Foot Reflexology massage therapist applying pressure with her thumbs on a male foot


Foot Reflexology massage therapist applying pressure with her thumbs on a male foot

What is foot reflexology massage?

Foot reflexology massage (or simply foot massage) is based on the belief that our key vital organs are connected to specific zones on our feet.

Your foot reflexology massage therapist will ask you if you have any particular ailments and try to focus your treatment by pinpointing the pressure applied to your feet in the corresponding zones.

For example, your toes correspond to the head and neck area, and therefore problems such as asthma and sinusitis are treated by applying pressure to each toe during the massage.

The ball area of your foot is associated with your lungs, shoulders and other areas around your chest, whilst your stomach, liver and intestines are associated with the area of your foot where it is widest. Finally, the heel of your foot is believed to correspond to your buttocks, thighs and calves.

When receiving a foot massage, it is particularly helpful to communicate any pain or problems you have been feeling in other body areas, so that your masseuse can focus more on the matching parts of your feet.

Our foot massage is performed by qualified reflexology specialists and is a holistic treatment that stimulates the natural healing process within the body, inducing a deep state of relaxation. By applying unique pressures to the ten zones of the feet, the body returns to a state of balance and wellness, improving blood circulation and aiding the process of detoxification.


Is there a foot reflexology massage therapist near me?

To find a home visit foot reflexology massage therapist in London near you now and book a session head over to our booking system and enter your postcode. They can visit your hotel room also.


Will I feel better after just one treatment?

We believe any massage can make you feel better after just one treatment. However, it is generally recommended that a course of treatments be allowed for if the full true benefit is to be felt. Reflexology and massage in general is no different to other health improvement techniques – regular and continuing treatments are most likely to give longer term lasting benefits.


What other types of reflexology are there?

As well as feet, reflexology techniques are also quite commonly applied to hands and ears. However, our treatment focuses on your feet as these are by far the most important area for this methodology.



What are the benefits of foot reflexology massage?

Below are just some of the many areas that foot reflexology massage is believed to be able to help with:

  1. Arthritis
  2. Asthma & sinusitis
  3. Chronic fatigue
  4. Depression
  5. Migraines & headaches
  6. Panic attacks & anxiety
  7. Skin disorders
  8. Stress & insomnia


Is it a good idea to get foot reflexology massage in my hotel room or at home rather than a clinic?

We think a mobile massage is the best way to receive foot reflexology because you can sit back and relax on your favourite armchair while your masseuse massages your feet. Feel free to put on your favourite music for your massage, read a book or even watch TV during the treatment!