Welcome to Passionate Sole Reflexology

Passionate Sole Reflexology

Passionate Sole Reflexology is dedicated to helping people de-stress and feel better. We are committed to improving your physical and emotional well-being by providing high-quality, professional care in a safe, relaxing environment using a non-invasive therapeutic technique. We offer reflexology services tailored to fit your needs, working both feet in their entirety with the goal of helping you feel better. It is our mission to accommodate your needs on your schedule. We provide a 15-minute session, 30-minute session, 45-minute session, 1-hour session, or more time, if necessary. 

Reflexology is a low-risk, noninvasive technique called thumb-walking, finger-walking, or kneading to stimulate the nerve endings in the feet, hands, and/or ears. This technique is distinctly different from massage because the scope of the service is to stimulate the nerve endings in the feet. This nerve stimulation provokes a system response that offers many benefits (listed below), promotes natural healing, and restores the body to homeostasis.

Experience the benefits…

• relieve tension and stress
• improve circulation
• reduce blood pressure
• provide sinus congestion relief
• improve digestion/elimination
• assist with pain management/pain relief
• improve sleep
• boost immune system
• restore balance in the body
• enhance energy
• provide effective palliative care
• reduce anxiety and psychological symptoms
• promote relaxation

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is a holistic therapy that dates back as early as 1000 B.C. in Eastern countries, like India, China, and Egypt. It is a noninvasive science based on the principles that there are 10 vertical zones and over 7,200 reflex points in the feet and hands that correspond to all parts of the body, including organs and glands. Reflexology embraces the premise that the reflex points on your feet and hands reflect your body.

Reflexology-Different Than Massage

Reflexology is distinctly different from massage therapy in technique and stimulation. The two therapies should not be confused. Reflexology works by stimulating the nervous system through the complex neural pathways that link the body systems. Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft body tissue.

Reflexologists use a unique acupressure technique called thumb walking or finger walking, which is a method distinctly different from massage. This acupressure stimulates the reflex points, creating a nerve/systemic response throughout the body, which results in stress reduction and activates positive physiological change in the body.