VRT Research and Articles

Vertical Reflex Therapy was discovered and developed in the mid-1990’s by Lynne Booth while working at the St Monica Trust, Bristol, UK. VRT practitioners, who have attended Booth VRT authorised courses, are invited to submit VRT research or studies to be published on this website and in the VRT Newsletter.

Articles – Many more articles on reflexology and VRT will be uploaded shortly

Reflexology and Dementia; tips for therapist and carer support  by Lynne Booth –  Reflexions -December 2014

Sport: Touch line reflexology for sports injury  International Therapist –  Lynne Booth -Winter 2015

Vertical Reflexology and Healthy Aging – Lynne Booth – Reflexions – December  2015

Sleep Issues and Diaphragm Rocking from the VRT Repertoire – Reflexions – June 2018

Teenagers, VRT and Reflexology – Barbie White – May 2021 

Guidelines for offering reflexology to care homes – Lynne Booth – May 2021

Reflexology helps a baby on a long haul flight – Lynne Booth – May 2015

For many years Lynne Booth was the Reflexology Expert Columnist for the acclaimed international journal Positive Health.

Read the series of articles listed below on many reflexology health topics on

   Taking Reflexology to the next level by Allison Walker – Principal of  Contemporary Reflexology College:  describes how she, and some other teaching organisations, had become increasingly concerned by the falling and varying standards of reflexology training in th