Foot Steam & Massage

It’s no wonders that our foot steam & massage is our most popular service here at Happy Feet. Customers may choose to enjoy a variety of Chinese traditional herbal medicine or aromatherapy oils to be used in conjunction with their foot steam for the ultimate in relaxation.

Foot steaming can help:
* improve blood circulation
* increase metabolism and burn calories for weight control
* reduce stress and promote sleep
* ease fatigue
* relieve rheumatism and arthritic joint pain
* increase cardiac output (without extra stress being placed on the heart)
* lower blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol and triglycerides



Reflexology is an alternative medicine involving the physical act of applying pressure to the feet with specific thumb, finger, and hand techniques without the use of oil or lotion. It is based on a system of zones and reflex areas that they say reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands, with the premise that such work effects a physical change to the body (Kunz, 1993).


Body Steam

Body steam is another popular massage due to its many health benefits. A steam generator is used to create water vapor at high levels of humidity. The heat and humidity may bring health benefits ranging from aiding stress relief, to body cleansing, to soothing aching muscles or arthritis. rejuvenating, deep cleansing – hydrating the skin,

* boosting your immune system and promoting antibody production
* relieving the discomfort of asthma, allergies and arthritis
* enhancing the respiratory system
* helping eliminate toxins
* reducing stress and the appearance of wrinkles
* relaxing and soothing mind & body
* relieving stress & relaxing muscles
* relieving throat irritation by moistening the air
* relaxing muscles and relieving coughing
* increasing body metabolism.



Acupressure is often called acupuncture without the needles. Instead of needles, acupressure involves the application of manual pressure (usually with the fingertips) to specific points on the body. According to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, the body has vital energy called “chi” or “qi” that flows along invisible lines of energy flow called meridians. There are thought to be at least 14 meridians connecting our organs with other parts of our body. Acupuncture and acupressure points lie on those meridians. If the flow of qi is blocked at any point on a meridian, it’s thought to be the cause of ailments and lead to disease anywhere along the meridian. That’s why a practitioner may apply pressure to an acupressure point in the foot to relieve a headache.


Aromatherapy massage

Aromatherapy has been around for some 6000 years and involves the use of pure essential oils (fragrant plant extracts), usually through massage, inhalation, baths or compresses. In an aromatherapy massage, individual blends are prepared by the practitioner, in a base of cold pressed oil and then applied to the patient’s skin through a remedial or relaxing massage. It is important that they are not used directly on the skin, as burning or rashes could occur. As a holistic treatment, aromatherapy can have a profound effect on physical and psychological wellbeing. There exists the belief that scent, as the most enduring of our senses, has the power to transform our emotions, and heal our bodies.


Remedial massage

Remedial massage is a deep massage done to create the conditions for the body’s return to normal health after injury. It is used to treat strains, sprains, broken bones, bruising, any injury where the skin is intact. Deep tissue massage removes blockages, damaged cells, scar tissue and abrasions left after injury, speeds up recovery and encourages more complete healing. Remedial massage is also used for conditions created by lifestyle for example repetitive strain injury and back pain. It is designed to increase the flow of blood and lymph, particularly in the injured areas.