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A calming treatment that’s good for the sole!

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology works on the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands that correspond to all the organs, glands and parts of the body. It is a unique method of using the finger and thumb to access these areas and is particularly good for people who do not want a treatment where massage and manipulation are used

Benefits of Reflexology

One of the main benefits of reflexology is that it relaxes the whole body, making it great for relieving stress and tension. By treating the reflexes and breaking down any blockages, balance can be restored to the body.

Reflexology may support you with:

  • Improving nerve and blood supply
  • Sleep related conditions
  • Fatigue
  • Asthma
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Arthritis
  • Menstrual problems
  • Improve Fertility
  • Inducing Labour
  • Emotional problems
  • Stress and Anxiety

What to expect  

You will need to remove your socks or tights, and we recommend wearing clothing that you feel relaxed and comfortable in. During the session you will be either reclined on a couch, or seated in a comfortable chair.
Your Reflexology session will start with gentle pressure over the reflexes, and during the treatment both feet will be worked on.
After your appointment you'll be advised to up your water intake for the next 24 hours, and avoid alcohol for the rest of the day.

Reflexology for Induction

Reflexology may help induce labour. Here at the Bridge Centre we are able to offer a gentle pre-labour warm up treatment from 38 weeks, and reflexology for induction from 40 weeks.

To find out more give the reception team a call on 01332 521 270.

Practitioner: Gina Hinks

Hot Stones Reflexology

The addition of Hot Stones takes Reflexology to a whole new level. The smooth, heated basalt stones can penetrate deeper than finger pressure on reflex points, whilst the warmth from the stones provides a truly relaxing and soothing experience to calm, rebalance and rejuvenate.

Practitioner: Sam Jackson

How to book

Contact us online or call us on 01332 521 270 today to speak to a member of our team or to book your treatment.


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Getting to the Bridge Centre for Natural Health

The Bridge Centre for Natural Health is easily located at the end of the parade of shops on Ladybank Road in Mickleover, Derby, with free parking available outside the centre. The centre is also accessible via the main bus route services from Mickleover to Derby city centre.
With the A38 and A50 just minutes away not only is the centre conveniently located for the surrounding areas such as Littleover, Allestree, and Hilton, but also accessible from Ashbourne, Burton-on-Trent, and further afield. 

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  • 1st Appointment    £45 - £60
  • Follow-up Appointments    £40 - £60
  • Hot Stones Reflexology    £60
  • Reflexology for Induction    £40
  • Please note: prices for treatments and duration of appointments can vary and are set by each individual practitioners, and are subject to change. For up to date pricing call the reception team on 01332 521 270.    
  • This page was reviewed    June 2024

Cancellation Policy

We understand that people’s lives are busy and complex and that things happen which are out of your control. Wherever possible though we require 24-hour's notice of a cancelled appointment. If 24-hour's notice is not given our Practitioners reserve the right to charge you for the full cost of the missed appointment. This is at the discretion of the individual Practitioners.

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I have had reflexology from Gina and massage from Sharon over a number of years and benefited greatly.

Mary, Derbyshire