Reflexology by Therapeaceful

Reflexology is an ancient healing therapy which has been known to man for many thousands of years.

Ancient Chinese, Indian, African and Egyptian people all practised their own methods of Reflexology, using many specific points on the feet to initiate healing. Reflexology has been rediscovered during the last hundred years and is becoming increasingly popular as a complementary therapy.

The Benefits of Reflexology

Regular Reflexology treatments can be beneficial for those suffering from the following:

Arthritis, Asthma, Chronic fatigue, Constipation, Depression and Anxiety, Digestive Disorders, Emphysema, Hay Fever, Headaches, Heart & Circulatory Disease, Incontinence, Impotence, Infertility, Menopausal Symptoms, Migraines, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Injuries, Neck, Shoulder & Back Pains, PMS and menopausal problems, Post-Operative Recovery, Prostate Problems, Respiratory conditions, Sinus problems.

You do not have to be unwell to have a Reflexology treatment. When you are sick, Reflexology is nurturing, healing and relaxing. When you are healthy, it is a relaxing treatment that simply makes you feel good.

Reflexology can...

  • improve circulation
  • improve elimination of toxins
  • decrease pain
  • create a sense of well being and relaxation

The Treatment

During a Reflexology treatment gentle pressure is applied by the thumb and the fingers to specific reflex points on the feet helping the body to heal itself. The theory is that by treating the feet you are actually treating the whole person. When we suffer from stress or discomfort, the body’s defence system can break down and we can become susceptible to all kind of illnesses.

Regular Reflexology treatments can help to keep stress levels to a minimum and to maintain health and well-being. Reflexology is not a massage. For the treatment you remain fully clothed and will be lying on a massage table or be seated in a reclined chair. Reflexology can make you feel so relaxed that you may fall asleep during treatment.


It is not advisable to have a Reflexology treatment if you have:

  • a contagious or acute infectious disease
  • had recent surgery of malignant tumour
  • foot wounds, burns or infection
  • eczema, athlete foot
  • deep vein thrombosis/phlebitis/blood clots
  • during the first 3 months of pregnancy
  • when you are using alcohol or street drugs
  • for daily users of strong pain medication such as morphine

If you have a health problem, such as high blood pressure, thyroid disease, diabetes, a pacemaker, kidney stones or gallstones and you are not sure if you should have a treatment, have a chat with your doctor before booking a Reflexology treatment.

Therapies Available:

Please use the links below to find out more about the Therapeaceful therapies available

Therapeaceful Reflexology

Make An Appointment

To make an appointment for a Reflexology session or for more information about Reflexology, please get in touch by calling Jacobine on:

Mobile: 07905 402 230.

Alternatively you can email Jacobine:

Happy Customers

"Jacobine is a personal friend who has shared her gift of Reflexology with me for over 5 years. She is a true professional in her approach, and gives such a treat to the feet! She has the ability to create a warm and calming environment and combines it with a gentle but purposeful touch. Her Hot Stone Reflexology is a special extra. I believe she has your best interests at heart!" Cath Metcalfe
Hot Stone Reflexology