What is Reflexology and how can it help you?

Reflexology is a natural therapy done to bring stress relief, improved circulation, balance, and many more benefits to the entire body by applying specific reflexology pressure techniques to the hands and feet because the entire body – every organ, gland, bone, muscle, etc. – has reflexes on the hands and feet. You’re sending a message from the hands and feet, to the body, telling those parts of the body to relax.

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American Reflexology Certification Board

For more information on the reflexology, its history, benefits, reflexology studies and research, and frequently asked questions please click the button below to visit the American Reflexology Certification Board.

Reflexology Professionals Kevin and Barbara Kunz

The world of reflexology is alive with researched possibilities.

Additionally click the button below to visit the website of Kevin and Barbara Kunz for more helpful information on Reflexology.

A directory listing from A to Z on Reflexology Research projects

Kevin and Barbara Kunz page on reflexology research projects is especially informative.  You can look up specific conditions A-Z and see what research has shown about the benefits of reflexology for those conditions.

Why National Board Certification with the American Reflexology Certification Board Matters?

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5 Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Reflexologist

Click to read a great blog on the ARCB website.


ARCB explains why certification matters for reflexology practitioners :

Today, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies are one of the fastest growing areas of healthcare worldwide. As a result, qualified Reflexologists with the highest credentials are being sought by the public and the health care industry. In order to promote reflexology through testing and recognition of competent professional practitioners, ARCB was founded in 1991. ARCB is a non-profit certifying agency which exists to protect the public and promote reflexology through certification of those Reflexologists who practice on a professional basis and choose to be certified as meeting basic national standards. ARCB is the only certifying agency recognized by the Reflexology Association of America. We are not affiliated with any school and do not endorse any specific reflexology training curriculum. Our study materials and test have been approved by several state and local government agencies as a basis for licensing Reflexologists. ARCB exams are based on psychometrically valid models reviewed by industry experts. Achieving and maintaining national certification from ARCB provides the public and your employer or affiliates with the assurance that you have achieved the highest level of certification available in the United States today and that you abide by a code of ethics and business practices recognized nationally by many law enforcement and government agencies. By achieving certification you are also eligible to receive client referrals through ARCB.

What to Expect during a Reflexology Session?

Reflexology is relaxing and feels great! Just sit back in my reclining reflexology chair with your feet up and enjoy.  I have a very relaxing ambiance in my office so you can just tune out stress and unwind.  I work on hands and feet during the hour long session.  I begin by putting hot stones between your toes and wrapping your feet with a warm towel.  While your feet stay warm and comfortable, I work on each hand, then the feet, always keeping hot stones and warm towels on the foot that is not being worked on. If you like, I also offer, at no extra charge, aromatherapy selected for your needs.  My service dog Molly usually sleeps under the reflexology chair during a session.  Most people feel that her presence there is very therapeutic.

How to Prepare for a Reflexology Session?

Plan on your first session being an hour and a half, one half hour to fill out the paperwork and history and go over it with me, and then one hour for the session.  Please be well hydrated.  Wear clothes that are loose at the wrists and ankles.

Cost of a Reflexology Session

The first session of Reflexology which includes going over your personal health history intake with you and an hour of reflexology costs $70.   All other one hour sessions are $60.  Please see my “Services and Rates” page to learn about my Ultimate Wellness Package which combines reflexology and holistic health consultations at a significantly reduced rate for maximum wellness benefits.

Please Note:  I have a service dog who has to be with me during reflexology sessions and consultations.

Reflexology – First Session

Select this option if this is your first time to schedule a reflexology session with me. This is a 75 minute appointment – 15 minutes to review intake and a 60 minute session. (This is not a nutritional/herbal consultation appointment.)



Please select this option if you have previously received a reflexology session from me. (This is not a nutritional/herbal consultation.)


FREE 30 Minute Exploratory Session

Select this option if you would like to talk to me about how reflexology or an herbal/nutritional consultation can help you.  There is no charge and no obligation.


New Client Initial Consultation

Select this option if this is your first nutritional/herbal consultation, in person or long distance.  This is a 90 minute holistic intake and assessment.


Established Client Consultation

Select this option if you have previously had a consultation with me, in person or long distance.  This is a one hour appointment.


Quick Care Consultation

This is a 30 minute appointment for new or established clients who need a brief consultation for support for minor or acute issues, in person or long distance.


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