Our feet takes us forward in our life, unless you have amputated or are paralyzed. Each foot contains 26 bones, 20 muscles, 33 joints and 106 ligaments. It is important that all of these parts is fully functional, so that the feet can function as they should. That’s why it’s so important to exercise the feet, so that they can do their job and give you the foundation you need for your body. Fun fact: It takes 54 muscles to take one step forward and you use 20 muscles in the foot when you turn it outwards.

There are different therapies for the feet, for example zone therapy/reflexology, foot massage, pedicure and toe-/foot reading.

Zone therapy/reflexology stimulates, as most alternative therapies, the body’s self-healing system. With massage and pressure on areas on the feet, the balance in the body is reset

At Siris Oas, I have a version on Zone therapy that is called Aroma Zone Therapy. With the help of essential oils and light pressure and massage I stimulate the different areas on the feet.

Foot massage is something you can do yourself or let someone do it for you, because it’s both soothing and feels good and it stimulates the circulation in your body. At Siris Oas, I use essential oils to further stimulate the circulation.

Pedicure is done to enhance the appearance of the feet and nails.

Toe/foot reading is used as a way to coach you in you personal development. By looking at your toes and feet I can see which path you’ve walked in life and ask the questions needed, so you can start seeing your patterns and start changing. Today I’m the only one in Sweden who’s doing this.