Fertility Reflexology


Reflexology for preconception and infertility


Reflexology supports women's journey for pregnancy

and childbirth


Trying to become pregnant is an overwhelming and stressful experience. Infertility, in particular, can be a highly emotional journey with uncertainty. It is a very stressful condition.


Stress can have a negative effect on the ability to conceive, and reflexology is known to be both soothing and relaxing. It also works by improving the natural healing abilities of the body, encouraging all of the body systems to function efficiently, and helping with removing toxins from the body.


Many couples seek reflexology to improve their chances of conceiving and to get a second opinion before deciding for assisted fertility programs. 



<Female Fertility>


Having regular reflexology can be especially beneficial for those suffering fertility problems. It can help hormonal imbalances, regulate the menstrual cycle and relieve the anxiety. It helps to keep the person relaxed and more positive. The reflexology treatment also puts the body in prime condition to receive and fertilise the eggs. 


Currently, one in seven couples suffers from infertility, and 30% of those are not producing eggs. Reflexology can be used for most of the cycle but may be most helpful between menstruation and ovulation and it would be best.


In reflexology for fertility, the points relate to the fallopian tubes and ovaries associated with egg production. 

By massaging these points in a reflexology treatment, the body can unlock energy pathways and regain its natural balance, heal itself and support the healing of issues affecting conception.





<Male Fertility>

Apart from talking about the many possible challenges for female fertility, how to deal with them and how to assist with reflexology, male fertility usually involves the disrupted production, development and/or transport of sperm.

Some men produce no sperm or too few healthy sperm where an abnormal shape or structure prevents the sperm from moving correctly. Worldwide men's semen quality is declining both in terms of sperm and mobility.

Poor semen quality can often improved by:

  • reducing air and chemical pollution as much as possible
  • avoiding heat exposure
  • bringing positive changes into the daily lifestyle
  • and with good reflexology techniques the process is helped even more.








  • Reflexology (foot, hand & ear)
  • Fertility Reflexology
  • Head massage (shoulder, neck, head, ear & face)
  • Lymph Drainage Massage
  • Reiki 
  • Coaching
  • Access Bars
  • Ear Candling
  • Remote session




at 'Komyo ReikiDo'

Level 1, Suite 4,

542 Whitehorse Road,

Mitcham Vic 3132

Monday - Saturday



at 'Health Food Thyme'

12-14 McAdam Square,

Croydon Vic 3136

Friday 9am-1pm






0425 787 184

(by appointment only)