Foot reflexology/massage price


What is the reflexology

Reflexology is the physical act of applying pressure to the feet and hand with specific thumb, finger and hand techniques. It is based on a system of zones and reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands with a premise that such work effects a physical change to the body. By using the thumb and fingers in a particular way to massage the relevant reflex points, pain and other symptoms in the corresponding area of the body can be alleviated.

The History of Reflexology

Around the world and throughout history reflexology has been rediscovered and reinstated as a health practice time and time again by peoples around the globe seeking to deal with health 

concerns. Archeological evidence Egypt (2330 BCE), China (2704 BCE) and Japan (690 CE) points to ancient reflexology medical systems. In the West the concept of reflexology began to emerge in the 19th century, based onresearch into the nervous system and reflex. While no direct evidence of direct cross-fertilization from ancient times has been discovered, the practice of foot and hand work in a variety of cultures, belief systems and historical periods speaks to reflexology for health as a universal bridging concept.  

Benefits of reflexology 

Reflexology can be very helpful for people sufering with: 

Stress and stress-related conditi



Digestive disorder



Hormonal imbalances

Sports injuries

Menstrual Disorders (PMS)

Digestive problems, such as constipation


Back pain

We encourage all who want to get a healthier life to try it. We have the very good offer for our loyal customers in and around The Villages. 

Type of body massage technique

Relaxation/Swedish Massage

Over time, the body builds up unhealthy amounts of stress hormones in response to work, traffic, relationship problems and more. These hormones can cause physical problems, like digestive issues, headaches and sleeplessness. Our relaxation massage decreases the amount of stress hormones in the body, leaving clients feeling completely relaxed and rested.

Ashiatsu--- The oriental bar therapy

Ashiatsu is a type of massage therapy that the therapist walks on the client's back, using bars for support to vary pressure and weight. The name comes from the Japanese, “ashi” for foot and “atsu” for pressure. Ashiatsu is ideal for large muscles, such as thigh, or for long-duration upper trapezius compressions. Please try our Ashiatsu, the oriental bar therapy. Our therapists will give you the deepest relaxation without pain usually combined with traditional deep tissue massage.


Shiatsu is a Japanese form of bodywork. The word “shiatsu” means "finger pressure". Instead of fingers, we also use elbow to increase the effect. Like acupuncture, shiatsu is based on the holistic system of traditional Chinese medicine, where illness is thought to result from imbalances in the natural flow of energy, or qi (pronounced "chee") through the body.Shiatsu is an excellent way to reduce headache, shoulder and back pain. Please try our Shiatsu massage, it will give you a surprise.

Trigger Point Therapy

A trigger point (also referred as a muscles knot) is a very tender spot in the body, often an isolated area within a particular muscle group - which will cause tingling, numbness, shooting pain,and various discomforts in areas at a distance from the source of the trigger point. We identify and work very specific points of the body, specifically those locations where the pain occurs. Our Trigger point therapy will provide the best method of treatment for the pain.

Foot Reflexology

Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique similar in principle to acupuncture. It is based on the concept of life energy which flows through "meridians" in the body. In treatment, physical pressure is applied to acupuncture points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians. 

Deep tissue

A Deep Tissue Massage targets the deep layers of connective tissue and muscle throughout the body. Using slow strokes to apply pressure, the massage focuses on areas of defined pain and tension. Injuries or chronic muscle tension can cause adhesions, more commonly referred to as knots, to form in the tendons, ligaments and muscles. These adhesions are rigid, often painful and they can block proper blood circulation, impede natural movement and cause inflammation and pain. When the muscles are deeply massaged, blood flow throughout the body is increased. The better blood flow reduces inflammation and therefore relieves pain.