IPC Pop Up x The Body Crew

Pilates Studio Elsternwick

IPC has found it’s new pop up space within our dear friend’s pilates studio in Elsternwick, The Body Crew. We will be working from here for the time being and look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful space. In addition to podiatry services, we are now also providing reflexology treatments. If you would like to read more about reflexology you can do so here.

To book your appointment, you can head to our website here. If the time you are looking for is not available, please get in touch and we will do our best to accommodate you.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

IPC Pop Up

Shop 4, 176 Hotham Street

Elsternwick VIC 3185




Image from Bao Foot Spa

Reflexology is an ancient form of non-invasive natural therapies. It dates back to as early as 2330BC in countries such as China, India and Egypt. This complementary therapy sees pressure applied to the feet (or hands) to promote wellbeing and optimal health.

The feet are often regarded as a mirror of the body and in the case of Reflexology, pressure is applied to specific points on the foot (reflexes), which correspond with different areas, organs and systems of the body.

Reflexology focuses on ‘zones’ which follow energy from the feet to the brain. If the energy flow in any of these zones becomes blocked or out of balance, it is thought to affect any part of the body contained within that zone. Reflexology works by applying a controlled amount of pressure to the zones via the tips of the practitioner’s fingers and thumbs. The pressure is not painful and can help to remove the energy block in any of the zones. This allows the body to release stress, begin to heal itself and regain balance.

Overall, Reflexology can be a wonderful way to find mental and physical relaxation, as well as a deep sense of calm. If you’re interested to try Reflexology or have had it before and want to continue on your healing journey, book in for a treatment here .

The Medical Pedicure


Dubbed the next big thing in wellness, the medical pedicure has already been embraced by trendsetters in Europe and the US. Why? Because people realise that the average pedicure no longer cuts it (no pun intended)!

Many people pay little attention to their feet, however, when you think about it, they are our foundation. Looking after your feet is the next level of self-care. People now want a high grade, medical service provided by trusted professionals. These professionals are podiatrists. Podiatrists have the knowledge, training and skills to give you the best care helping you get the most out of your feet day in, day out. Additionally, we can deliver a service that is healthy, hygienic and safe.

The medical grade pedicure involves cutting your toenails correctly to prevent ingrown nails, and removing the hard, dry skin that builds up under the feet. All of this is done using sterile instruments, meaning you are not at risk of infection – unfortunately something that can occur at nail salons where they use the same equipment from one person to the next. We do not apply polish to the nails, however we will leave your feet looking and feeling so great you may even want to go polish free!

With sandal season upon us now, it’s a great time to make your feet a priority!