Is reflexology safe?
Reflexology is a safe and non-invasive practice for anyone, even those with severe health conditions.
Reflexology is also beneficial during pregnancy, helping you with symptoms like morning sickness, digestive issues, and pain. We are certified in fertility and maternity reflexology, so we can
bring harmony during this exciting yet challenging time. If you are pregnant, please let us know.
In any case, we’ll tailor treatment to your situation, prioritizing your safety and comfort.
Is reflexology painful?
Reflexology focuses on applying gentle compression to hands and feet, which may involve tender spots. Yet, it should never be painful. We might find tightness and sensitivity, but that typically
disappears during or shortly after the session.
What can I expect during a mobile reflexology session?
We start by getting to know you, your health concerns or conditions, and your goals. We’ll explain how reflexology works, answer your questions, and make a plan adapted to your needs—focusing on
your hands, feet, or both.
Then, wear something comfortable, kick up, and enjoy. If you have a recliner or chair with a footstool, we can use them; otherwise, we’ll provide a zero-gravity chair. You can play your favourite
music or opt for silence—whatever works for you!
We’ll sanitize your skin by soaking, washing, and scrubbing your feet if you go with the full foot reflexology treatment. Next, we’ll utilize our Soothing Hand & Foot Balm and apply pressure to your
reflex points with different techniques.
Depending on the service, sessions may last 30, 60, or 90 minutes. After treatment, you may feel calm, relieved, emotional, or energized. It’s all normal!
Should I get hand or foot reflexology, or both?
All your reflex points are found on both hands and feet, so deciding between hand or foot reflexology is entirely up to you and your particular preference.
For example, if you work with your hands or spend all day typing away, you might choose hand reflexology to help release that tension.
How often should I get reflexology treatments?
It depends! You can have weekly sessions for a particular condition, add them to your regular manicure or pedicure, or book them
occasionally to relax and decompress.
Clients with mobility issues love the results of biweekly treatments. And those looking for stress relief typically opt for monthly sessions.
We’ll suggest how often to receive treatment based on your time, budget, and needs.
Is reflexology covered by insurance?
Yes, reflexology is covered by many insurance companies in Canada. Check with your insurance provider to confirm if your plan covers reflexology treatments. If so, you can submit receipts for
Ready to Relax and Restore?
Book reflexology treatments ahead to ensure a date and time that works for you.
You can also get on the waitlist for last-minute openings or request recurring appointments by filling out the contact form.
Can’t wait to see you!