"By cleansing your body on a regular basis and eliminating as many toxins as possible from your environment, your body can begin to heal itself, prevent disease, and become stronger and more resilient than you ever dreamed possible!"


Dr. Edward Group III



  • Lasts 60 minutes, including an initial consultation.

  • You will be seated in a comfortable reclining chair or on a massage table.

  • The reflexologist will begin by relaxing your feet through flexing and similar motions.

  • Next, your feet will be assessed through the stimulation of various points in order to identify areas of tenderness or tension.
    Pressure is then applied to precise reflex points according to your treatment plan.

  • You may feel minor sensations or nothing at all.

  • For most people, the session is very relaxing. However, certain pressure points can be a little bit uncomfortable, but we like to think that this is where the magic is happening. 

  • The therapist may choose to work on the hands as well.

  • The modern-day use of reflexology is based upon ancient therapeutic practices that were used in both China and Egypt.

  • Contemporary reflexology is a system of massage that uses reflex points on the feet or hands.

  • Did you know that your foot has over 7,000 nerve endings? Each one is a minute reflex point that corresponds to different parts of the body. When precise massage movements are applied to the nerve endings, a flow of energy is stimulated and released to the part of the body in need. Gradually, the body’s equilibrium is restored, enhancing its ability to heal itself. 


  • Detoxification – boosting energy and improving wellbeing.

  • Promotion of self-healing – aiding a balanced body and mind.

  • Relaxation – reducing stress and relieving depression.

Reflexology is also useful for treating the following specific ailments:

  • Anxiety

  • Arthritis

  • Back pain

  • Bladder problems

  • Digestive disorders

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Hormonal imbalances

  • Insomnia

  • Irritable bowel syndrome

  • Menopausal problems

  • Period pain and PMS

  • Respiratory problems, including asthma

  • Slow Circulation

  • Sports Injuries


Reflexology is not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy. People with diabetes, osteoporosis and other similar ailments need to be handled differently.

Reflexology is a complementary treatment; it is not a substitute for medical treatment.