Seattle Reflexology & Massage Center

We offer reflexology for feet, hands and ears, and effective approaches to reducing foot pain. Our Reflexology School (licensed by WFTB, approved by DOH) offers over 300 hours of reflexology classes for aspiring practitioners and current professionals.

Reflexology is a deeply healing form of bodywork. Its effects on practitioner and client alike are very powerful and far-reaching. Facilitating a sense of deep connection and harmony within the recipient, this ancient art helps individuals become more internally integrated and balanced, enhancing both inner peace and healing potential.

Therapeutic reflexology provides a means to achieve vibrant health, increase energy, reduce pain and live a more dynamic and authentic life. The balance achieved in each person translates vitality and health to the entire community.

[05/18/17]   Thinking of taking Bill Flocco's Neuroendocrine Ear, Hand and Foot Reflexology class June 24-25? Early bird rates end May 27, so register soon! Here's what recent students have been saying about the class:

This class was stupendous!! I highly recommend this for every practitioner! And, it was fun! Berti Klein, West Los Angeles

You get to take class with a passionate professional who really knows the material and loves to share his knowledge. Violet B., New York

This workshop was the perfect balance of academics and hands-on. I learned so much! Anita Melcombe, Calabasas

Clear and concise approach to very complex anatomical systems. Priceless information included in the handouts. Richard Medway, Los Angeles

Amazingly different and useful information and hands-on work which also can be combined with other modalities, better results through stimulating the endocrine and nervous systems in ways I have never imagined before. Quirino Ibarra, North Hollywood

It has been a privilege to be part of your Neuro-Endocrine workshop where you have joined two areas into a wonderful working model, something I can use daily with my clients. Your materials and handouts are great with so much new information. Thank you for your continued enthusiasm. Sally Nicholson, Los Angeles

This workshop on Neuro-Endocrine has been very detailed and focused. All of the handouts given during class are very helpful for following the presentation and specially to take home for studying and future use in our practice. Brigitte Butler, Redondo Beach

This class is an absolute must for a Reflexologist. Christopher Lindsay, Santa Monica

The South African Reflexology Society

Interesting hints in here!

If your feet could talk - here are some common symptoms to look out for, as well as possible explanations for what those symptoms might mean for your health.

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Reflexology World News

Thanks for the share, Washington Reflexology Assn!

Prince Harry's new girlfriend actress Meghan Markle

“The face has many reflexology and pressure points and when massaged correctly, they can reduce tension, give relief to migraines, and aid jaw clenching and grinding teeth,” she explains in her Highland lilt. “It also naturally lifts the face and adds volume to muscle tissue as well as adding bounce, radiance, and youth to skin tissue.”

Scientists Discover a Hidden Network of 'Mini Brains' That Could Be Responsible For Pain

As reflexologists work primarily on areas of the body with high concentrations of peripheral nerve endings (ears, hands, feet, face, etc), I find this information to be very interesting. To me it offers yet another physiological clue as to how reflexology works. "New research suggests that the peripheral nervous system plays a much more important role [in our] ongoing struggle to create effective pain relief for chronic and severe pain... We found the peripheral nervous system has the ability to alter the information sent to the brain, rather than blindly passing everything on to the central nervous system." Scientists have found evidence of a hidden network of 'mini brains' that could overhaul our understanding of how pain is transmitted throughout the body, and revolutionise the way we design pain medication.

[05/17/17]   Do you know how to access the vagus nerve and the gut reflexively? If not, join us for class this weekend! Advanced Reflexology, Part I will cover 4 systems, including the digestive system (integumentary, skeletal and muscular as well). Call 206.284.8389 to register.

Gut Bacteria Linked to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

And here is even MORE evidence of relationship between the gut and ones overall health: "Abnormal levels and types of gut bacteria may be behind chronic fatigue syndrome, researchers report. The findings add to the growing body of evidence that the microbiome is actively involved in our health outcomes." Abnormal levels and types of gut bacteria may be behind chronic fatigue syndrome, researchers report. The findings add to the growing body of evidence that

Could Parkinson's disease start in the gut?

Did you know gut health and the state of the vagus nerve has now been linked with the development of Parkinson's disease? If you want to keep that gut happy, key components are meditation & mindfulness, deep diaphragmatic breathing and balanced gut microbes. Read on... Parkinson's disease may start in the gut and spread to the brain via the vagus nerve, according to a study. The vagus nerve extends from the brainstem to the abdomen and controls unconscious body processes like heart rate and food digestion.

[05/17/17]   ADVANCED REFLEXOLOGY, PART I will take place this weekend. If you would like to attend, there's still room available. It's half price to take the class if you've taken it before. Please call 206.284.8389 to register. I hope to see you there!

What can you expect in this class? A very unique and effective approach to reflexology. You will learn how each system of the body corresponds to the reflex maps on the feet, and the most efficient ways to access them to promote your clients’ health. You will leave with a superior understanding of reflexology and its amazing potential for encouraging optimal health. Both parts of this class are required for Level I and Level II Diplomas. May 20-21, Sat & Sun 9 am—5 pm (28 total credits with parts I & II)


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Early Bird Deadlines Fast Approaching!

Early Bird Deadlines Fast Approaching! Learn Ear, Hand and Foot Reflexology integration in these upcoming classes by world renowned reflexologist, author and instructor Bill Flocco!



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419 Queen Anne Ave N, Ste 107
Seattle, WA

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Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
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