What is reflexology?
Think of your body as a road map, where every path is connected. Your hands and feet are full of pressure points, each connected to a specific body part. Reflexology focuses on those vital connections to help energize the body while promoting relaxation and well-being.
What are the benefits?
Reflexology has been used since ancient times as a natural, non-evasive form of healing therapy.
Reflexology has three main benefits:
- Relaxation and tension relief.
- Helps the body to normalize itself naturally.
- Promotes general health and well-being.
How is reflexology different from massage therapy?
Reflexology involves applying pressure to specific reflex zones in only the feet, hands or ears. Whereas Massage Therapy is the manipulation of soft tissue and the treatment occurs across the full body.
What is a reflexology treatment like?
A reflexology treatment lasts 60 minutes and includes an assessment. Treatments are customized to suit each client’s specific needs. Traditionally, each treatment is concentrated on one area of focus – either your feet, hands or ears but not multiple areas.
Who is reflexology for?
Reflexology is a natural, healing therapy suitable for most people. However, please advise us of any pre-existing health conditions or pregnancy before you book a treatment to determine if reflexology is right for you.
Is reflexology covered by my health insurance provider?
This depends on your insurance plan. While we cannot directly bill your provider for Reflexology therapy, we can provide you with a signed receipt for you to self-submit. All Reflexologists at Massage Addict are certified. For more information, please contact your insurance provider directly.
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Want to make an appointment but can’t find your clinic?
Email us with your preferred location, and we’ll let you know when that clinic is offering reflexology treatments.