Feet resting on a wooden floor

Reflexology provides the space and time for you to relax, unwind and release the stresses of modern life.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology can be traced back to 2330 BC in ancient Egypt and also in India and China. Reflexology as we know it today is attributed to the work of Eunice Ingham, an American therapist who mapped reflex points on the feet and hands corresponding to all organs, glands and parts of the body.

For example, the toes represent the head, and the ball of the foot represents the chest and lung area. Reflexology is a complementary therapy and is recognised by the NHS, many GPs and hospices.

It is a unique method, which applies pressure to the reflex points on the hands, face and/or feet using the thumbs and fingers. It is a natural therapy that people of all ages use – from babies to the elderly.

You do not need to have a condition to enjoy reflexology as it provides a wonderful way to de-stress, relax and unwind.

Whilst reflexology works very well alongside conventional medicine, it should never be used in place of seeking professional medical advice. If you are concerned about your health, please always consult your GP first.

What happens during a Reflexology treatment?

Reflexology treatments are available in a private, comfortable and relaxing treatment room at The Health Workshop, Rushton’s Yard, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Please note the treatment room is upstairs. 

Prior to your first appointment you will be asked to complete an online well-being consultation form, this allows me to check for any contra-indications and tailor the treatment for what you need.

When you arrive to the treatment room for your first appointment we will discuss your aims for the session and I can answer any questions you may have. You will also be asked to complete a data protection form (more details below).

Your relaxation time can then begin!

You will be asked to remove your shoes and socks, and be made comfortable on the relaxing couch, with an option of a cosy blanket.  I will apply a beautiful organic foot balm to your feet, and you will start to feel the stresses of the day slip away!

At this point, I will then carry out a short breathing exercise with you, which really encourages the mind and body to unwind. Pressure will then be applied to the reflex points on the feet, as you relax.

Many clients do like to be peaceful during the treatment and some like to talk. I will always take your lead on this, it is your session and I want you to get the best possible outcome during it. It is also not uncommon for clients to fall asleep; this is completely normal.

After I have worked the various reflex points, I will then massage the feet with the beautiful balm and wrap the feet to end – bliss!

You will then have time to ask any questions about your session.

If you have booked a maternity or facial reflexology appointment, you can read more about these treatments on their respective pages.

How Will I Feel Following My Treatment?

Reflexology is a truly relaxing treatment, and many of my clients leave the treatment room feeling lighter and brighter, ready to face the day. The treatment is often used by clients as a way to relieve stress and as part of their well-being plan.

Before you book you can read some of my client’s reviews here.

Treatment Price

Sixty-minute foot reflexology treatment: £45

If you have a private healthcare policy, please check with your private healthcare provider, as you may be able to claim for a course of treatments.

Rest and Recharge Treatment

If you would like a longer treatment to relax, unwind and de-stress you may enjoy the Rest and Recharge two-hour appointment, which includes both facial and foot reflexology:  £90.


Treatments take place at The Health Workshop, Rushton’s Yard, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire. LE65 1AL.

To book your ‘me time’ email me, or call 07910 120 929.

Qualifications and Training 

  • International Institute of Reflexology Diploma
  • Diploma in Thermo-Auricular Therapy
  • Enhancing Fertility and Maternity Care through Reflexology. Approved by the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), via Jubilee College
  • Advanced Bergman Zone Method of Facial Reflexology – Approved by the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), taught by Ziggie Bergman at the London School of Reflexology
  • Reflexology, RLD & Immune Health – Approved by the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), taught by Sally Kay.

I continue to keep my skills and knowledge up to date by attending regular continuing professional development courses.

Membership of Professional Organisations

I am a member of the following organisations:


  • Reflexologist & Business Mentor of the Year 2024 (UK), in the Health, Beauty and Wellness Awards by LUXlife Magazine.

My Approach

My aim is to maintain professional excellence in reflexology, to be caring, compassionate and reassure my clients they are in good hands.

I believe the extensive training I have undertaken, along with my interest and passion in what I do, ensures my clients receive the best possible treatments, delivered to the highest standards.

I look forward to meeting you and providing those moments of calm with reflexology.

If you have any questions, or would like to book an appointment, email me or call on 07910 120 929.

Reflexology is a wonderful complementary therapy treatment and is not a substitute for medical care. If you are concerned about your health, please always consult your GP in the first instance.

Treat Your Feet

Lady walking with bare feet on a wooden floor.

Your feet are precious, and as part of your well-being routine it’s important to give them some attention.

Revitalise tired or overworked feet with the pumice foot scrub and comfrey and mallow foot balm from Neal’s Yard Remedies.

Neal’s Yard Remedies Consultant

As a consultant for Neal’s Yard Remedies, if you click on the links (shown above) and purchase a product as a result, I will be rewarded with a small commission of the sale. Please note, no extra costs would be added to the products for this to happen.

I am a Neal’s Yard Remedies Consultant as their ethics and values, match that of my clients and I truly love their products.

General Data Protection 

General Data Protection (GDPR) is the legal protection for personal information from May 2018.

For details about the Privacy Policy for this website, please click here.

If you provide any sensitive medical/health information to me via email, text, phone conversation or social media messenger services, I will only hold and use this if we proceed to treatment, at which time I will require explicit consent from you to hold this data. If we do not proceed to a treatment I will securely destroy all information sent.

All reflexology clients will be required to read and sign a Privacy Notice under the GDPR guidelines. This notice will be issued at your first appointment.

As the owner of Kelly Hainsworth, I am registered with the Information Commissioners Office.

The Purpose of Processing Client Data

In order to give professional reflexology treatments, I will need to gather and retain information about your health and well-being. I will only use this information for informing reflexology treatments and associated recommendations concerning aspects of health and well-being. This will be discussed in full at an appointment.

If you have any questions regarding your information or GDPR please email Kelly Hainsworth.