Single Session (60 minutes)

£35.00

Block Booking (4 sessions)

£120.00

Is there really a map of the body in the feet?

  • A specialist complementary therapy.​
  • Involves the insertion of small, sterile, disposable needles, or sometimes the application of electro-acupuncture.
  • Used extensively in the drug and alcohol field.
  • Over 70 different acupuncture points on the ear, each relating to a specific body organ or system.
  • Relatively painless.
  • Works well alongside reflexology.

REFLEXOLOGY​

EAR ACUPUNCTURE​

  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Panic Attacks - Depression 
  • Sub-Fertility & IVF/ICSI Support
  • Autoimmune & Inflammation Related Disorders (i.e. lupus, CFS, interstitial cystitis, labyrinthitis)
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Pain Management, including chronic headache & migraine
  • Neck and Back Tension
  • Sleep Quality

No! A 2014 study (Akin Korhan et al. 2014) demonstrated that reflexology lowered the vital signs (heart rate, blood pressure and respiratory rate) of unconscious, ventilated patients - therefore proving the impact of reflexology to be much more complex than simply a placebo effect. 



  • Non-invasive.
  • Touch and pressure based.
  • Normalises vital signs (heart rate, respiratory, rate etc).
  • Encourages oxytocin release.
  • Encourages local perfusion (blood flow to vital organs).
  • Helps with lymphatic drainage and pain management.
  • Recommended for stress and anxiety.

Sessions

Reflexology is a deeply relaxing, non-invasive touch based complementary therapy, primarily involving the feet. Reflexology is capable of ticking many helpful boxes when used to support health and well-being. From normalising vital signs (heart rate, etc) to increasing local perfusion (blood flow) to organs in the body, reflexology is a very special therapy indeed.

About Reflexology

Yes! fMRI (brain) and Colour Dopplar studies have confirmed that specific areas of the feet correspond with specific organs of the body (Nakamaru, 2008; Miura, et al., 2014, Sudmeier et al., 1999, Mur et al., 2001).


Are the positive outcomes people report in reflexology simply part of the placebo effect?

What Can Reflexology Help With?