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Ask a foot reflexologist, and they'll tell you the feet are the keys to keeping the whole rest of your body in check. It's all about energy flow, and you can expect to walk out feeling extra flowy yourself. We've had friends who have had a strong response to foot reflexology - from serious giggles to even shedding a few tears. You're in just the right spot to find the best foot reflexologists in Melbourne if you're open to a foot massage with a body-qi boost. Price wise, things tend to wind up around $95 on average. Not so bad, right?
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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.