Reflexology And Fibromyalgia

How reflexology can help fibromyalgia sufferers?

Reflexology and Fibromyalgia Treatment and Therapy

In one study of 10 fibromyalgia sufferers who had reflexology treatments twice weekly for five weeks, every participant reported definite improvement in their symptoms, with no side-effects.

Fibromyalgia sufferers who have undergone regular reflexology treatments report improvement in:

  1. Mental clarity
  2. Irritable bowel syndrome
  3. Fatigue
  4. Sleep disorders
  5. Depression
  6. Myofascial pain
  7. Tender point pain

Many continue to get the treatments because it was successful at relieving their pain and giving them energy. It is beneficial as a tool for relaxation and stress relief, as well as improving circulation, relieving pain, and enhancing immune and nervous system function.

Michelle Haché, RRPr.


Hands to Heel


Michelle Haché is a certified reflexologist with the Ontario College of Reflexology a Registered Reflexology Practitioner with the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario, a Reiki practitioner as well as a fitness and birth professional in Burlington, ON. She teaches fitness classes for the City of Burlington; along with her work at Birth Beginnings she has been able to make positive impacts on the health and wellbeing of many. She is passionate about her job because she recognizes her small acts have a huge impact on the individuals and therefore the families and communities she works with.