Benefits of Reflexology


  • Reflexology promotes balance and normalization within the client’s body.
  • Reflexology reduces stress and causes the client to relax.
  • Reflexology improves circulation and lymphatic flow, oxygen and nutrients are delivered to the body’s cells and nerve impulse pathways are unblocked.

How does reflexology differ from massage?

In contrast, therapeutic massage is the systematic and scientific manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, and as a result metabolic imbalance is restored within the soft tissues. Massage works through the musculature.


Foot reflexology is a precious heritage of the traditional Chinese medical literature: "The foot is similar to the root of a tree. The tree dies from its root, and human ages from his foot". According to the traditional Chinese medicine, human organs are reflected at the bottom of the feet. Identifying and "Tui-na" these zones can generate amazing therapeutic results.


Acupressure is a unique style of body work developed and practiced in ancient China for over 3,000 years where pressure is exerted on acupressure points to achieve healing effects. Tuina on acupressure points has similar therapeutic effects as acupuncture, but you are saved from the application of needles. Manipulations include light or hard stroking, compression (kneading, squeezing, and friction), and percussion (striking with edges of the hands in alternation).


Tina is an important component of traditional Chinese recovery therapy in which sickness is improved by the operator's manipulations of the patient's body to stimulate the energy flow along the meridians and points.

Based on the Chinese martial arts and medical teaching of Qi-gong, a harmonious flow of Qi (life force) in the body is an indication of good health, and periodic Tuina is an excellent way to help keep your Qi flowing smoothly.