Reflexology & Massage

 Bath Maine (207) 443-2572

Reflexology is a protocol of manual techniques, such as thumb and finger-walking, hook and backup and rotating-on-a-point, applied to specific reflex areas predominantly on the feet and hands. These techniques stimulate the complex neural pathways linking body systems, supporting the body’s efforts to function optimally.

The effectiveness of reflexology is recognized worldwide by various national health institutions and the public at large as a distinct complementary practice within the holistic health field. 

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​Facial AcuZone Reflexology is a new form of reflexology that includes acupressure on Chinese meridian points, Indian Marma points, muscle massage, lymph drainage all targeted on the head and neck and mapped using longitudinal zones and transverse landmark lines. Reduces stress and tension, is deeply relaxing, assists lymph drainage, stimulates nerve endings, calms the mind, improves tone of facial muscles and skin, and enhances circulation and oxygenation to tissues and brain.  May be helpful for headaches, migraines, stress, and sinus issues. It works with the meridians accessed through the head and the zones. Working Chinese meridian points (there are 12 energy pathways in the body) in the head can help open up blockages along the meridian and working the zones helps open up blockages in each zone. The body has 10 zones. 10 fingers, 10 toes and the body is equally divided up into sections called zones. In the reflexology zone theory, energy moves up and down the zones.

There are reflex maps on the face that correspond to all the parts of the body. Reflexology on the face involves rubbing and circles instead of finger walking like on the feet or hands. It can be very effective. Trigger thumbs were healed by working the face reflexes for the hands. It is incredibly relaxing and induces a sense of well being, so it is especially great for anxiety and depression. The ears can also be rubbed slowly which induces this same deep relaxation and sense of well being. Clients LOVE it! An additional 15-30 minutes can be AMAZING added to your massage or foot reflexology session.

Facial Reflexology

After a foot reflexology treatment, my whole body feels cleansed, my feet smaller. JR - Health Kinesiologist

"It was completely rejuvenating; I felt that my energy was well-balanced. " LS- retired

Reflexology may be included as part of your session or as a half hour or full hour session. A footbath and footscrub may be used to start the relaxation process. You may choose to have just foot reflexology or include hands and ears. Relaxation techniques are used at the beginning to loosen the feet or hands and then a firm touch is used, so you will not find it ticklish.


Research shows that reflexology helps relieve pain, stress, insomnia, post traumatic stress syndrome (effects wear off after 3 days), kidney stones (pain relief, also excretion was faster), migraine, kidney function improvement, infertility, gout, headaches, decreases fatigue, increases blood flow to intestines, diabetes (daily for 30 days, though I have seen improvement once a week), cholesterol & triglycerides (reduction when done 5-6 times a week for 4 weeks), colic, arthritis and more.


Try reflexology to see how it helps you.


Reflexology is a system of reflexes. There is a map of the body on the feet, hands and ears. Working with finger, thumb and hand techniques on the reflex points that correspond to all body parts, relieves stress, induces deep relaxation, increases circulation of the entire body and helps you feel better.  Everyone responds differently. Some of my clients find it helps their health condition dramatically, others that it helps keep their condition controlled while receiving regular reflexology sessions, and still others find it relaxing though it doesn't seem to help their condition. I often hear a client say they feel "in sync again" or feel "balanced" after a session.

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"It feels like you are working inside of me."

Reflexology For The Feet, Hands And Ears

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