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Suburb / Postcode
Service / Treatment
5 Lloyd Street, Strathmore 3041
Deep Tissue Massage, Pre and Post Natal Massage, Reflexology, Remedial Massage, Sport Massage
Thai Royal Orchid Massage
2 1192 Sandgate Road, Nundah 4012
Deep Tissue Massage, Foot Massage, Neck Massage, Reflexology, Body Massage
Bamboo Therapeutic
215A Glenferrie Road, Malvern 3144
Leg Massage, Spa, Chinese Massage, Shoulder Massage, Cupping
Endless Beauty
4 / 116 Cockman Road, Greenwood 6024
Male Waxing, Leg Waxing, Spray Tanning and Sunless Tanning, Eyebrow Tint, G String Wax
Le Beau Monde
1/60 Hardware Ln, Melbourne CBD 3000
Brazilian Waxing, Eyebrow Sculpting, Male Waxing, Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture
Vibe Ayurveda
6/54 Kilby Road, Kew East 3102
Facial, Hair Treatments, Head Massage, Body Massage, Nutrition
Noah Therapy
20 Falcon Street, Crows Nest 2065
Reflexology, Deep Tissue Massage, Body Massage, Remedial Massage, Chinese Massage
B3lle Medispa
205 Clovelly Road, Randwick 2031
Eyelash Tint, Underarm Waxing, Acne Treatments, Pedicure, Face Mask
Beauty Blitz Figure and Beauty Salon
3/94 Wembley Road, Logan Central 4114
Facial, Rosacea Treatment, Homeopathy, Eyebrow Waxing, Shellac Polish
Saradar Thai Massage & Art Gallery
649 Burwood Road, Hawthorn East 3123
Body Scrub, Face Massage, Skin Treatments, Head Massage, Body Massage
Regimen Massage
Shop 6A/ 168 Gowan Road, Sunnybank Hills 4109
Shoulder Massage, Leg Massage, Skin Treatments, Oil Massage, Neck Massage
Eye on Beauty (inside HAIRayz Salon)
Shop 11 Upstairs in Bronberg Plaza (inside HAIRayz Salon), 138-152 Slatyer Avenue, Bundall, Bundall 4217
Microdermabrasion, Therapeutic Massage, Eyebrow Tint, Swedish Massage, Makeup Lessons
Aqua Hair Design
15 Saint Mangos Lane, Docklands 3008
Hair Highlights, Reflexology, Men's haircuts, Body Massage, Nose Piercing
Lavender Massage Therapy
327 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick 3185
Shoulder Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Head Massage, Leg Massage, Foot Spa
Core Wisdom
1 Welfare Parade, Ashburton 3147
Chakra Healing, Reiki, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Counselling, Reflexology
Bio Functional Medicine and Brunswick Naturopathy
446 Lygon St, Brunswick East 3057
Aromatherapy Massage, Breast Enhancement, Reflexology, Cupping, Foot Massage
Harmony Relaxation Massage
1/498 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
Deep Tissue Massage, Neck Massage, Sport Massage, Shoulder Massage, Reflexology
Hampton Thai Massage
5a 544 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
Reflexology, Foot Massage, Relaxation Massage, Body Massage, Foot Reflexology
Gold Coast Massage and Day Spa
50 Nerang St, Southport 4215
Leg Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Facial, Ear Candling, Head Massage
Spring Beauty & Therapy
20-22 McKillop Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
Oil Massage, Leg Massage, Chinese Massage, Foot Treatment, Back Massage
Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture - St Kilda
166 Acland St, St Kilda 3182
Stone Massage Therapy, Foot Spa, Chinese Massage, Chinese Medicine, Head Massage

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The chances are you've already experienced reflexology, but may not have realised it was happening. You see, reflexology is often incorporated into a massage.

Reflexology is an ancient healing method, which focuses on your reflex points. These are specific areas on your body, most often on your feet, hands and ears.

Possibly dating back as far as 4000 BC, it is believed these reflex points correspond to other parts of the body, and can be used to promote healing and good health.

Reduces Stress & Pain

During the 1890s, Sir Henry Head and Sir Charles Sherrington further explored this ancient art, finding evidence of a neurological relationship between the skin and our other organs. They believed the whole nervous system could respond to a stimulus.

This makes perfect sense, when you consider how calm, relaxed and de-stressed you feel after a reflexology session. A lot of it is to do with increased blood flow, which takes more oxygen and nutrients to our internal organs.

What's more, reducing stress and tension can actually reduce physical pain.

Zone Theory

Getting back to those reflex points of ours, they actually fall into different zones. In fact, the phrase 'zone theory' is often used by reflexologists. Zone theory divides our bodies into 10 vertical zones - and that's how you choose the right reflex points to treat specific problems.

For example, the spot between your second and third toe refers to your eyes. Pretty cool, right? And very similar to the meridians used in Chinese medicine.

Reflexology is a very popular and accepted treatment and people choose it for all kinds of reasons. For some, it's simply because you feel so great afterwards. For others, it's part of a de-stress program that includes massage.

It Just Feels Good

Some people use it to support the conventional treatments they are receiving for major illnesses.

You see, with reflexology, there doesn't have to be a particular reason to book a session - you do it because it just feels so good.

Having said reflexology blends so well with massage, it's also worth noting that you remain clothed for a reflexology session. So if you have previously found massage uncomfortable or embarrassing, reflexology would be perfect for you.

Great Benefits

Reflexology delivers so many great benefits, we at BookWell want the boss to hire an in-house reflexologist!

  • Energy Levels - If you're feeling tired and sluggish, it could be that your body is out of balance. A reflexology session can help with that by clearing blockages and boosting metabolism.
  • Nerve Function - It is believed that reflexology can stimulate over 7000 nerve endings in one session, improving flexibility and functionality.
  • Toxin Removal - Eliminating toxins from our bodies can reduce the likelihood of disease and illness. For example, reflexology has been shown to reduce urinary tract problems.
  • Headaches - Reflexology can help remove both the physical and psychological problems that cause headaches and migraines.
  • Speeds Up Healing - Thanks to the boost in metabolism and increased blood and oxygen flow, reflexology can help us heal faster.
  • Cancer - No-one is claiming that reflexology cures cancer but it has been shown to help reduce the side effects of chemotherapy.
  • Pregnancy - Reflexology is a gentle treatment and is considered beneficial during pregnancy. It can also reduce the risk of post-partum depression. Reflexology can also help relieve period pain.

Reflexologists don't claim to heal people; the belief is that they bring your body back into balance, so it can start to heal itself.

And when it comes to the side effects of reflexology, the biggest one may be yawning. True. This is such an enjoyable and relaxing treatment you could easily fall asleep.