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Restorative Reflexology with Structural Reflexology

1 Hour


I am now offering an excellent way of using reflexology called Restorative Reflexology in addition to Structural Reflexology in my clinic room in Loughborough, as pioneered by Geraldine Villeneuve in Vermont USA. 

The combination of using Restorative and Structural Reflexology is that it combines the best of a range of approaches. This involves working with the structure of your feet to bring about many shifts and changes that are life enhancing. Our feet are connected directly through to the rest of the body and making changes in the feet will affect the whole person. 

I am one of the first six people in the UK to train in Structural Reflexology with the originator, Geraldine Villeneuve!

As the founder of Gentle Touch Reflexology, I am therefore able to offer a wide and specialist range of therapeutic interventions offered via the feet.  

Some approaches will be very structural in the Structural Reflexology element and the results can be surprising and rewarding

Some aspects of the treatment may be restorative in many ways. This can be physically restorative, emotionally supportive and also helpful with balance and movement. 

Additionally, there will be the underpinning knowledge of all aspects of my extensive career in Reflexology as a specialist in using Gentle Touch Reflexology. 

Combining Structural Reflexology is an incredibly welcome addition to our clinic offerings.  For some it really is the missing link. Linking feet function and form to health and well-being. 

I find that Structural Reflexology blends excellently with Gentle Touch Reflexology that I've been practicing and teaching for almost 30 years.

The combination of the techniques means that I can offer the best of both worlds by tailoring the treatment plan for each client based on each individual's specific needs and circumstances.

Geraldine (the originator of Structural Reflexology) describes it as:

Structural Reflexology is the practice of integrating foot reflexology with anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology by using local and reflex methods to release stress and compensation in the entire body.

Structural Reflexology addresses tension sites on the feet as the product of local muscle and ligament strain while maintaining an understanding of how these sites of tension on the feet will impact the rest of the body.


  • Improved foot joint articulation
  • Improved balance
  • Improved blood flow & nerve supply to the feet & body
  • Relief of compression in feet & body
  • Improved functional movement of the feet & body
  • Release joint tension
  • Increased strength & vitality of the feet & body