Facial Reflexology

The reflexology service to help you in bringing out your inner well-being!

Facial reflexology works on the same principle as foot and hand reflexology, it aims to help your entire body function at its optimal level.  I use massage relaxing techniques and relaxed finger thumb pressure to stimulate reflex areas on the face to bring out your feelings of well-being and leaving your skin looking radiant.

Facial reflexology treatment is used to support you to relieve stress, tension and emotions that are held in the face that is brought about with your everyday stresses and strains.  It can support you with migraines, headaches, bells palsy, sinus congestion, sleep problems, anxiety and bruxism (teeth grinding). Facial reflexology not only provides well-being benefits but with the added benefits of leaving your skin looking youthful, refreshed, glowing and revitalised.

The reflexology service to help you in bringing out your inner well-being!

Your Treatment

I offer a range of techniques and treatments to suit your well-being needs, going through a thorough consultation to establish your physical and emotional well-being support to provide you with a suitable treatment.

Not everyone is the same. Reflexology is unique to you, as you are unique!

After a consultation is done, I will proceed with explanations of a treatment plan for you so you will get the optimum results from your treatment.
Treatments are done within a relaxed and calming environment within my treatment room.

My training

I trained with award-winning Ziggie Bergman at the London School of Reflexology, Regent’s University. This way of treatment was developed over 20 years ago and based on William Fitzgerald’s theory of Zone Therapy and also Native American techniques and Asian Body mapping. I am fully insured to deliver this facial reflexology treatment.


Please be aware: If you have had any Facial Botox or Facial fillers you cannot be treated for three weeks after having them.  If you have had any facial surgery you cannot be treated for three months after the surgery, or six months after surgery if you have had any complications. If you have Thrombosis, cellulitis or recent flare up, imminent medical tests or procedures, skin or scalp infections, recent head and neck injury, recent surgery, server bruising within the treatment area, epilepsy or under the influence of alcohol or recreational drugs.   If this isn’t the treatment for you, I will seek advice and suggest a relevant referral for your well-being.