Face, Hands & Feet Massage

Through the nerve endings, a professional reflexologist is able to stimulate any area of the body and maintain the balance between all body systems.

Massage of face, hands and feet.


Podal reflexology:

Foot reflexology is the technique most used by reflexologists. Apart from being one of the most sensitive parts of the body, the different parts of the body are reflected on the feet. For this reason, through the manual techniques of foot reflexology, symptoms and discomforts of the whole body can be alleviated, establishing points of correspondence between the different parts of the body and their relevant areas of the foot. However, the reflex areas of our body are not only found in the feet, we also have them in the hands and face. Thus, this technique has led to two more branches: facial reflexology and hand reflexology.

Facial reflexology:

The benefits of facial reflexology are linked to the relief of musculoskeletal pain, regulation of organic functions, treatment of paralysis, emotional imbalances and activation of blood microcirculation. While hand reflexology enhances the immune system, it revitalizes energy, reduces stress and contributes to the elimination of toxins.

Reflexology of hands:

It consists of a massage by circular pressures of the thumbs, in the areas corresponding to the organs and glands, following the projection of the reflex zones. The effects of the treatment can be explained based on the ways in which reflexology acts:

  • Electrical stimulation through the Nervous System, which transmits information to the brain regulating glandular secretion.
  • Direct action on the organs by the reflex zones.
  • Purely energetic action.
  • Decreased insomnia.
  • Reduce stress.
  • Improved blood circulation.
  • General relaxation.