Find a Reflexologist

Want to find a reflexologist?

Try our other site localReflexologist.com

It lists professional reflexologists from all over the world, and can even connect you directly to your own reflexology professional!

10 how-to-do-Reflexology.com tips to find a reflexologist and have the perfect treatment!

1.

Make sure they are qualified, ask to see their qualifications if you are in doubt.

2.

It is a relaxing therapy that should make you feel amazingly relaxed and comfortable,

if this is not the case chat to your reflexologist about it, maybe they are using too much pressure.. or find a new one.

3.

If you are paying make sure they take case notes on the condition of your feet and ask to take a copy with you,

this way if you have reflexology done again in the future you can track the progression of your feet and bodies health.

4.

Drink lots and lots of water, feel free to ask for it during the session if you need it.

5.

Body noises are really natural during reflexology,

if your stomach or your bottom make funny noises just laugh and don't worry about it as it's very common.

6.

Professional foot reflexology sessions last about forty five to fifty minutes depending on size of the feet.

7.

Take your time standing up after a professional reflexology session, and where possible get somebody to pick you up and take you home afterwards.

You may feel lightheaded and driving is not recommended.

8.

Plan to not do much after the first few reflexology sessions, reflexology has some common side affects that can last for up to twenty four hours.

Some of these include drowsiness, flu-like symptoms, increased or decreased energy, and the best way to plan for this is to have time to yourself or a quiet night.

9.

When looking to find a reflexologist they can be found working in local beauty parlours, medical centres, natural health therapy businesses,

check around your area for schools that are teaching reflexology as they will be able to point you in a good direction,

also check local business directories, a lot of reflexogists list themselves individually.

10.

Remember that reflexology does not heal anything and will never replace medical treatment.

Avoid anybody that claims to be a reflexologist that can heal medical problems.

Contact us here for our help to find a Reflexologist in your area

You can also find below a list of recommended reflexology agencies across the world.

Australia

Natural Therapy Pages

Reflexology Association of Australia 

Canada

Reflexology Association of Canada

United Kingdom

Association of Reflexologists 

Reflexology Forum

United States

Reflexology Association of America

American Reflexology Certification Board

Reflexology does 3 amazing things; 1. it is relaxing, 2. slightly increases blood circulation, and 3. promotes balance within the body.

Make sure to visit Reflexology Caution for full list of who can/ can't have reflexology

Reflexology cannot cure anything and information on this website is followed at your own risk, for more read the Disclaimer here

We're passionate about sharing the ancient techniques of Reflexology with every person that wants to learn them and relax, thank you for visiting our site.

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