"I can thoroughly recommend Heather at Barefoot holistic therapies. Her friendly and professional attitude combined with a deep knowledge for her subject and practical skills are a winning combination".

 Nick (reflexology)

The aim of reflexology is to “create homeostasis, which means that the organs in the body are all working together and at their best.”
(Bickerton 2014)


Barefoot holistic therapies offers reflexology treatments with Heather, certified reflexologist. The therapy room is set in a tranquil, garden log cabin in Walmley, Sutton Coldfield. This purpose built space creates a calming and soothing environment for you to relax.

See availability and book a treatment with Heather, certified reflexologist.


Reflexology Opening Times:

Monday: 9.30am -6.30pm

Tuesday: 9.30am - 6.30pm

Thursday: 9.00am - 7pm

Treatment price:



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What is reflexology and how does it work?

Reflexology is a natural, non-invasive therapy based on the principle that the entire body is represented by reflex points on the feet (and hands), with each point corresponding to an individual part of the body. Reflexologists use gentle stimulation of these reflex points in a precise and systematic way to revitalise, restore and maintain the body’s natural balance.

To function effectively, the body requires energy in the form of oxygen and nutrients, which are circulated in the blood. By stimulating over 7000 nerves in the feet, reflexology aims to improve blood circulation and increase the efficiency of all organs and cells.

Reflexologists believe that when the body is ill, injured or stressed, vital energy pathways are blocked preventing it from functioning optimally. Reflexology is thought to help unblock these pathways by facilitating the elimination of toxins from the body.

75% of disease is attributed to stress and many GPs now refer patients for reflexology as a complement to conventional medicine. Long term exposure to stress compromises the immune system and can result in fatigue, depression, ill-health and low energy.



The Treatment

The first session is for 75 minutes, which includes an initial consultation and a reflexology treatment. Follow up sessions last for 1 hour, the treatment is around 50 minutes, which gives us time to discuss any changes to your health and wellbeing.

After a session of reflexology, you may notice that you feel more relaxed, that body tension eases and you experience improved sleep, better mood, increased energy levels, and a sense of general improved wellbeing.

Try to take it easy for an hour or so after reflexology whilst your body starts to respond to this deeply nurturing treatment.



Many health insurance companies will reimburse your treatments costs. Both Sovereign Health Care and Bupa now cover reflexology.

Click on the interactive foot map to help you see how parts of the body are reflected on the feet


Reflexology may help with the symptoms associated with:

  • Stress related conditions
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Digestive problems
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Circulation problems
  • Sleep disorders
  • Sinusitis
  • Skin conditions
  • Pregnancy discomforts
  • Fertility problems
  • Back pain
  • Chronic pain
  • Chronic illness, such as diabetes and MS
  • Arthritis
  • Migraines.

Click on the interactive foot map to help you see how parts of the body are reflected on the feet