Reflexology By Tish

Relax, Renew, Revive - Reflexology


Summer 2020


Dear Reflexology Clients,

I have been thrilled to know each and everyone of you over the years. So I will just start with a heartfelt thank you to you all, your support has been amazing. 

As many of you know I have had my reflexology business on hiatus since mid March. I have decided to shut down my current location at 108 West Dakota Ave. I will keep you updated with further announcements as I know more. For now I will be taking some time off to spend with my husband who has just retired, while looking around to see where reflexology will lead me next.

Don’t forget to check this website for updates. I will be eventually be  available for out of office engagements, so please contact me if you have any questions.

The twenty years I spent at 108 W. Dakota were simply magical. Sharing professional office space with Dawn Day was a complete delight and I would like to acknowledge and thank her as well. 

I am hoping that you all stay well, stay strong. Don't forget Reflexology Works!


Reflexology is best understood once you have experienced a session.  Please feel free to look around at the website.  If you have any further questions about reflexology  don't hesitate to call me.  Thank you for coming to my website

About Reflexology

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology maps out the reflection of the entire body on the feet, hands and outer ears. Reflexology uses specialized and orderly techniques to deliver pressure to those specific points, facilitating deep relaxation.  Reflexology is a pressure point somatic technique, distinctly different from massage.   

Reflexology works from within and taps into the energies flowing through the body.



Reflexology delivers specific pressures to specific points on your feet, hands, ears and more.  These points are found using the bones as trail guides for precision.  Deep relaxation promotes healing on every level.


Health is an ongoing process.

Reflexology is both art and science.  It is the perfect synthesis of body and energy work.

Learn More About Reflexology


American Reflexology Certification Board (ARCB)

The ARCB is a national testing agency insuring that practitioners uphold the highest standards in the nation.  You can access their website at:


Reflexology Association of America (RAA)

RAA is a national organization that acts as a clearinghouse for all of the reflexology information happening in the United States.

You can access their website at:


National Council For Reflexology Educators (NCRE)

The NCRE is a non-profit organization that supports the needs of reflexolgy educators.

You can access their website at:


International Reflexology Council (ICR)

The ICR promotes the study and exchange of knowledge and art of Reflexology.  It's aim is to create global awareness of Reflexology.

You can access their website at:


View this Video To Learn More About National Certification


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Services Available



A half-hour session usually focuses on hands, ears or feet only.  It is a great way to get a quick boost during a work day.  Often clients chose to come once a week.  This option allows a good amount of time to work with problem areas.   Easy in and out, very well may turn into the best half hour of your day.


Full Hour

The full hour offers deep relaxation.  There is time for work to be done on the hands and ears.  Warm cloths, stones and oils are applied.  Easily making it the very best hour of your day.


Ninety Minute

A ninety minute session is offered for those who want extra pressure point work and deep relaxation.  May turn out to be the best ninety minutes of your week.

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Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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