Love sole Therapy


Mind, Body and Sole

Welcome to Love Sole Therapy in Woodley, Reading; Complementary Therapies for health, relaxation and renewal

Welcome to Love Sole Therapy!

Welcome to my website! I'm Priya, a dedicated reflexologist located in Woodley, Reading. My journey into the world of holistic healing began at a young age, inspired by my grandfather's healing practices. I firmly believe in the remarkable innate healing abilities of our bodies. Through my extensive experience in healthcare, I've come to understand that the synergy between science and complementary therapies is essential to restore our body's natural balance.

I proudly hold a Centralia's Level 5 Diploma in Practitioner Reflexology, a unique qualification within the UK's 'Nursing and subjects and vocations allied to medicine' sector. This accreditation is recognized by esteemed institutions such as the NHS, the UK government, and private healthcare insurance companies.

My expertise covers a range of reflexology modalities, including:

  • Foot and Hand reflexology
  • Palliative care reflexology
  • Pregnancy and Maternity reflexology
  • NEPIP (Neuro Endo Psycho Immuno Pody) – an exclusive Level 5 reflexology technique
  • Reflexology Lymph Drainage (RLD)
  • Facial Acupressure
  • Aroma reflex
  • Auricular therapy

In addition to my reflexology qualifications, I'm a Silva graduate and a pranic healer. With a passion for holistic healing and a commitment to providing exceptional care, I'm here to support your journey towards well-being.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your fees?

The initial session starts with a chat about reflexology and you will need to fill a medical history form. We will discussed about your lifestyle and concerns. You will then have an investigatory treatment which will help me provide a tailored treatment plan specifically for you. The first treatment will last for about an hour.

Cost: £50 for this 1st session.

Foot and hand reflexology with aroma reflex £60 for 1 hour treatment with foot soaking .

Integrated auricular, hand and foot reflexology £65 for 1h30 mins treatment with foot soaking.

Foot and auricular reflexology £60 for 1 hour treatment with foot soaking.

Follow up treatments: £45 for 45 minutes foot reflexology only.


I offer 10% off a course of 4 treatments booked and paid in advance.

These treatments need to be used within 6 months.

Each treatment will be personalised to you, to suit your physical and emotional wellbeing.

To fully embrace the benefits of reflexology I recommend between 4 – 7 weekly 1-hour session. This will be discussed with you during the investigatory session.

Refer a friend promotion: Get an exclusive £5 off your next treatment when you refer a friend. There is no limit to the number of friends you can recommend.

Enjoy exclusive discounts for NHS workers, teachers, students, and seniors!

I also sell gift vouchers, which you can purchase here.

Please note: I currently accept payment by cash, credit/debit card, bank transfer, apple and Google pay.

Cancellation Policy: Please let me know as soon as possible if you can longer make your appointment or need to rescheduled. Please give me at least 24hr notice otherwise 50% cancellation fee will be charged for no show, missed or late cancellation.

How many treatments will I need?

Everyone is different and the response to Reflexology can be immediate or sometimes take longer than one appointment, but often benefits can be seen after 4-5 sessions. Regular weekly treatments are best for the body properly beginning the self-healing process, and following an initial consultation I will suggest the number of Reflexology sessions I think we should undertake.

What happens in a treatment?

Reflexology is performed entirely on the feet, ankles or hands, so the most you’ll have to do is take off your socks and roll up your trousers! During the treatment the client lies on their back on a reclining chair, supported by pillows and covered with a soft blanket to keep them warm.

And don’t worry - reflexology doesn't tickle! Many clients come to me with ticklish feet or worried about their feet being touched, but find they can relax and enjoy the benefits of Reflexology.

Does Reflexology hurt?

You might find some areas feel sensitive to the touch, but Reflexology does not involve hard pressing in the way something like a sports massage might. As a therapist I will be aware of the status of your feet, noticing how they feel, the temperature and colour. All these things play a part in understanding which areas of your body - as reflected through your feet - require a bit more care and attention.

Can you diagnose health problems?

