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Reflexology is based on the principle that there are reflex areas in the hands and feet corresponding to all organs, glands and parts of the body. It is the unique method of using fingers and thumbs on these reflex areas in order to help bring about natural balance to our physical, emotional and energetic bodies. Rather than being a simple foot massage, clinical reflexology is an excellent complementary health therapy that takes the whole person into account.

Modern reflexology was pioneered in the 1930s by the physiotherapist, Eunice Ingham who painstakingly mapped out the feet by working on thousands of people. Known as the 'Mother of Reflexology,' Eunice discovered that reflexology is excellent for promoting and maintaining good health.


Not only can treatments help with specific symptoms, they can encourage the body to maintain optimum health. Your appointment is a learning experience, and tuning into your body’s innate wisdom requires a dedicated one-on-one approach. Jacqui offers customized treatments for your specific set of concerns that will not only have you feeling back to yourself - but better than ever. 

Jacqui is a member of the Reflexology Association of British Columbia (RABC #P1ML21914). Some medical benefits plans include reflexology treatments, check yours to find out if you are covered.

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Commonly reported benefits include:

Improved blood, lymph & nerve circulation

Lymphatic activation & drainage

Reduced pain & discomfort

A deeply relaxed state

Improved digestion

Stress relief


Hormone balancing

Improved muscle tone

Increased energy levels

Improved quality of sleep

Increased mental & physical well-being

Reflexology is deeply relaxing, non-invasive and safe for everyone from newborns to the elderly, from the unwell to the healthy.

Clinical Reflexology

"If you're feeling out of kilter, don't know why or what about, let your feet reveal the

answer, find the sore spot, work it out."

- Eunice Ingham (1889-1974) - 

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