"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity"

 - World Health Organisation 1948



This is a precise treatment, using finger and thumb walking techniques, that cover the whole foot. It is a non invasive way of stimulating the reflex areas to aid relaxation and help reduce stress.


This is a therapeutic massage to aid recovery from injury or soft tissue dysfunction. Treatments will include a posture analysis, range of movement and functional testing.


I am also able to offer taping and strapping, dry needling and medical acupuncture

30 Min - £25 / 60 Min - £40


This is a deeply relaxing form of Reflexology which works on a variety of facial maps including Vietnamese Dien Cham, Ayurveda,Traditional Chinese Meridian and neurological. 

60 Min - £40

60 Min - £40



Personal statement and profile

I have been working as a Reflexologist since 2009 when I completed my one year diploma course with The International Institute of Reflexology (IIR). I have completed additional courses in Advanced Reflexology Techniques, Facial Reflexology Sorensensistem and Limbic Reflexology. I also qualified as tutor and enjoyed several years working with the IIR helping to teach Anatomy and Physiology.

In 2015, I qualified as a Level 3 Sports Massage Therapist and have since been working to help all of my clients, dealing with a variety of conditions. In 2017 I completed the Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy which has helped develop my skills and range of treatment options.


In 2019 I completed courses in dry needling and medical acupuncture. I also offer cupping therapy.


Since 2018, I have been working as a tutor and assessor for the Sports Massage Academy delivering the Level 3 Diploma course and specialist CPD days


​I am Fully Insured and First Aid Qualified.

Louise Greenwood

"I am totally committed to providing all of my clients with personal and professional treatments tailored to their specific needs" - Louise

Enbalance qualifications and memberships



Enbalance Reflexology & Sports Massage

4 Moray Place, Dronfield Woodhouse, Dronfield, S18 8ZN

Tel: 0774 874 9129

Email: louise@enbalance.co.uk

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Facial Reflexology

Helen, Sheffield

Initially, I was curious to try Facial Reflexology but soon  came to love my sessions with Louise. The treatment is sublimely relaxing, Louise is very generous with her wealth of knowledge, not just health wise but in many areas of life. I've suffered various hormonal imbalances that really benefited from Facial Reflexology, plus it's helped with digestion issues. I look forward to every treatment, feel blissfully content afterwards, often having drifted  into a deeply relaxed state. Louise is a true professional, she has created a lovely treatment space, and always gives 100% amazing treatments.


Foot Reflexology

Alison, Dronfield

When looking for a practitioner, I look for honesty and for someone I can trust. Louise offers both. Louise offers not only a great experience but sound detailed knowledge and constructive advice to take away and act upon.  Her commitment to offering her clients well thought out and researched advice, I find is invaluable.

Sports Massage

Chris, Dronfield

Visited Louise as I had developed a bad back, she was incredibly professional and thorough, it was painful but my back has given me no trouble since. 


Frequently asked questions

Is sports massage just for sports injuries?

No. in fact, the majority of people who come for treatments have issues that are nothing to do with sport. This can be postural, issues related to their job, gardening, inactivity etc. Sports massage helps maintain functional fitness whatever your age or activity level.

How do I choose between Foot and Facial Reflexology?

This is entirely a personal preference. With a foot reflexology there is more interaction between the therapist and the client during the treatment. During a facial treatment there is no dialogue as it requires the client to relax so that the facial muscles are not engaged.

What is the difference between Swedish massage and sports massage?

Sports massage uses the same techniques as Swedish Massage, effleurage and petrissage at the start of the treatment. Other techniques are used dependant on the presenting condition, range of movement testing, palpation and functional testing. These include, frictions, transverse frictions, trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques and connective tissue therapy. Some of these may be more painful, but only to a level that the client determines.

What do I need to bring to my treatment?

Foot Reflexology: Just yourself. Socks/tights and shoes will be removed. Don't worry if you have been on your feet all day as your feet will be cleaned prior to the treatment. Facial Reflexology: Make up will be removed at the start of the treatment so bring supplies to re-apply. Sports massage: a pair of shorts and a bra that can be unclipped at the back.

Is there an extra charge for the initial treatment?

No, although you will need to allow an additional 30 minutes to your treatment time to allow for the consultation process.