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“Reflexology is a wonderful form of therapy that can have enormous impact on the patient suffering from both acute and chronic maladies.”  - John R. Cross Fellow of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and author of several books on

acupressure and reflexology.

Imagine your feet and hands as a multi-colored map or puzzle of different shapes and sizes all inter-connected.  Each piece of this interwoven map represents a specific gland, organ, nerve, bone or muscle of the body.  In fact, every part of the body has a reflex point in the hands and feet and this defines the basis of Reflexology.  The guiding principle of this ancient healing art with its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine, is that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands, which correspond to all parts of the body.   By properly asserting alternating pressure to these reflex points, congestion, energy blockages and toxins are released in the corresponding organ or gland to improve health.


Reflexology should not be confused with massage therapy.  It is recognized by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine as a separate integrative therapy and according to the Reflexology Association of America, it is supported by over 300 global research studies.   More


Sherri Hook -Vermont Salt Cave Spa

48 Main Street

Montgomery Center, VT 05471


Willoughby Reflexology & Energy Work

1129 Main St.

St. Johnsbury 

Sandi Sicotte 

48 Main Street

Montgomery Center, VT 05471


Medicine Wheel Wellbeing - Diane Willson 

11 Hill St, Lyndonville, VT 05851


Vicky Jewett 

PO Box 252

Johnson, VT 05656

(802) 999-0610


27 Jonesville Estates
Richmond, Vermont 05477

802) 265-0446

Katy Ann Leadbetter

56 East State Street

Montpelier, Vermont 

(802) 272-8923

Vermont Reflexology & Massage

(802) 922.3277

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