, allowing for complete relaxation. Should you wish to move however the treatment is flexible. Your comfort and ability to relax is always paramount.

The feet are gently wiped down and an appropriate lotion is massaged into the feet. The treatment consists of a general massage of the feet, followed by stimulation to the reflexes in specific areas of the feet, ankles and toes.

A treatment lasts for approximately 60 minutes.

A course of treatments may be recommended. The application and effect of each treatment is unique to the individual and any possible side effects will be discussed prior to the Reflexology.