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Reflexology is a non-invasive and gentle therapy that enables the body to heal itself, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Evidence shows that it has been used in India, China, Egypt and North America for 5000 years, though it was only introduced into the Western world over 100 years ago. There are several types of Reflexology which are explained on the video and in the pages below.

Auricular Reflexology


Auricular Reflexology, also known as Ear Reflexology or Ear Acupressure, is based on the principle that the ears are microsystems that reflect the entire body. Just like Reflexology on the hands, feet and face, the ear is believed to have reflex points that correspond to different organs, glands, and body parts. By stimulating these points, we can help alleviate tension, improve circulation, ease pain, and encourage the body's natural healing mechanisms. This fast-growing therapy is not new, you can see records of treatments on the ears in the earliest Chinese medical books dating back to ancient times.

Foot and Hand Reflexology

Reflexology is based on the principle that the anatomy of the body is reflected in miniature on the feet, face and hands. By using the thumbs and fingers to apply pressure in a specific pattern, a Reflexologist is able to access all the organs and systems of the body and encourage them to work effectively.


Aromareflexology combines essential oils and reflexology enhancing the benefits of a treatment using a carefully selected range of oils with a wide range of therapeutic benefits.

Facial Reflexology

This relaxing treatment helps to reduce stress and enable the body to heal and rebalance. Not only will it improve your health and well-being, it will leave you looking younger and more radiant with a glowing complexion.

Aromareflexology by Morag Kitt - Tola Health
Morag Kitt Approved RLD Practitioner Facial Reflexology by Morag Kitt - Tola Health Exeter