Reflexology in Kitchener


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After recovering from a serious spinal injury, Amber Korobkina switched career paths to pursue training in Bowen Therapy, which combines muscle rolls with timed pauses so that the nervous system can absorb each movement. Now a Bowen practitioner?as well as a certified iridologist with a degree in nutrition?Amber has amassed a staff of like-minded healers. Together, they alleviate pain with Bowen therapy, acupuncture sessions, massages, soft cheek pinches, and cold laser therapy.

222 Frederick St
Kitchener,
ON
CA

At I?ve Got the Touch, certified foot reflexologist and holistic healer Rhonda Schlueter harnesses healing energies during personalized treatments to get bodies smoothly running with balanced energies. In the comfortable confines of her studio, treatments commence in therapy rooms where hardwood floors, comfortable beds, and sage-green accents overhear the burble of ionic footbaths drawing out toxins and auras groaning after long days of piggyback riding. Rhonda places her hands at specific points on the body to rebalance the body?s energy pathways and encourage homeostasis, which can help improve upon a range of ailments such as pain, fatigue, and ADHD.

130 Shea Crescent
Kitchener,
ON
CA

Elizabeth Perez and the team at Integrated Holistic Wellness work to balance the body not through drugs, surgeries, or balsa-wood shims, but rather with mind and body therapies such as massage, reflexology, and yoga. Reiki sessions draw upon the positive energy of the universe, whereas meditation hones in on the potential of one's own thoughts and energies. The practitioners here also turn to forces such as sound, vibration, and color to promote self-healing and relaxation.

1111 Bleams Rd.
Wilmot,
ON
CA

A team of highly trained homeopaths use alternative therapies to bring bodies to total wellness. Yoga, hypnosis, and reflexology sessions help alleviate aches, and reiki treatments aim to rebalance the chakras. A nutritional analysis helps clients discover the most beneficial supplements and diets for them, such as a plant-based diet or a diet with only foods that are yellow.

751 King Street West
Kitchener,
ON
CA

Canadian Decompression and Pain Centers' healthcare experts work to relieve chronic neck and back pain using multidisciplinary treatments. The center specializes in Neuro-Decompression Therapy, a three-stage process designed to alleviate chronic conditions such as sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, and the uncontrollable urge to imitate a pretzel. The therapy starts with a thorough consultation and exam to check for spinal issues. During the second stage of therapy, clients recline on a spinal decompression table, which gently stretches aching joints between spinal segments as a biofeedback computer montiors the progress. The third stage, for qualifying patients, involves inhaling up to 92 percent pure oxygen during the decompression session to further ease muscle stiffness and potentially boost immune-system function. For those looking for a more incremental treatment, the center also offers a variety of products including mattresses and orthotics for shoes to help relieve back pain.

751 King Street West
Kitchener,
ON
CA

Growing up in a family of 10 children, Cindy Loewen often found herself tasked with massaging her siblings? sore shoulders and aching backs to help alleviate their pain. This experience helped her develop a strong passion for improving the quality of life of others through the power of touch. As a registered massage therapist, she's well-versed in Swedish, therapeutic, and hot-stone modalities.

684 Belmont Avenue West
Kitchener,
ON
CA