Legs & Feet Massage

It focuses on your feet, ankles and legs (up to the knees) working on specific acupressure points and using different style of massage such as gliding, kneading, vibration, tapping, friction, pulling, rolling, and pressing.

This type of treatment is needleless and can be used by people who suffer needles. If you like this type of massage you may also be interested in Acupressure.

Thanks to this type of massage you can reduce or get rid of the stress and the tensions that are affecting your body, as well as improving your overall relaxation and health.

Massage’s aim
Practiced for centuries, as well as Acupuncture and Acupressure, traditional Chinese foot and leg massage’s aim is to help balance the body’s vital energy (Qi). It allows the immune system to function properly and to promote health and wellbeing.

Interesting facts
As well as Acupuncture and Acupressure, this type of massage is rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and it works following the idea that the body is made up by Qi (vital energy) that flows through 12 main channels; according to this theory, when one of these meridians is blocked or out of balance, illness can occur. It is among the types of TCM that are thought to help restore balance.

What to expect from a treatment:

1. Evaluation
I will start by evaluating your situation, and selecting the points to use. This may include a short consultation.

2. Practice
Once the points are selected, I will treat them with a different type of pressure and techniques.

3. Relaxation
If needed I will give you a few minutes right at the end of the massage to let you relax, enjoy and appreciate the treatment and its benefits more.

If you need me to explain what I’m doing or if you won’t feel comfortable with something, I will be there to help you to feel more cozy, safe and relaxed.

How to book your appointment

Please click "Check Availability" button below and follow the easy instructions to check availability and book your next appointment. This can be used for both your First and Follow Up Appointment.