Choose Between Two Options
- $32.50 for a 35-minute acupressure treatment with hot stones ($60 value)
- $63.50 for a 60-minute acupressure treatment with hot stones ($120 value)<p>
- $56 for a 60-minute acupressure and reflexology session ($100 value)
- $157 for three 60-minute acupressure and reflexology sessions ($300 value)<p>
Chinese acupressure body work applies pressure to meridian points on the body. For the acupressure and reflexology sessions, clients decide how much of the hour is spent on either modality, such as 30 minutes of each or 15 minutes of one and 45 of the other.<p>
We learn early on from a children's song that the foot bone is connected to the leg bone, but the therapists at Total Release believe the feet are connected to the very essence of our well-being. That's why they practice reflexology, during which they apply pressure to specific reflex points on the feet and the hands to cause the nerve endings to transmit relaxing energy to distant organs of the body. Similarly, in the Chinese practice known as acupressure, the practitioner puts pressure on the body's 14 meridian points. Released from blockage, energy flows from these points to the brain and then to the rest of the body, where it powers the internal blender that lets you eat solid foods.