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Foot Massage Edinburgh

Foot massage is always far more beneficial than people realise. Our feet are often one of the most neglected parts of our body, yet almost always the most frequently used. Take the load off with our Thai style foot massage service.

Friendly Relaxed Atmosphere

5 Star Reviews

Edinburgh City Centre Salon

Professional Foot Massage

Foot Massage Edinburgh

Foot massage is massively underrated! You can have this done for part of your massage, if you book 60 minutes or more. As we can normally massage your feet within say 30 minutes. However, if you have particular issues or injuries on your feet, we can target them for longer. Foot massage provides much more relief from both mental and psychical stress than most people understand. After your massage is complete, we are sure you will notice exactly what we mean. 

"Had very good foot and leg massage. Lovely family business. Take a break from walking in the old town and get a massage! You will not regret it!

Best wishes for the success of your business and see you soon"

Euroboy, Edinburgh, 5 Star Google Review, April 2024

What is Foot Massage?

A foot massage, also known as foot reflexology or foot reflex zone therapy, is a therapeutic massage technique focused on the feet. It's based on the principle that certain areas of the feet correspond to specific organs and systems in the body. By applying pressure to these areas, a foot massage can help to promote relaxation, improve circulation, and stimulate healing throughout the body.

Harmony Thai Massage and Wellness offers professional foot massage including a Thai style foot massage service.

Here's what you should know about foot massage:

  1. Pressure Points: In foot reflexology, the feet are divided into different zones or reflex points that correspond to different parts of the body. By applying pressure to these specific points, a foot massage can help to stimulate the corresponding organs and systems, promoting balance and well-being.

  2. Techniques: Foot massage techniques may include kneading, rubbing, stretching, and applying pressure to various parts of the foot. Some foot massages also incorporate the use of massage oils or creams to enhance relaxation and reduce friction.

  3. Conditions Treated: Foot massage can help to alleviate symptoms and discomfort associated with various conditions, including:

    • Foot pain and plantar fasciitis

    • Heel spurs

    • Neuropathy

    • Stress and anxiety

    • Insomnia

    • Circulatory problems

    • PMS and menopausal symptoms

  4. Duration: A typical foot massage session can last between 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the therapist's techniques and the client's needs.

  5. Safety: Foot massage is generally considered safe for most people, but it may not be suitable for everyone. People with certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, neuropathy, or circulatory problems, should consult with a healthcare provider before receiving a foot massage.

It's important to communicate with your massage therapist about your specific needs, areas of pain or discomfort, and the level of pressure you feel comfortable with during the massage. This will help to ensure a safe and effective treatment tailored to your individual needs.

"It was truly a lovely experience from a very skilled therapist. Friendly & warm service. I would recommend it."

Linda Ns, Edinburgh, 5 Star Google Review, February 2024

Foot Massage Benefits

Foot massage offers a variety of benefits, both physical and mental. Here are some of the key benefits of foot massage:

  1. Relaxation: Foot massage can help to promote relaxation by reducing stress and tension in the body. Many people find foot massage to be soothing and calming, making it a great way to unwind after a long day.

  2. Improved Circulation: By stimulating blood flow to the feet and legs, foot massage can help to improve circulation throughout the body. This can help to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the tissues, promote healing, and reduce swelling.

  3. Pain Relief: Foot massage can help to relieve foot pain, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, and other foot-related discomforts. By targeting specific pressure points and applying therapeutic techniques, foot massage can alleviate pain and promote comfort.

  4. Reduced Swelling: Foot massage can help to reduce swelling in the feet and ankles, especially for pregnant women or people who spend long hours standing or sitting. The massage techniques help to improve lymphatic drainage and reduce fluid retention.

  5. Stress Reduction: Foot massage can stimulate the release of endorphins, which are natural mood-boosting chemicals in the body. This can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and improve overall mood.

  6. Improved Sleep: Many people find that foot massage helps them to sleep better by promoting relaxation and reducing stress. The calming effects of foot massage can lead to improved sleep quality and duration.

  7. Enhanced Mood: In addition to reducing stress, foot massage can help to enhance mood by stimulating the release of endorphins and promoting a sense of well-being.

  8. Detoxification: Foot massage can help to stimulate the lymphatic system, which plays a crucial role in detoxifying the body. By promoting lymphatic drainage, foot massage can help to eliminate toxins and waste products from the body.

  9. Improved Flexibility: Regular foot massage can help to improve flexibility and range of motion in the feet and ankles. This can be particularly beneficial for athletes or people with stiff or tight muscles.

  10. Holistic Wellness: Foot massage promotes holistic wellness by addressing physical, emotional, and mental aspects of health. It encourages self-care and can be a valuable part of a comprehensive wellness routine.


Thai Foot Massage Edinburgh

Edinburgh City Centre Salon

Our salon is ideally located in Edinburgh City Centre, just off Holyrood Road, near Waverley Train Station and the Royal Mile. For people driving from inside and near Edinburgh, the salon has on street parking outside, a multi storey NCP car park nearby.

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