Reflexology in Geneva

Foot reflex zone massage

What is Reflexology ?

Reflexology is an age-old technique of natural medicine first recorded in China 3,000 years ago. Later, in Egypt and India.

In the West, this method was developed in the early 20th century, notably by Dr. Fitzgerald and later by Eunice Ingham, who is considered the mother of foot reflexology.

How does Reflexology work ?

The organs and regions of our body are represented in miniature under our feet, which have over 7,200 nerve endings.

When the therapist massages the feet, he or she can feel tense areas or crytal deposits which feel like grains of sand on nerve endings.

By applying pressure to these reflex points on the feet, it disperses congestion.

A signal is sent to the corresponding organ or gland, enabling its function to improve. The energy flow is thus reactivated.

Reflexology is a technique for awakening the body’s self-healing capacities and restoring its natural balance.

The benefits of reflexology

The reflex points stimulated during reflexology bring about many benefits.

I’ve been practicing reflexology in Geneva for many years. Being an ASCA-certified reflexologist is a guarantee of the therapist’s professionalism.

  • Balances the nervous system;
  • Helps with stress, depression, burn-out;
  • Relieves acute and chronic pain and headaches;
  • Improves sleep quality;
  • Improves skin problems;
  • Improves digestion;
  • Stimulates immunity;
  • Promotes blood circulation;
  • Drains the lymphatic system;
  • Boosts the body’s capacity to self-heal.

Reflexology is for everyone, whatever your age or physical condition: babies, children, teenagers, adults, pregnant women, athletes.

The only contraindication is phlebitis.

For babies (from one month) and children, specific protocols allow you to work on :

  • Birth stress, induced baby, C-section;
  • Sleep problems, night terrors ;
  • Colic, inappetence, constipation, diarrhea;
  • Emotional stress, irritability, anxiety, hyperactivity;
  • Colds, coughs, ear infections;
  • Starting daycare, the arrival of a baby brother or sister.

How does a reflexology session work?

First of all, the reflexology session opens with time for discussion, to find out the reasons for the consultation and to understand the customer’s needs and expectations.

The patient then lies fully clothed on a massage table, feet, ankles and lower legs uncovered.

After a few relaxing foot movements, work begins on the reflex points.

Certain areas may be tense or sensitive, a sign that they need rebalancing. The practitioner will adjust the intensity of his manipulations according to the feet he is working on.

The session ends with an energetic harmonisation and discussion time.

Session duration

A reflexology session lasts an average of one hour for an adult. The first session lasts longer, around 1h15.

A slightly shorter course of treatment is recommended for the elderly.

A specific 20 to 45-minute protocol applies to babies and children aged 0 to 7.

Book a reflexology session

How often should I practice reflexology?

The frequency of sessions depends on the individual and his or her motivations.

If it’s for prevention or relaxation, sessions can be monthly, for example, or more spaced out.

For those suffering from a specific health issue (stress, insomnia, digestive problems, etc.), we recommend 3 to 5 sessions spaced one to two weeks apart. They can then continue at their own pace to maintain the balance they’ve established.

Depending on the medical issue encountered, reflexology sessions may be held closer together at first, then spaced out according to need and the results obtained at the end of each session.

There is benefit from a one-off session, you will feel relaxed  and re-energises. However, you may find it more effective to have a series of 3 sessions if you need to address a specific issue, then continue at the pace that suits you best to keep the balance in place and the well-being restored during the first sessions.

Rates and booking

Reflexology in Geneva

  • One-hour session: CHF 120.00
  • First session (1h15): CHF 140.00
  • 3-session package: CHF 330.00, valid for 3 months
  • Children 0 to 12 years: CHF 70.00 (20 to 40 min.)
  • Teens aged 13 to 17: CHF 90 (45 to 60 min.)

Payment at the end of the session : cash or Twint.
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“Thank you Celia for your reflexology sessions which brought me  much well-being ! as well as your careful listening and your precious advice. A great opportunity to relax and self-reflect. I highly recommend it.”


“I wish to share with you how peaceful and quiet I felt after the treatment provided by Celia. Her therapeutic practice reveals a caring presence, strong listening skills, as well as her delicate yet firm massage movements.”


“Celia has golden hands and fingers, a beautiful energy and will welcome you warmly. You can safely put your feet in her hands and relax. After a session, you feel rejuvenated!”


“A true moment of letting go! You come out feeling so fresh and relaxed! Pure happiness thanks to Celia’s gentleness!”


“I have benefited from Celia’s treatments on several occasions. I can only recommend her for her professionalism, her firm yet delicate hand and her kindness. Just happiness!”


“Les petits pieds du bonheur” is truly aptly named! Having had foot reflexology with Celia, I can’t recommend it highly enough! Beautiful relaxation, effective gentleness, a moment of bliss, where you forget everything, which we all really need right now!”


“I can’t recommend Celia Judge’s massages highly enough: I felt completely relaxed, serene and peaceful. There’s a deep gentleness, a lot of respect and great expertise in her hands! Thank you Celia.”


“The different techniques Celia offers enrich each other for a great therapeutic effect.”



Cabinet de réflexologie

Di-M Centre for Natural Therapies
1st floor
Place de Grenus 10
1201 Geneva

Opening hours :

On Fridays and once a month on Saturday mornings.


TPG bus stops : Bel-Air, Coutance or Chantepoulet.

Car parking : Manor (3-minute walk) or Cornavin station (5-minute walk).

Human4human Coaching & Thérapies
7th floor
Rue Pedro-Meylan 1
1208 Geneva

Opening hours :

Wednesdays only, from 12:00 to 19:00


TPG bus stops : TPG stop Weber (bus 5 or 25), Krieg (bus 8) or Rieu (bus 21)

Car parking : Coop Florissant (5 mn walk) or Villereuse (10 mn walk)

Celia Judge Zumstein
Tel.: 079 211 25 43

I would be delighted to welcome you for a consultation by appointment in one of my offices, in the heart of Geneva or in the Champel district.

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