Reflexology

with

Yasmin Lang

Byron Bay Massage Therapist

What is Reflexology

Reflexology is a complementary therapy that primarily uses massage of the feet and lower legs to support balance and wellbeing throughout the body. Reflexology with Innermost Harmony also incorporates arm and hand massage which is especially supportive if the client needs to remain seated. Through the gentle engagement of pressure points and compression, its techniques allow tension to be released by unblocking locked up areas and encouraging the body’s natural flow of energy.

While Reflexology is a form of massage therapy, it is not a typical massage. It focuses on the feet, lower legs, hands and arms by stimulating the specific reflex areas that energetically correspond with vital organs. Many clients have also reported experiencing support for their posture, neck and back issues through the reflexology treatment.

Benefits of reflexology can include relaxation, improved circulation and balance within the body.

Reflexology is not a scientifically proven medical treatment for disease, but studies suggest reflexology may be a helpful complementary treatment, particularly for stress and anxiety and also may assist with alleviating the symptoms of PMS.

When you engage a reflexologist who brings a caring quality of touch it can be relaxing and anxiety reducing, many clients say that they feel calmer and less anxious after a reflexology session.

For people who feel a lot of tension in their feet, reflexology greatly supports relaxation. Clients, especially older clients, say that it feels as though they are more steady on their feet after a session. Many clients also report a feeling of a ‘bounce in the step’ and a lightness and delicacy when they walk.
As reflexology applies gentle and supportive touch, it may lift your mood and increase energy levels. Massage therapy generally may increase relaxation and a sense of well-being and also support with positive mood changes.

A more relaxed and settled state also supports with stress and anxiety levels.
Reflexology can support to

  • Unblock and encourage the natural flow of energy
  • Reduce lower back pain
  • Support relaxation and decrease anxiety
  • Calm body and mind

The Benefits of Reflexology

Reflexology has been found to be of benefit during different stages of pregnancy.

It can assist as additional and complementary support for, tiredness and general wellbeing.

While there has been some question on the legitimacy of reflexology, modern research has been dedicated towards exploring its practice and benefits.

Studies have looked into the effects of reflexology in terms of health and quality of life. Reflexology may assist women in coping with symptoms in late pregnancy with a reduction in the levels of stress, tension, anxiety, discomfort, irritability, pain, and tiredness.

Reflexology during pregnancy care has been used as a form of pain relief for lower back pain, as support for tiredness and to reduce ankle oedema, as well as being found to support reduced pain during labour.

Benefits on Health and Quality of Life

  • Additional support during pregnancy and after-birth
  • Reduced stress, tension and anxiety
  • Relaxation
  • Reduced pain
  • Reduced tiredness
  • Lift mood and give a feeling of well being

Why Choose Us

Innermost Harmony is committed to creating a safe and comfortable environment for our clients. If you’re interested in the benefits our reflexology sessions, we have highly skilled and trained reflexologists to meet your outcomes.

Reflexology is a healing art for the body and a non-intrusive therapy. The session only requires primary contact with hands, feet and legs. Treatment does not involve you having to get undressed.

Clients have often reported that after treatment, they have left feeling more centred and calm.

  • Safe & Comfortable Environment
  • Professional Reflexologists
  • Relaxing Experience
  • Non-intrusive Therapy
  • Highly Recommended

Problems Reflexology May Support

Reflexology can be used to support clients experiencing a number of health issues and contributes to a more balanced quality of life.

It may offer support to those seeking assistance with:

  • Anxiety and tension
  • Back Pain
  • Back Pain experienced during pregnancy
  • Fatigue
  • Low mood
  • General well-being

What to Expect

Our commitment is to ensure that customers can get the most out of their experience.

Depending on what you’re comfortable with, our sessions give you the choice of whether you’d like to lie down on a massage table or simply be seated.

Warm steamed towels are used to prepare the feet and again to finish the session. It involves using massage oils and creams throughout the treatment. Reflexology is not used to diagnose or prescribe.

Bookings can be scheduled for half hour sessions or for the full hour.

Location

Innermost Harmony’s clinic and mobile massage service is based in Byron Bay NSW. We use a mobile service for massages in the following areas: Bangalow, Ocean Shores and Ballina.

Clinic Address: Unit 4/1 Belongil Crescent, Byron Bay, NSW 2481

Bookings can be made through email or phone, of which a deposit will be requested. For the remaining payment, you can pay with cash on the day. Otherwise, methods such as direct deposit or Paypal are available.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • $90 – 1 hour

  • For your treatment you can choose to be seated in a chair or, if you prefer, lying down on a massage table. To prepare the feet they are wrapped in warm steamed towels

    Sessions can be booked as a 1/2 hour session or as a full hour. A massage can compliment (usually lower back/kidney massage is recommended)​
    A warmed massage cream and oils are used throughout the treatment. The Reflexology session is completed with steamed warm towels around the feet and lower leg area.

  • No. Only uncovering the lower legs are also incorporated during the massage.

  • Reflexology is the healing art of compressing and stimulating, specific reflex areas on the feet, hands and arms, which are related to all organs and parts of the body. Reflexology does not diagnose, treat or prescribe.