Reflexologists cannot claim to diagnose or cure, but during a treatment we get 'feedback' as to which parts of the body are working well and which are not. Sometimes Reflexology will highlight a specific area which is struggling or working hard to maintain your wellbeing; if a particular reflex point shows this kind of reaction I'll discuss it with you at the end of the session.

Reflexology Aftercare Guidance

Reflexology is a potent technique for detoxifying the body, boosting energy and immune systems, enhancing relaxation, and promoting a sense of well-being.

To fully benefit from your treatment, it’s important to take extra care of yourself afterward.

Recommended Aftercare:

*Stay Hydrated:* Drink plenty of water to aid in flushing out toxins.

*Avoid Stimulants:* Refrain from alcohol, smoking, tea, coffee, and other stimulants for 24 hours.

*Rest and Relax:* Give your body time to adjust and recover.

*Avoid Heat Treatments:* Steer clear of steam rooms and saunas for a day or so.

*Eat Light:* Choose light, healthy meals to support your body’s detoxification process.

*Gentle Exercise:* Engage in light physical activities like walking or stretching to keep your circulation moving.

*Practice Mindfulness:* Spend some time in meditation or deep breathing exercises to maintain your relaxation.

Possible Post-Treatment Reactions:

After your therapy, your body may continue to respond for a short period.

These temporary reactions are normal and positive signs that reflexology is working, helping expel toxins and promote recovery. These effects should subside within 24 hours.

*Increased Urination:* A frequent need to use the lavatory.

*Sweating:* Perspiration as your body detoxifies.

*Cold-like Symptoms:* A runny nose, cough, or other similar symptoms.

*Changes in Sleep:* Sleepiness, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, or vivid dreams.

*Skin Reactions:* A slight rash or spots as the skin rebalances.

*Emotional Fluctuations:* Heightened emotions, irritability, or mood swings.

*Temporary Flare-Ups:* Repressed conditions may temporarily flare up before healing, causing you to feel a bit "out of sorts."

Contact :

If you have any concerns or questions, please contact on this number 07726771643 or email at

What My Clients Say

The Benefits of Reflexology


Reflexology is a wonderful way of maintaining your body's healthy balance and general wellbeing, reducing the stresses and tensions that come with busy lifestyles and giving us a space to reflect on the mind as well as the body.


Reflexology can induce a deep state of relaxation, which improves the effectiveness of the treatment. Relaxing helps relieve tension and aids circulation, increasing the flow of nutrients, oxygen and energy to all parts of the body, and helping with the removal of toxins.


While it is not a cure, Reflexology can be particularly helpful in managing many health conditions, especially constant or recurring ones that we might have come to accept over time as being a normal part of life.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is a natural therapy founded on the belief that your feet and hands are a reflection of the systems in your body - where specific areas correspond to organs, glands and structure. By applying gentle pressure to areas of the feet or hands a Reflexologist can help the body restore its own healthy balance. Evidence has been found for some form foot and hand therapy being practised in China and Egypt more than four thousand years ago.

Reflexology aims to treat the individual as a whole, creating a state of harmony in both body and mind. It has the benefit of also being a deeply relaxing therapy, and during periods of relaxation the body takes the opportunity to heal, restore and energise itself.

Reflexology is suitable for all ages, from baby to adult, and can be especially helpful for long-term and recurring conditions. Reflexology does not diagnose and does not cure though; as a complementary therapy it should not be considered an alternative to conventional medicine.

How I Work

I provide a tailored treatment plan to each individual client and condition. Whether you are looking for relaxation to unwind from a stressful routine or just to try different healing approach to support a health condition my goal is to make you feel deeply relaxed, satisfied, and peaceful when you leave. I am happy to be able to help support individual in this amazing holistic approach in bringing harmony in their mental, emotional, and physical well-being.I also provide self-care workshops which I have started to give to hospital staffs by introducing reflex points for relaxation on the hands which can be used at anytime and anywhere.

Parents workshops to help your children for relaxation, sleep, anxiety, autism and many more.

Reflexology Research

Get in Touch

Contact me if you would like to have a chat about any of the therapies I offer, or to ask about booking Reflexology sessions. Alternatively, you can call me on 07726771643.

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