Based on the principle that all systems, organs, and glands in the body are designed on reflex zones and points, the reflexology technique aims by massage these areas and points to improve the overall condition of the body and lower tensions throughout the body.

The primary effect of reflexology is relaxation, which results in improved blood supply and nervous system functions, restoring homeostasis to all bodily functions of the body. A key word for successful reflexology is "harmony" - the aim is for the body to be in sync and work normally, with its systems harmoniously complementing and removing the sense of fatigue and inconvenience.

Reflexotherapy itself shares many common principles with acupuncture, but does not involve the use of needles. It has beneficial effects on a number of disease states, such as by pushing certain parts of the body (the palms, ear mussels, blades, the spine, etc.) removes the pain in other parts that reflect in the respective area. Practice shows that soles respond better to pressure and have established themselves as the primary therapeutic area when applying reflexology.