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Foot zone therapy is a method of therapy that works with a map of the body transposed on the foot. Each “zone” or signal is worked in a specific way and direction, treating the body in its entirety through the reflexes on the foot. The feet then tell a story of things that may be happening within the body.​

I have been foot zoning since 2005. I attended We Do Feet Seminars and enjoyed the training I received there. I taught for We Do Feet for a couple of years before moving to Hawaii where I then started my own school and training program called Foothold. I am continually learning and growing from the gifts and talents of others and have a passion for learning!


A foot zone session for an adult usually takes an hour and costs $60. Students are $50. Children under 12 years of age or $30. Foot zone sessions are typically done at my office. Use the scheduling tool below to book an appointment with me. 


Foot Zone Therapy Session (Adult)

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Frequently Asked Questions

01: Will you travel to a client’s home?

If you would like me to travel to your home, I charge $100 per session. Depending on the distance, I may ask that more than one session be scheduled to justify the travel. If you would like to experience a foot zone at your location, please feel free to contact me at: 808-489-0118 or

02: Are there other foot zone therapists I could schedule?

There are many qualified foot zone therapists with differing skills. Feel free to browse foot zone therapy directories to find the right fit for you and your needs. Here are some directories you can look through.

03: How long is a session?

The length of a session varies from person to person. Children are usually 30 minutes and adults are anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour.

04: Is foot zone therapy like a massage or reflexology?

I am not a massage therapist. I am solely trained in foot zone therapy. Foot zone therapy is similar to reflexology. They are like cousins from the same family. Both are beneficial and can be more or less effective depending on the training, experience, and knowledge of the practitioner. Reflexology tends to vary in the amount of time and the amount of body systems covered in the treatment. For example, a reflexologist may only work the bottom of the foot for 20 minutes. A foot zone therapy session, on the other hand, tends to cover all the body systems for a particular amount of time. This complete treatment usually takes around an hour. 

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