Reflexology can provide relief for sufferers of headaches and migraines

According to the Migraine Trust, tension headaches and migraines are the second and third most common ailments in the world.

Around 15% of the population report that they suffer from migraine attacks with this particularly severe form of headache affecting women disproportionately more than men.

How reflexology relieves headaches

Relieving headaches and migraines is one of the most popular applications of reflexology.

Reflexologists apply gentle pressure to reflex areas in your feet which correspond to different parts of your body.

Stimulating these areas on your feet opens neural pathways, improves circualtion and removes tension stored in parts of your body such as your neck and shoulders.

Reflexology also helps flush out toxins such as alcohol and caffeine which if taken in excess can lead to headaches and migraines.

What my clients say about headaches and migraines

Many of my clients complain of tension headaches which are an unwanted by-product of the busy lives that they lead.

They use reflexology to take this tension away and generally find that their headaches disappear after their treatment and particulatly when they also rehydrate and rest.

I have felt so much better and I no longer suffer from migraines or bad headaches. Thank you Michelle xx

Tracey from Woodhurst

It is amazing, I arrive stressed, & leave so relaxed & at one with the world

Jane from Over

I absolutely loved my reflexology with Michelle, I had such a soothing and relaxing experience, I felt so much better for it!”

Samantha from Girton

Reflexology is a complementary health therapy

Reflexology is a complementary health therapy. It works alongside conventional medicine.

It acts on the whole body rather than on specific conditions and ailments.

Over a course of treatments reflexology will bring your body back into balance.

Reflexologists do not diagnose, prescribe or treat for a specific condition.

Reflexology is not a substitute for conventional medicine and should not be taken instead of medical treatments. However, it may complement your medical treatment and is often available through private health insurance plans.

Reflexology treatments and private health care plans


I am registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) set up by the Government to regulate complementary health practitioners.

This means that clients who have qualifying health care plans may be able to reclaim the cost of their treatments when they visit Feet First Reflexology Bluntisham.