Reflexology Chairs - Reclining & Folding Reflexology Chairs, Bolsters

Whether you're a professional massage therapist or simply looking to add an extra touch of relaxation to your home, a reflexology chair is a great option. At Massagewarehouse.com, we sell both stationary and portable reflexology chairs from some of the industry's leading manufacturers. Reflexology is a system of reflex points in the hands and feet that relate to every organ and body part. By applying pressure to these points, it's possible to promote healing and relaxation throughout the body. Reflexology chairs are specially designed to allow easy access to all of these reflex points. We offer zero-gravity reflexology chairs, folding reflexology chairs, reflexology bolsters, and starter kits at the best prices guaranteed. Shop our selection confidently with our Price Match Guarantee and convenient shipping options.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What Is The Best Chair For Reflexology?

The best reflexology chair should have the right components such as massage areas, airbags, rollers and massage functions among others. Finding a professional reflexology chair that is easy to store is vital. In addition, affordability also plays a significant role when you’re searching for the best chair for reflexology. Therefore, please pick a reclining reflexology chair since it’s sold at a reasonable price.

Because they are adjustable and easy to store, reclining reflexology chairs are preferred for reflexology massage. They can also comfortably support different heights and body weights. To make the reflexology massage experience even more comfortable for your clients, consider investing in Custom Craftworks Reflexology Bolster.

What Is A Reflexology Massage?

Reflexology massage is the application of a variable amount of pressure to the hands, ears, and feet. The concept is supported by the theory that different body parts are connected to particular body organs and systems. People who practice reflexology massage are called reflexologists.

Reflexology is believed to offer the following benefits;

  • Reduce anxiety and stress
  • Reduce the severity of pain
  • Elevate the mood
  • Improve general health
  • Boost immunity
  • Help in recovery from back problems
  • Enhance fertility
  • Correct hormonal imbalances
  • Improve digestion
  • Reduce pain due to arthritis
  • Treat numbness and nerve problems

What Are The Different Types Of Reflexology Massage?

Generally, reflexology is classified into hand, foot, and ear reflexology. For foot reflexology, you might need the foot reflexology chair. In the therapy session, the foot is stimulated by pressing different parts using hands and special finger techniques. In hand reflexology, different parts of the hand are stimulated for general wellbeing. Finally, in ear reflexology, the auricle is activated, and other body parts are stimulated using a unique finger technique for good health.

Other types of reflexology include:

  • 5 Elements Reflexology
  • Standard Reflexology
  • The Morell Technique
  • The Reflex Meridian Therapy
  • Vertical Reflex Therapy (VRT)
  • Zone Therapy - developed by Eunice Ingham in the 1930s

How Can I Become Certified In Reflexology?

Reflexology is an exciting profession. It’s surprising how you can work on one part of the body and the entire body relaxes. For the patient to enjoy the reflexology session, the reflexologist has various roles to perform. For example, conducting initial assessments, creating a treatment plan, explaining therapy sessions to the patient, and enrolling the client for follow-up if necessary.

If you want to practice as a reflexologist, you should have a license and be part of a professional body before joining a company. However, before joining a professional body, you should meet some requirements, which include having some postgraduate qualifications, a foundation degree in complementary medicine, or a level 3 diploma in reflexology.

What Products And Equipment Do I Need To Add Reflexology To My Treatment Menu?

Reflexology has the highest chances of success if you have the right products and equipment. Consider buying the following;

Can I Offer Reflexology Therapy In My Mobile Business?

The reflexology massage business is growing exponentially and the opportunities are becoming enormous. If you're ready, you can easily take advantage by levering your entrepreneurial spirit and running a mobile business for reflexology.

The mobile reflexology massage business has ultimate flexibility and is not involved with the stress of office management and rent payment.

Where Can I Buy Reflexology Supplies And Equipment At The Best Prices?

Get innovative reflexology supplies and equipment at the best prices from Massage Warehouse. Reflexology treatment is typically applied with your hands, but having some quality equipment and accessories makes the process easier, for example a chair specifically for reflexology.

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