Health & Wellness

Reflexology Explored with 'A Tranquil Journey'


LITTLE FALLS, N.J. - Reflexology is an art and science creating wellness.  Reflexology is used to relieve tension and treat illness, that is based on the theory that there are stress points in your hands, feet, and head, that are connected to other parts of your body.

A Tranquil Journey in Little Falls is a reflexology office inside of the wellness center 'Health on Main'. According to their site reflexology reduces tension and increases relaxation, revitalizes the body and increases energy, and returns the body to a state of balance that helps to control pain.

Reflexology can help ease and pain and treat illness such as, Asthma and Allergies Headaches and Migraines Cramps and Premenstrual Problems Menopause and Hot Flashes Indigestion, Digestion Back, Hip, Knee, Sciatica Kidneys, Bladder Reproduction Fatigue Arthritis Blood Circulation Edema (Water retention) Diabetes Fractures Hypertension/High Blood Pressure Reflexology relieves Tension and Stress and leaves you in a state of Total Relaxation.

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A typical session will consist of stimulation and message to your hands, feet, and head. Concentrating on multiple pressure points helps to soothe and stimulate the whole body, putting you in a state of relaxation that is said to induce self healing and a state of balance that helps to control pain. 

There is also a balancing and strengthening treatment which is great for fitness after 50 years old, those looking for low impact fitness, and eye and brain exercise. 

Services are listed and priced as follows:

$18 – 20 minute relaxation session
$36 – 40 minute reflexology feet/relaxation session
$54 – complete session… Reflexology hand and feet, neck, shoulder, head, body/RELAXATION

Balancing and Strengthening
Private: $18 per session
Group: $7 per person

Gift Cards and Discount packages also available. Contact A Tranquil Journey at 973-812-7916 or 973-563-1652 or email at For more information visit their site at


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