Reflexology is a Holistic massage therapy which provides a whole-body reset. Through targeted massage to specific points on the feet and ankles (the reflexes) it can support with a whole range of conditions and well-being issues. As leading specialists in foot health, we embrace the health and wellness benefits of Reflexology. At its simplest, reflexology is deeply relaxing, but its therapeutic power really lies in its potential to support with full body and mind wellbeing. From reducing muscular tension, digestive challenges, and sleep difficulties to managing symptoms of conditions including migraines, stress, PMT, and more.
Performed in isolation, or following a pedicure in one of our clinics, our expert reflexologists will help you relax and rebalance your whole-body system.
Every bespoke Reflexology treatment at Margaret Dabbs London begins with a brief consultation with your Reflexologist. This ensures it is tailored to your needs and targets your own personal wellbeing, the treatment itself lasts around 45-50 minutes, and begins with gentle awakening foot massage strokes, and is completed with a final re-balancing foot massage. The Margaret Dabbs London award-winning, signature and pure professionally formulated foot products facilitate gentle, flowing massage movements and awaken the senses. Available at our London, Alderley Edge and Cheltenham Clinics.
(Reflexology is not suitable during the first trimester of pregnancy or whilst suffering from any infections to the feet or nails. Please contact one of our experts if you have any questions).
Available at our Clinics in Notting Hill, Richmond, and Alderley Edge.Book Treatment
Usually, after a treatment you will feel relaxed with an improved sense of well being, however everyone’s experience is completely individual . After care advice will be given and a treatment schedule can be set up to suit you and your needs if desired.
Prices start from £75
Treatment available out our Margaret Dabbs London Clinics in Notting Hill, John Lewis, Alderley Edge and Cheltenham.