Just like a referral from a close friend, Bookwell has all the right info so you can make your next health or beauty booking in Adelaide the right one. We've gathered all the clinics and salons nearby and placed them in one easy spot. Whether you're located in Morphett Vale or Adelaide CBD, you're sure to find something perfect for you. With a total of 27 five-star businesses you'll be able to select your next appointment with ease. We suggest taking your diary and flagging some well deserved TLC as a priority.
Foot reflexology is way different to a foot massage. Well, maybe not way different, but the objective and the desired results are definitely not the same. A reflexologist is looking at maneuvering and adding pressure to certain parts of the foot to promote healing and relief to certain organs of the body. Who knew that the feet were connected to our internals? So, if you're thinking of getting some pressure applied to your feet to help recentre and work on your inner qi, check out all the businesses in Adelaide that offer the service.
You're probably getting the impression that we're a little bit obsessed with your wellness and saving you time, and you'd be correct. So please, let us help you find your next Massage appointment in Adelaide. Alternatively, if it turns out we're missing that little hidden gem of a business in your neck of the woods, get in touch. We're on 1300-856-405 and at email@example.com.
You might feel energised, or super chill, or even emotional. Just honour where you're at, and stay hydrated.
Foot reflexology treatments cost $95 on average.
Foot reflexology is about 75 minutes on average per treatment.
If you're feeling in need of a bit of balance and stress relief, foot reflexology could help. Its practitioners believe that different points on the foot are connected to the body's other systems, so pressure there can relieve issues elsewhere to encourage more holistic wellbeing.
Most practitioners will recommend an initial course of four to eight weekly treatments, with subsequent appointments as needed.
It shouldn't be painful, though of course, any pressure on points of tension can be uncomfortable. Speak up if need be - your reflexologist doesn't want to hurt you.