Welcome

Simply relax, unwind and go with the flow.

Gentle touch holistic therapies designed to encourage and support health and wellbeing.

Location

Situated in rural Kinross-shire, Footpath Therapies offers complementary therapies in relaxing and peaceful surroundings.  Located less than 5 miles from Kinross and the M90 motorway, Footpath Therapies is within easy reach of Perth, Dunfermline and the villages of West Fife and Clackmannanshire.

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Complementary / Holistic Therapies

Complementary therapies are natural therapies that are designed to work with, and support, the body's own unique natural healing abilities, hence the term - COMPLEMENTARY. Read more 

See the therapies we offer below.

Reflexology
Zu Qigong
Reiki

The benefits

Modern life is stressful, we know that stress and our lifestyle choices can have a significant impact on our general health and wellbeing. An estimated 12.5 million working days are lost annually to work related stress in the UK. (HSE survey 2017)

The question is what can we do to redress the problem?

Latest News & Articles

Please don't hesitate to read our blog.

Complementary Therapies – Main Menu Choice or Condiments?

I am very privileged to be employed as a complementary therapist working in palliative care within the NHS. As part of a multidisciplinary team where complementary therapies are well regarded and fully integrated into the routine care for patients, it is easy to forget that in other areas of the ...
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Vibration – The Power of Gentle Touch

We should never underestimate the benefits of simple touch for our physical and mental health……..medicine quite literally at our fingertips. If you have ever received or delivered a Zu Qigong session then you will be aware that despite the simplicity and gentle touch of this modality it has the potential ...
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For The Love of Feet!

This is a brief account of why and how Zu Qigong (Foot Energy Work) came about…… the story that lies behind the technique! “………the real dilemma is what to do when you love working on feet but find yourself at odds with the mainstream reflexology world?” Love them or hate ...
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Reflexology – A Reflective Review

Those of you who are familiar with my previous blog articles will know that, until now, I have focused primarily on my personal attempts to try and make sense of and unravel the mechanisms and theories involved in reflexology – the “science” of reflexology. In this article however, I would ...
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