Foot Massage And Reflexology

Feet being massaged

Do you love a great foot massage? Are they sore from running or standing on them all day? The reflexology massage is perfect for rejuvenating your tired feet, and give some pampering to your soles.

The foot massage package includes a one hour foot reflexology treatment, foot exfoliation and warm lime and peppermint scented foot soak.

It is also included for free in all our massage packages

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Reflexology being done on the soles of the feet

It was a fantastic treatment thank you, lovely, my therapist was a very warm accommodating lady who was punctual and easy to talk to.

She did a really good massage, and I enjoyed the reflexology which I hadn’t tried before, thank you. – Ron.


5 out of 5
July, 2013

What Is Foot Reflexology?

Soles of the feet being massaged

What Parts Of The Body
Are Reflected In The Feet?

Parts of the feet in reflexology map
  • Your head is represented in your toes.
  • The right big toe corresponds to the right of your head and the left big toe to the left of your head.
  • The eight smaller toes hold the reflexes to specific parts of your head, such as sinuses and ears.
  • The reflex area for your spine can be found on the inner sole of your feet, and your stomach is in the same area. Your chest reflex can be found in the balls of your feet, and on the same area on top of your feet.
  • These also relate to the air passages, lungs, breasts, heart, thymus gland and shoulders. The lower edge of the chest area runs across the base of the balls of the feet.
  • The whole of your heel all around your foot contains the reflexes to your pelvic area: they lie on the sole and the sides of your heel and also across the top of your ankle.
  • The limbs are on the outer edge of your foot but also, and most particularly, on the corresponding upper or lower limb.
  • During reflexology all parts of the feet are stimulated and therefore the whole body.

Where We Found The Foot Reflexology

Pedicure on feet including polish applied to toenails

Reflexology FAQ

Reflexology is based on the belief that different parts of the feet represent different parts of the body. So the belief behind this is style of massage, is that if you have a headache, massaging the toes and at the base of the toes, which represents the head region on the feet, will help remove your headache.

There are pressure points in the feet and around the ankles that are contraindicated to massage during pregnancy. Especially just under the ankles, which in reflexology is related to the uterus and ovaries, these areas are avoided as they can bring on preterm labor.

In all of Ripples spa packages, for any pregnancy massage, we will leave out the reflexology section of the package and spend more time massaging the body, or do a gentle style of foot massage instead, bypassing the ankle pressure points.

A reflexology massage has a few different techniques. There are long flowing movements up the feet and the calves to the knees that are relaxing.

The foot will also be shaken gently that is also a relaxation technique, and then the pressure point “thumb walk” will be firm across the soles of the feet. It’s not painful unless you have sore feet in which case the therapist will be more gentle.

Ripple can do a reflexology massage for any length of time. So if you would like to book just a one hour or a 1.5 hour session we can do that. We usually include a peppermint scented foot soak, and you are welcome to add on a pedicure or pedispa as well if you like.

Yes absolutely, it is hands down one of the best foot massages around and often used on its own or as post event recovery massage. It’s included in our packages with a full body massage, or we can do a shortened version as part of a one hour massage, or book you in for a one hour reflexology only treatment.

All of packages and pricing is on our price list here

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