two formats

Available for 60 or 90 minutes.
Special offer for new clients.

special offer

For your first appointment, an extra 15min will be added to go through your consultation form

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You can either make an appointment with us via email at, call us, or chat with us via whatapp.
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  • £65 for 75 min (15min chat + 60min treatment)
  • £95 for 90 min (15min chat + 90min treatment)

Upon making a booking, you will receive an email reminder 2 days prior to your appointment.

If this is your first appointment with us, you will also receive a New Client Consultation Form via email the day before your appointment.

Please complete this form because we will not be able to treat you until you have and completion on the day will be part of your appointment time.

Follow Up

  • £65 for 60 min
  • £95 for 90 min

We’re delighted to offer follow-up appointments for reflexology to enhance your well-being and continue your journey towards optimal health.

To schedule a follow-up appointment, simply reach out to us through our website or contact us directly.

During your follow-up session, our reflexologist will take the time to understand any changes in your health or areas of focus since your last visit. This information allows us to tailor the treatment to your unique needs, ensuring a holistic and effective experience.

Whether you’re seeking relief from specific ailments, stress reduction, or overall wellness, our follow-up appointments for reflexology are designed to support your ongoing journey towards balance and vitality.

Schedule your follow-up appointment today and continue your path to enhanced well-being with our dedicated reflexology services. We look forward to serving you and helping you achieve optimal health.

Common Questions

Reflexology is an alternative therapy that involves the application of pressure to specific points on the feet, hands, and ears. It is based on the principle that these points correspond to different organs and systems within the body and that applying pressure to them can promote healing and balance. The practice of reflexology has been around for thousands of years and has roots in both Eastern and Western cultures. Ancient Egyptian and Chinese texts reference the use of reflexology for healing purposes, and it was also practiced in India and Japan. The modern practice of reflexology, however, began in the early 20th century with the work of Dr. William Fitzgerald, an American ear, nose, and throat specialist. In 1915, Fitzgerald published his landmark book “Zone Therapy,” in which he described how the body could be divided into ten zones, each of which corresponded to specific parts of the body. He believed that by applying pressure to specific points on the feet and hands, he could relieve pain and promote healing in the corresponding zones. In the 1930s, Eunice Ingham, a nurse and physiotherapist, expanded on Fitzgerald’s work and developed the modern practice of reflexology. Ingham mapped the entire body onto the feet, with the toes representing the head and the heel representing the pelvis. She also identified specific reflex points on the feet that corresponded to specific organs and systems in the body. Ingham’s work was popularized in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s by her student, Dwight Byers, who founded the International Institute of Reflexology. Today, reflexology is practiced around the world, with various schools of thought and techniques. Many people find reflexology to be a relaxing and beneficial therapy for a variety of health conditions.

Reflexology is a complementary therapy that involves applying pressure to specific points on the feet, hands, or ears, known as reflex points, to promote relaxation and stimulate healing within the body.

According to reflexology theory, these reflex points correspond to different organs, glands, and other parts of the body, and by applying pressure to these points, it is believed that energy flow can be restored, allowing the body to heal itself.

Clinical reflexology is a form of reflexology that focuses on using the principles and techniques of reflexology for therapeutic purposes in a clinical setting. This approach typically involves a more structured and systematic application of reflexology techniques, as well as the use of medical assessments and other diagnostic tools to target specific health issues. The goal of clinical reflexology is to provide relief from physical and emotional symptoms, and to promote overall wellness and balance in the body. It may be used to address a wide range of health problems, including pain, stress, sleep disorders, digestive issues, and hormonal imbalances, among others.

Here are some of the benefits associated with reflexology:
  1. Reduces stress and anxiety: Reflexology can help to reduce stress and anxiety levels by promoting relaxation and reducing tension throughout the body.
  2. Improves circulation: By stimulating the nerve endings in the feet, reflexology can help to improve blood flow and oxygenation to the organs and tissues throughout the body.
  3. Alleviates pain: Reflexology has been shown to be effective in reducing pain associated with conditions such as arthritis, migraines, and back pain.
  4. Boosts immune system: Reflexology can help to boost the immune system by stimulating the lymphatic system, which helps to remove toxins and waste products from the body.
  5. Enhances mental clarity: Reflexology has been shown to improve cognitive function and enhance mental clarity, which can be helpful for those experiencing brain fog or difficulty concentrating.
  6. Promotes better sleep: Reflexology can help to promote better sleep by reducing stress and tension in the body, allowing for more restful and rejuvenating sleep.
Overall, reflexology is a non-invasive and relaxing form of therapy that can help to improve overall health and wellness. However, it is important to note that reflexology should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment, and anyone with a serious medical condition should consult with their healthcare provider before trying reflexology or any other alternative therapy.

Classical music has been my first love, and I’ve had the privilege of being a member of the Philharmonia Orchestra since 2005.

Over the past 25 years, I’ve traversed the globe as a professional musician. This hectic lifestyle, while fulfilling, led to various health challenges. As such, I began exploring complementary health therapies to mitigate these issues. My innate curiosity drove me to delve deeper into these therapies, and along my journey, I encountered individuals who guided me towards clinical reflexology.

Reflexology, to me, represents a soft yet effective approach to assist individuals with their health concerns. These may range from stress, back complications, muscle tension, fatigue, or migraines, to name a few.

Kindly ensure to cancel promptly if you foresee an event that might prevent your attendance. I request at least 24 hours notice for any cancellations. Not adhering to this could result in a charge equivalent to the full cost of the appointment should you fail to show up with less than 24 hours notice.

Concerning late arrivals: adhering to the set appointment time and duration is crucial. I understand that sometimes, unforeseen circumstances can lead to a late arrival or early departure. While this is acceptable, please note that it’s not possible for me to compensate for any missed time by extending the current session or adding extra time to future appointments.


Reflexology map by Maria Mosconi / Hans Lucas