Reflexology Carlton
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15 phone bookable Reflexology venues in Carlton

Sladen Jennifer

Sladen Jennifer

111 Botany St, Carlton 2218
Reflexology
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Michelle Wise - Remedial Massage, Cupping, Reflexology, Aromatherapy

Michelle Wise - Remedial Massage, Cupping, Reflexology, Aromatherapy

12 Bonalbo St, Kingsgrove 2208
Reflexology
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Putahraksa Thai Massage

Putahraksa Thai Massage

446 Forest Rd, Bexley 2207
Reflexology
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Armon thai massage

Armon thai massage

150 Railway Parade, Kogarah 2217
Reflexology
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Reflex 2 Health

Reflex 2 Health

2 Russell Ave, Sans Souci 2219
Reflexology
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Natural Power Massage

Natural Power Massage

Shop/10 Rockdale Plaza Dr, Rockdale 2216
Ear Candling, Reflexology
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Kogarah Chinese Massage

Kogarah Chinese Massage

10 Station St, Kogarah 2217
Reflexology
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F&J Thai Massage & Day Spa Ramsgate

F&J Thai Massage & Day Spa Ramsgate

237A Rocky Point Rd, Ramsgate 2217
Moxibustion, Reflexology
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Total Wellbeing Homoeopathy & Reflexology - Dr. Connor Terri

Total Wellbeing Homoeopathy & Reflexology - Dr. Connor Terri

14 Pitt St, Mortdale 2223
Homeopathy, Reflexology
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MacDonald Kay-Combined Natural Therapies

MacDonald Kay-Combined Natural Therapies

308 Kingsgrove Rd, Kingsgrove 2208
Reflexology
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Total Wellbeing Homoeopathy & Reflexology

Total Wellbeing Homoeopathy & Reflexology

14 Pitt St, Mortdale 2223
Homeopathy, Reflexology
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Suratchawadee Thai Massage

Suratchawadee Thai Massage

362 Rocky Point Rd, Ramsgate 2217
Reflexology
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Soleful Heeling Reflexology

Soleful Heeling Reflexology

Melvin St, Beverly Hills 2209
Reflexology
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Oulianoff Natalie

Oulianoff Natalie

31 Emily St, Hurstville 2220
Reflexology
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Comfee Foot Massage

Comfee Foot Massage

Shop 4/1 Rose St, Hurstville 2220
Ear Candling, Reflexology
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Questions & Answers

When should I get reflexology?

If you're feeling overall a bit run down, or have some stubborn aches and pains that other therapies haven't managed to knock out, it could well be time for some reflexology.

How often should I get reflexology?

This is one to discuss with your practitioner, but you can expect to go in for an initial course of six to eight weekly treatments, and then less frequently once you're feeling better.

Does reflexology hurt?

Reflexology is typically pretty gentle, so you shouldn't feel any pain. Points of tension in the feet may be uncomfortable when pressed, but if it's more than that, or if it lasts, let your therapist know.

How much does a reflexology treatment cost?

Reflexology costs about $95 on average.

How long will a reflexology appointment last?

Reflexology treatments take about 75 minutes on average.

What is reflexology?

Reflexology is an alternative style of treatment that focuses on applying pressure to certain parts of the feet. It is believed that certain pressure points in our feet are connected to our internal organs and the application of reflexology is aimed to help with internal concerns. It's also great for relaxing sore and tired feet.

What's the difference between reflexology and a foot massage?

Reflexology is all about treating the body as one connected being. It's believed that certain pressure points in our feet, when pressure applied, connect to our internals. Whereas, a foot massage is purely about relaxing and alleviating any tiredness from.

What should I do after reflexology?

Relax, essentially. Many people feel very relaxed post-reflexology, so we'd advise you to capitalise on that and take some time out. It's also quite common to feel heightened emotions after a session - just go with it.