Reflexology works on the premise that key pressure points in your body are linked to other areas, such as your internal organs. These areas ‘reflex’ when the pressure point is stimulated.
The techniques developed in many ancient cultures including Egypt, India and China. In Thailand, the techniques have become an art form with a serious college of study located prestigiously near the Royal Palace in Bangkok.
Your feet contain a dense concentration of key pressure points (7200 nerve endings) and applying Thai massage techniques to these points can have a range of benefits.
The treatment is non-invasive, non-toxic and has no side effects. It works by stimulating energy and blood flow to specific areas of your body, promoting a self-healing process.
Satisfied customers report improvements in conditions from, not surprisingly, tired feet to back pain, insomnia, allergies, stress, migraines and many more.
A Thai Foot Massage will leave you relaxed and energised with a positive outlook and a sense of true well-being.
Treatments are carried out fully clothed above the knee. Wearing loose lower garments is recommended as it is easy to roll them up and out of the way. Comfortable slip-on shoes are also a good tip as you will not want to be fumbling with laces after the treatment in your relaxed state.