Reflexology

Reflexology is a science which deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands which correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. Stimulating these reflexes properly can help many health problems in a natural way, a type of preventative maintenance.

Bonnie Griffiths has been practicing reflexology for 23 years, with 13 of those years in Penticton, BC where she raised her two sons. She grew up on Vancouver Island and returned in 2010 where she has made the Comox Valley her home.

Bonnie has a deep passion for the wellbeing of all people, which her reflexology practice compliments. Her firsthand (or two-feet) experience of the many benefits she experienced with receiving reflexology led her to study this intriguing ancient form of therapy. Bonnie continues to be inspired with the results her clients experience as they “step into better health with reflexology”.

Bonnie Griffiths has been practicing reflexology for 23 years, with 13 of those years in Penticto... Read More

Theresa has worked in many areas of health over the years, as a Certified Dental Assistant, Long Term Caregiver and now a Certified Reflexologist. It is in the modality of reflexology that Theresa believes relaxation, rest and restoration can be facilitated, therefore producing overall health benefits. “In the times that we live in many people are stressed both emotionally and physically. Reflexology can offer a change of pace.”

Theresa’s heart has always been to help others, and has been inspired throughout her life by these words of St. Frances of Assisi:

“Lord, make me an instrument of Thy peace, Where there is hatred, let me sow love, Where there is injury, pardon, Where there is despair, hope, Where there is darkness, light, And where there is sadness, joy.”

Theresa has worked in many areas of health over the years, as a Certified Dental Assistant, Long ... Read More

Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Kyla Savage has deep roots in the Comox Valley. Her pursuit of competitive sports, which fostered a comprehensive knowledge of physical health and wellness, as well as a natural gift for organic gardening, allowed Kyla to develop her passion for healthy living.

Pursuing reflexology was a natural progression for her. In 2008 Kyla pursued formal studies in the progressive therapy, and it soon became clear that her innate enthusiasm for helping people and her in-depth knowledge of physical health had found the perfect meeting ground.

After opening the reflexology studio with fellow certified reflexolgists Theresa Noot and Mindy Harper, Kyla has since found her groove in assisting clients on their path to better health. Whether the sessions are for preventative or therapeutic value, she is always encouraged when her clients experience the immediate and long term benefits of reflexology.

Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Kyla Savage has deep roots in the Comox Valley. Her pursuit ... Read More

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