The Price is Right: Treat Your Feet

Visit a local spa that offers reflexology massages and get a little TLC for your tired feet.

Spoil your mother with a reflexology massage for Mother’s Day at a Newark spa or treat yourself to one when you need a little extra pampering. 

Several businesses in Newark offer foot reflexology or hand-and-foot reflexology at a range of prices. Indulge in a 30-minute treatment when your feet are feeling a bit tired or opt for a longer appointment when you really need it.

The shops listed below are open Monday through Friday and accept walk-ins.

Step into the and pamper your feet with a little TLC. The shop specializes in foot reflexology and offers foot massages starting at $14.99 for 30 minutes. Not long enough? Upgrade to a 45-minute massage for $19.99, 60 minutes for $24.99 and 90 minutes for $39.99. The shop also offers a membership card special with a 10-visit card for $200, saving you $50 over the course of your visits. After your tenth visit you will be rewarded with a free one-hour foot massage. The shop is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Head into and indulge in a one-hour reflexology massage that focuses on reflex points in your hands and feet. The 60-minute treatment costs $100, and Chinese herb oil for deep muscle can be added for an additional $10. Print the attached coupon for 15 percent off of your massage if you are a new customer. Already been to California Skin Care and Day Spa? Pick up a 20 percent off coupon when you refer someone else to the spa.

offers reflexology massages for hands and feet at its Newark location with 30 minutes for $55, 60 minutes for $80, 90 minutes for $135 or a series of six massages for $440. Add a chair massage while you are at it: $30 for 15 minutes. The shop also offers other massage options, nail services and skin services.


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