Reflexology in Marlborough


One or Two Foot Reflexology Sessions at Life Healing Spa (Up to 54% Off)

Life Healing Spa

Life Healing Spa Tewksbury

Reflexology targets stress and imbalances in the body through the massaging of the feet

$50 $24

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One or Two 60-Minute Reflexology Sessions at Rainbow Health Center (Up to 53% Off)

Rainbow Health Center

Multiple Locations

Reflexology targets pressure points on the feet to restore balance and wellbeing to the entire body

$80 $39

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60-Minute, 90-Minute, or Couples 90-Minute Reflexology & Bodywork at Newbury Foot & Body Work (Up to 50% Off)

Newbury Foot & Body Work

Back Bay

Back massages and herbal foot soaks work in tandem with reflexology, which aims to restore bodily health through channels in the feet

$65 $40

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A Reflexology Session at Healthy Steps (45% Off)

Healthy Steps

Webster

From the merchant: The reflexologist prepares feet for examination and applies pressure to specific points on the feet to promote balance

$60 $33

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One-Hour Reflexology Foot Massage for One or Two at Crystal Foot Care (Up to 37% Off)

Crystal Foot Care

Crystal Foot Care

Expert reflexologists soothe muscles and treat aches throughout the body by massaging precise points on the feet

$50 $33

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60- or 90-Minute Foot-Reflexology Treatments at Sun Shore Universal Reflexology (Up to 58% Off). Five Options.

Sun Shore Universal Relfexology

Sun Shore Universal Relfexology

Sessions use specified pressure to stimulate the foot and help relieve muscle pain and tension throughout the body

$65 $33

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$50 for a Reflexology Spa Package at Natural Healing Foot Spa & Massage (57% Off)

Natural Healing Foot Spa & Massage

Natural Healing Foot Spa & Massage

Reflexology practitioners pamper feet with therapeutic kneading, fragrant soaks, and exfoliating scrubs

$115 $50

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Select Local Merchants

  • Enjoy Holistic Healing
    For licensed massage therapist Joy Clarkson, healing is more than just kneading away muscle knots. As a 13-year massage-therapy veteran, she's grown to incorporate meditation and sound into her practice at Enjoy Holistic Healing. Sessions may use gongs and Tibetan singing bowls, as well as her voice; this may include chanting, toning, or speaking the phone book very slowly. However, because she tailors these sessions to each individual, she may use as few or as many of these methods during massages, alongside lomilomi, reflexology, and other modalities.
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    Southborough, MA US
  • Head to Soul Therapeutic Massage
    Esha Washington describes herself as a cancer-conquering, God-loving, beach-bumming, jewelry-making mother of two with a passion for roller coasters, indoor skydiving, and of course, massage therapy. Her experiences, like her interests, have been diverse. She graduated from UMass Boston with a degree in business, and after 20 years as a successful realtor, decided she wanted to change people's lives more directly; that's when she took up therapeutic bodywork. She attended the massage program at Salter College, where she learned relaxation techniques such as hot-stone therapy, deep-tissue massage, and napping in a kangaroo pouch. Today all can seek Esha's expertise of her own Head to Soul Therapeutic Massage clinic.
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    65 Plain Street
    Clinton, MA US
  • Invidia Salon and Spa
    Walking through the minimal, dimly lit interiors of Invidia Salon and Spa may feel like walking through a dream. Ultramodern floral wall sconces and chandeliers fashioned from branches illuminate hardwood-floored hallways that split off into dark rooms filled with plush couches. In the central hall, studio lights cast dramatic beams onto swiveling salon chairs positioned in front of floor-to-ceiling mirrors, each aligned in two rows flanking a central stone fireplace. Here in the multimillion dollar 10,000-square-foot facility, stylists sculpt new ’dos and colorists add hues to locks. Aestheticians smooth skin with customizable facials rich in vitamins and natural extracts, and laser technicians boost collagen with LED light therapy and laser facials. In private spa rooms, equipped with fireplaces and temperature-controlled beds, therapists imbue a sense of calm with massages and Reiki. In the Vichy shower, clients treated with mud or fruit body wraps recline on a cushioned bed while multiple showerheads work to clean their skin.
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    736 Boston Post Rd
    Sudbury, MA US
  • Connie Dale Massage
    Before she became a licensed massage therapist, Connie Dale learned how to reduce tension and ease repetitive injuries at the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy. She uses that education and her experience to mitigate aliments ranging from shin splints and tennis elbow to carpal tunnel syndrome. Connie can also treat frozen shoulder—a condition that hampers mobility and often occurs when a snowman gives you a massage. In addition to reducing headaches, fibromyalgia pain, and tight muscles with Swedish and deep tissue techniques, she also treats children and soothes cancer patients. Connie's also been known to visit hospitals and Special Olympics events to give patients and competitors relaxing chair massages.
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    410 Boston Post Rd.
    Sudbury, MA US
  • Rachel Leggett LMT Therapeutic Massage
    Licensed massage therapist Rachel Leggett studied her craft at Spa Tech Institute. As a well-versed professional, Rachel can knead sore sinews with therapeutic, deep-tissue, integrative, Swedish, and sports techniques. In addition to easing painful knots, she also wields first-aid certification from the American Heart Association.
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    75 Union Ave
    Sudbury, MA US
  • Acupuncture Connections
    A patient mentions pain in his right shoulder. Then, an acupuncturist inserts a needle into his left ankle. Primarily focusing on the distal style of acupuncture, Acupuncture Connections Inc.'s team is licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine and certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, ensuring that each member knows exactly where to place each pain-battling needle. During each session, one of the acupuncturists inserts an average of 8 to 10 FDA-approved single-use needles into specific areas?along the forearms, hands, lower legs, and head?aiming to treat issues from autoimmune diseases to digestive issues to fatigue. Since distal acupuncture involves the treatment of areas normally exposed while wearing shorts and a T-shirt, patients typically don't need to remove their clothing or steel breastplates. The sessions begin with a private consultation with a practitioner who holds a master's degree in acupuncture.
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    1 Edgell Road
    Framingham, MA US
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