Foot reflexology massage in Zurich

This is an alternative medical therapy method in which the entire body and the organ system can be influenced by massaging the reflex zones at the feet. Reflex zone therapy is based on the assumption that certain areas of the skin at the extremities, but also at the palms and ears, have a reflective connection to the internal organs. By treating the corresponding reflex zones, it can contribute to the alleviation or healing of various physical complaints. The massage is carried out on the soles of the feet, toes, heels and upper sides of the toes.


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45 minutes: 115 CHF
60 minutes: 135 CHF
75 minutes: 162 CHF
90 minutes: 192 CHF


Costs covered by health insurance 50%-90%.

No prescription from a doctor is necessary.

Most supplementary insurances cover the costs of a massage. Go to our health insurance page, select your supplementary insurance and see what therapists are recognised with your insurance.


What are the basics of reflex zone massage?

The reflex zone massage is similar to the principle of Chinese acupressure or acupuncture, but is not to be confused with it, since the two therapy methods are based on different findings. The reflex zone massage known to us has its origin in North and Central American Indian people. Around 1913 the American physician William Fitzgerald systematized the foot reflex zone massage after he had observed that the natives massaged certain points on the foot with illnesses and pains and thus achieved an improvement.

The reflex zones and their interactions have also been known to the Egyptians, Indians and Chinese for thousands of years. Even in ancient times, doctors treated their patients by massaging their feet. Each organ has its own zone on the foot through which a balancing effect can be achieved on the corresponding organ. The left and right feet reflect the left and right half of the body. The same applies to the Hä;ndes. However, it has not yet been possible to explain scientifically how these long-distance effects occur in the body.

When is a massage of the foot reflex zones recommended?

When should it not be used?