At-home foot massage benefits
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A calming foot massage to reduce anxiety and stress
Targeted massage to clear energetic pathways for a sense of overall wellbeing
Why get a reflexology foot massage?
Reflexology foot massage is a treatment that works for almost everyone – young and old, and those recovering from surgery.
Reflexologists apply pressure to specific areas on the hands and feet which they believe correspond to the rest of the body. As well as working to deeply relax, the massage is intended to restore energy balance throughout the body.
What happens during a reflexology foot massage Birmingham?
Your mobile reflexologist will arrive at your home with everything needed for your massage. Some therapists bring a full massage bed with them, while others will simply work with you sitting in a chair.
After a consultation covering your medical history and any current conditions, they'll begin the foot massage. They'll clean and warm your feet and then use wax or oil to perform the massage.
Reflexology massage Birmingham FAQ
Urban operates across the city of Birmingham and even beyond in Coventry and Leamington Spa.
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A reflexology foot massage is a fantastic way to unwind after a day of shopping in Birmingham City Centre or The Bullring, or to energise before a night out at The Mailbox.
No, we only offer reflexology foot massage in Birmingham at the moment.
A reflexology massage is an effective method for reducing tension and anxiety. According to the theory, certain zones on the bottoms of the feet correspond to bodily regions. It is also believed that issues including fatigue, sciatica, back pain, and migraines may be alleviated by activating these zones.
No, reflexology is a manual treatment performed with hands rather than acupuncture needles and it targets the feet, not specific pain points on the body.
Check your therapist’s bio before booking to see if they offer reflexology for pregnancy. Otherwise, try our specialist pregnancy treatment, suitable from week 14 of pregnancy.
Don't book if you're unwell with cold or flu symptoms, or if you have a contagious skin disease or infection on your feet. Reflexology also should be avoided if you have a foot injury, open wounds or a blood clotting issue like current thrombosis or embolism.
If you have a health condition and you're unsure if reflexology foot massage is contraindicated, ask your GP before booking.
Your therapist has the right to cancel treatment if they believe proceeding would put you or them at risk.