Facial Reflexology

Facial reflexology works on the same principles as hand or foot reflexology but, as the name suggests, treats your face and head.

It is a non-invasive treatment where reflexes on the face correspond with different areas of your body.

Stimulation of theses reflexes promotes the body’s healing process. Facial reflexology helps improve circulation, nerve conduction and encourages the release of toxins from the body via the lymphatic system.

The face’s close proximity to the brain helps to make facial reflexology a powerful treatment for rebalancing the entire body.

I was trained by Ziggie Bergman at the London School of Reflexology. The Bergman Method Facial Reflexology is based on a 10-point zone therapy which forms the foundation of modern reflexology. The method also includes a combination of Native American techniques and Asian body maps.

THE UNIQUE BENEFIT of facial reflexology is that not only does it aim to help clients improve their health and well-being, it can also help them look better, younger, and have a healthy glow.

Benefits of Facial Reflexology

  • Facial reflexology promotes the production of new skin tissue and improves skin tone
  • A series of treatments may help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles
  • Has a direct rejuvenating effect on the skin and leaves the face glowing and radiant
  • Will improve circulation to the face and head area
  • Relieves tension in muscle tissue
  • Relieves mental strain and improves concentration
  • May bring about a general feeling of calmness and relaxation
  • Will help to relieve the effects of stress
  • Helps relieve sinusitis/congestion
  • Improves lymphatic drainage and aids the removal of waste products and toxins

Some clients refer to the treatment as a ‘mini face-lift’ and it becomes a regular treat.