Although all of our massages are great, foot massages are what Treat Your Feet is most known for in the Atlanta area. Our name says it all. We know feet...at a scientific level! Our foot massages entail more than just a feel good rub. Foot reflexology techniques are involved.
Foot reflexology is a type of massage which originated in ancient China or Egypt around 4000 B.C. In foot reflexology, pressure is purposely applied to reflex points in the feet to send signals to other targeted parts of the body. Each foot contains more than 7,200 nerve endings, 19 muscles, 26 bones, and 107 ligaments! Your feet are linked to every part in the human body. Take a look at the chart below to see which foot reflex point corresponds to which body part/organ.
If you look at the diagram above, you'll see that applying pressure to the insoles of both feet sends signals to the lumbar vertebrae and cervical spine. Applying pressure to the heel on both feet sends signals to the lower back and gluteal area. You'll notice that the heart is linked to a reflex point on the right foot only. Our foot massage therapists know this diagram well.
If you're looking to holistically heal some minor ailments, a foot massage at Treat Your Feet Buckhead is the way to go because our foot massage therapists are well-versed in foot reflexology techniques that have helped relieve:
It's not uncommon for our foot massage therapists to even be able to induce labor in expectant mothers who are overdue. If you are pregnant though, please consider our prenatal massage.
In addition to curing minor ailments, our customers have experienced the following benefits from getting regular foot massages:
These benefits are multiplied when foot massages are done on a regular basis. If you work in a profession that requires you to be on your feet all day, then regular foot massages are what you need. Standing for extended hours will eventually take its toll on your health. Standing for long hours will eventually cause long term health problems such as nerve damage, inflammation, and chronic back pain. Many of our clientele have become believers in foot reflexology after just one massage.
There is no time limit on massages. As long as the requested time period is available, then you can schedule it.
Asian spa music is played throughout your massage. No outside music or speakers are allowed.
We ask that you cancel at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment.
No, we do not. Treat Your Feet is not a medical facility.
If you are feeling sick, we prefer you not to come in and possibly getting our other customers sick.
Our customers come to our massage spa because it provides a quiet and serene environment for them which allows them to relax, so we ask that you refrain from talking during your massage.
You can bring your own beer and wine, but we do not allow food or hard liquor.
We require a credit card on file for parties of 3 or more and for reserving the couple’s room.
Your massage gift card is good for up to 5 years.
We do not take pre-payments especially over the phone. You may come to the store to pay or purchase a gift card online.
We currently do not offer any discounts.
Tipping is not required, but it is encouraged. Most of our customers tip 20% of the bill amount, but how much you tip is entirely up to you.
We do not accept insurance. Treat Your Feet Buckhead is not a medical facility. Our primary focus is on your comfort and relaxation. If you have any current or new medical conditions, please consult with your doctor first before coming to our facility for a massage. These include, but are not limited to, muscular and skeletal injuries, surgeries, and pregnancies.
Whether the appointment is for a foot or full body massage, please notify the front staff how many weeks pregnant you are to help us determine the strength of the massage.
Treat Your Feet Buckhead shall not be responsible for any personal property or items that are left, lost, stolen, or damaged on the premises.
The guest / patron hereby waives, disclaims, and releases Treat Your Feet Buckhead from any and all liability regarding any personal property or items that are left, lost, stolen, or damaged on the premises.