Anna Jaffey Reflexology

A Home-Based Reflexology Practice in Kings Heath, Birmingham

Anna Jaffey (MAR. MIIR)

Anna runs a successful Reflexology practice from her home in Birmingham. Her reputation as an experienced holistic therapist has grown over the years, and she has many regular patients from the local area, as well as further afield. She also makes home visits to those patients unable to travel, and to children who may be more comfortable being treated in their own home.

A Reflexology treatment is far more than just a foot massage. It can induce a state of relaxation, improve energy flow and blood supply, and help to restore equilibrium throughout the body.

Precisely applied pressure on specific reflex points on the foot or hand affects body organs in a positive way.

Reflexology can be used to treat conditions such as PMS, Infertility, Migraine, Anxiety, Insomnia, Exhaustion, ADHD (especially in children),
Indigestion, IBS, Bowel problems etc.

About Reflexology

Reflexology is thought to have originated in Ancient Egypt and China many thousands of years ago, but modern Reflexology was first developed in the United States in the early 20th century, and was originally called “zonal therapy”. It is based on the theory that the body is divided into ten zones running longitudinally from head to toe — five on each side of the body. Precisely applied pressure on specific reflex points on the foot or hand will affect body organs in the same zone.

About Anna

Anna Jaffey trained and qualified with The International Institute of Reflexology in 1986, and is a member of the Association of Reflexologists.  

She has received training in Advanced Reflexology Techniques with Anthony Porter, and qualified as a Baby Reflex Therapist in 2007.

She also holds a diploma in Nutrition from the International College of Natural Health Sciences.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Treatment involve?

To begin the session, I will take a full medical history, in order to ascertain any existing conditions or ongoing medication the patient may have. Patients can wash their feet if they wish, before the treatment starts. The session can take between 30 minutes and 1 hour, and will end with a relaxing foot massage.


“I became interested in Reflexology after reading various articles in magazines and papers about it, and was delighted to find a practitioner in the near vicinity……After several treatments I was aware that unknown tensions in my back were beginning to diminish. I became more relaxed and open, and found I was enjoying work to a much greater extent. I lost two stone in weight, I had my hair cut short – was quite a different person in fact.
Reflexology works! Give it a try!”