Reflexology  is a manual therapy inspired by
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It involves applying pressure to the foot to alleviate pain and produce other benefits elsewhere in the body.
The underlying theory behind reflexology is that there are certain points or "reflex areas" on the feet that are connected energetically to specific organs and body parts through energy channels in the body.
By applying pressure to reflex areas, a reflexologist is said to remove energy blockages and promote health in the related body area.

Here are some examples of reflex areas and their corresponding body parts: the tips of the toes reflect the head; the heart and chest are around the ball of the foot; the liver, pancreas, and kidney are in the arch of the foot; low back and intestines are towards the heel.
According to reflexologists, pressure on the reflex points also helps to balance the nervous system and stimulates the release of endorphins that help to reduce pain and stress.
People have used reflexology to address these conditions: stress and stress-related conditions; tension headaches and migraines; digestive disorders; arthritis; insomnia; hormonal imbalances; sports injuries; menstrual disorders, such as premenstrual syndrome (PMS); digestive problems, such as constipation; multiple sclerosis; back pain.
Most people find reflexology, for the most part, to be very relaxing. Some areas may be tender or sore, and the reflexologist may spend extra time on these points. The soreness should decrease with pressure.
Most people feel calm and relaxed after a reflexology session.

If you have foot ulcers, recent injury, foot or ankle wounds, gout, or a cardiovascular condition, reflexology may not be appropriate or safe.

30min/ $49.00+tx

45min/ $54.00+tx

60min/ $84.00+tx


I tested for you: Reflexology

Nathalie Lefèvre went to Eric Bath to test plantar reflexology. This therapeutic technique assumes that all organs are accessible via the foot. Live a session with her as if you were there.

Promenades Cathédrale

625 Sainte-Catherine west, Montréal, H3B 1B7
Metro McGill