Covid 19 Updates and FAQ's

Reflexology & Covid 19

Reflexology is a non-discriminatory modality that is beneficial to everybody regardless of vaccine status.

Update September 2021: 
 Clients are now required to wear masks.  If you are unable to wear a mask for personal/religious/health reasons, this will be respected and not discriminated against.

Update - Please note: If you have had a covid MRNA or vaccine - please wait a minimum of at least 3 weeks after your MRNA or vaccination before booking a treatment.

If you have not had a covid MRNA or vaccine, please book in as normal.

Reflexology Therapists have always worked to exceptional standards of cleanliness such as regular hand-washing, fresh clean linens, clean environments, clean clothing and sanitizing. Now, with the covid-19 situation, we may at times, depending on bylaws etc. have some additional measures to follow.
There is sanitizer as well as a bathroom in our building if you wish to sanitize/clean your hands before your treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Reflexology covered by my insurance?

Yes - Reflexology is covered by many providers but check with your insurance company to see if your policy has coverage.

Do I need to have a pedicure before Reflexology?

 Absolutely not! I have worked with many different peoples feet and am used to seeing feet of all different sizes, shapes and appearances.

Does Reflexology hurt?

Reflexology shouldn't be painful and hurt.  It is common and normal for some people to have areas on their feet, ears or face that feel a little tender at times which can often indicate an energy imbalance. 

Do I have to take my clothes off?

Absolutely not! The only item of clothing that needs to be removed are your socks when having foot reflexology.  

Can children or elderly people have Reflexology?

Yes!  In fact, many children and seniors find the treatment highly relaxing. 
Treatment times can also be shortened if needed.
There is a discount for children and seniors available at time of payment.

What can I do if my insurance company does not cover Reflexology?

Our association of reflexology therapists (RAC) encourage people to contact their Human Resources or their insurance provider directly to see if reflexology is covered.
If coverage is not provided, you can give a letter from Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC) to your insurance provider or your Human Resources Department, asking for Reflexology to be added to your benefit package.
If you would like a copy of this letter please contact me.

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