Did You Know?..

Our feet our actually quite fascinating.


Each foot has over 7,000 known nerve ending points.By pressing certain points on the foot a Reflexologist helps  stimulate the nerve pathways all the way back to the brain resulting in many improvements throughout your body as described below.

Prince George Reflexology

Reflexology is a holistic healing method that doesnt just ease pain but also restores peace of mind and tranquility.  Refexologists perform manual manipulation of the clients pressure points in the feet and hands.  These points are connected to specific parts of the body and your brain that can have blocked or impeded nervous system communication.

Reflexology Can Help With:

There are many reasons to seek Reflexology treatment.  Below are a few of the primary reasons to see your Reflexologist today:

  • Asthma

  • Insomnia

  • Constipation

  • Allergy Relief

  • Anxiety Relief

  • Headache Relief

  • Stress Reduction

  • Increased Energy

  • Improved Circulation

  • Type 2 Diabetes relief

  • Promotes Heart Health

  • Improved Immune System

  • Stimulated Nerve Function

  • Reduction of PMS Symptoms

  • Healing Assistance for Sinusitis

Being Prepared For Your Reflexology Visit at the Krell Wellness Center in Prince George

NEW PATIENTS. Please arrive 5 minutes early for your first visit as there will be additional paperwork to complete.  If you have not completed your clinic wide intake form online please arrive 15 minutes early for your appointment.  If you arrive late your treatment will still end at the same time and you will be charged for your full appointment

Your appointment will be 60 minutes in duration. During this time you will be asked a series of questions about your overall health and questions about your primary areas of concern.

The Reflexologist will review your case with you and recommend the treatment plan best suited to your needs. Treatment plans may include additional Reflexology appointments and/or referral to other practitioners in the clinic. 

NOTE:  Reflexology is typically not covered under extended benefits but should be considered as a strong part of your personal health plan.