Not Just a Foot Massage!
“I have sore feet. Can you help me?”
As a reflexologist, I hear this question a lot and the answer is an enthusiastic, “YES!” Can I ever help you!
What clients often have in mind when they think of reflexology is a simple foot massage but it is so much more than that! Reflexology is a practice that can dramatically improve your overall well-being. The benefits of reflexology are endless.
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms due to an active lifestyle or standing for lengthy periods of time on the job, then reflexology is the perfect treatment:
Reflexology is an alternative holistic therapy that enhances health and wellness. How do we do this? It’s a non-invasive therapeutic treatment applied to the feet using thumb techniques. Reflexology also helps to stimulate the flow of energy to all parts of the body.
Many people don’t realize that reflexology is a health care solution that uses natural methods to aid the body's healing process. Many of the problems associated with aches, pain and restricted movement can be reduced or eliminated simply by applying reflexology over a period of time. It has been proven as an effective treatment for:
The treatment is performed by a professional (such as Wendy!) who will use thumb and finger to apply gentle pressure to specific points of the feet. Some people find this form of therapy relaxing and soothing. Others find it more energizing. It is believed that reflexology can help to boost your
Support a healthy pregnancy
Improve athletic performance
Promote overall health and well-being
You can have your first reflexology session on a day when you're feeling good. Have someone massage your feet and/or hands, and you can start enjoying the benefits before you know it!
Relax the Mind, Balance the Body, Indulge the Feet by calling to book your reflexology treatment in New Glasgow 902-755-9675 and Truro 902-893-9675.
Our two locations help people from all areas of Northern Nova Scotia including Antigonish, Port Hawksbury, Sheet Harbour, Guysborough, Tatamagouche, Pugwash, Truro, Enfield and more!
Submitted by: Wendy Dooling, Certified Reflexology Therapist