Bimini Road Reflexology Walk

Our Bimini Road Reflexology Walk is designed in a similar shape to the Bimini Road underwater rock formation located near North Bimini Island in the Bahamas—a formation that is said to be an ancient man-made road and speculated to be part of the remains of Atlantis whose location was predicted in the Edgar Cayce readings.

Reflexology is an ancient healing art based on the reflex points that exist in the hands, feet, and ears which correspond to all parts of the body. Studies show that walking on specifically placed uneven, natural stones stimulates acupressure points in the feet and can improve circulation and reduce overall stress. Reflexology paths are common in Asia where people walk daily to enhance health and well-being.

Tips for Walking a Reflexology Path

1)   Walk each section of the path at your own pace and breathe slowly. Your feet may be tender at first, so start with just a few steps.

2)   For the best acupressure effect, walk barefoot, in socks, or in soft-soled shoes. However, in hot weather, do check the stones to make sure they are not too hot for your bare feet.

3)   Rest between walking sessions and massage areas of soreness on your feet.

4)   After walking the reflexology path, drink water to help flush away toxins.