When most people hear “Spa Week,” they think of classic treatments like facials, massages, and mani-pedis, but many participating med spas also administer Botox, laser hair removal, and cellulite reduction. Some spas even offer ancient healing treatments like foot reflexology and acupuncture. But who needs the scary needles necessary for acupuncture when foot reflexology is on the table? This ancient healing treatment works from the inside out to give spa-goers major results long after their session is over.

Although massage and reflexology both use touch and are performed by a masseuse, they are very different. Massage works to relax muscles while reflexology creates a response throughout the body. Massage aims to release tension in muscles whereas the goal of reflexology is to release tension in the nervous system.giphy (18)

For your first foot reflexology appointment, you can expect to taken to a relaxing, private room where you’ll  lay comfortably on a massage table. Once you’re nice and cozy, your masseuse will apply pressure to different reflex points on your feet, ankles, and lower legs. Although this service can assist with specific health needs, every reflexology appointments will address the entire foot, which in turn addresses the entire body. All you have to do is lay back, relax, and take in the healing benefits of this remedy that has been around for thousands of years.

Ready for some total body tension relief? Enliven Body Works is offering a 50-minute foot reflexology for just $50 from October 12-18. Click here to make your appointment.

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