Common Questions on Reflexology
What will happen in my session?
Reflexology appointments include a consultation, treatment and if determined necessary, the development of an ongoing treatment plan. Your session may begin with a comforting foot soak using Epsom salt and essential oils. Next, you'll be reclined while fully clothed on a zero gravity chair or a massage table. Don't be surprised to find yourself drifting off.
How long do treatments usually last?
Reflexology treatments run for 1-hour total, including a 45-minute session with 15 additional minutes for consultation and questions.
How often are treatments recommended?
A majority of people benefit from monthly reflexology treatments, although every case is unique and some people may require a weekly session for a short time. Space between treatments can vary from weekly to monthly, depending on your situation.
Reflexology is a non-intrusive complementary health therapy, based on the theory that different points on the feet, hands, ears or face correspond with different areas of the body.Reflexologists work holistically with their clients and aim to work alongside allopathic healthcare to promote better health for their clients. It can help to improve circulation, decrease muscle tension, reduce soreness and swelling from injuries and illness, and help develop your ability to concentrate.
Lorri Kulberg is a certified reflexologist who specializes on the reflexes of the feet and hands.
She is also the only certified Reflexology Lymphatic (RLD) practitioner in the state of Minnesota,
as well as a practitioner of Hands-on-Healing, Soul Link (neutralize negative memories in seconds), Muscle Testing and a Young Living Essential Oil member.