REFLEXOLOGY

REFLEXOLOGY

The science of Reflexology has been around for thousands of years. It is based on the belief that there are reflexes in our hands, feet, ears and face that relate to every organ and part of our body. By stimulating these reflexes with pressure and manipulation, nerve function and blood supply may be improved, which may alleviate stress and other health issues. Promoting relaxation, restoring balance throughout the body and promoting a general sense of wellbeing. Please note I generally apply reflexology to the feet but can work on the hands if preferred.
Cost per treatment is £30 Allow 1 hour 30 minutes for initial consultation. Each session thereafter will last approximately 1 hour.
Gift vouchers available
You can book or find out more here
Desired long-term effects of reflexology include
  • reduced stress and induced relaxation
  • feeling of increased energy
  • relief from acute and chronic conditions
  • relief from stress related conditions & sleeping disorders
  • improvement of mental alertness, stimulation of creativity and productivity

Aftercare advice

To ensure that you gain maximum benefit from a treatment, I recommend that you
  • Make some time to enjoy the feeling of deep relaxation and calmness 
  • Increase the amount of water you drink over the next few days  
  • Reduce your caffeine intake
  • Try to cut down on smoking
  • Avoid alcohol for 24 hours
  • Eat a balanced diet
Occasionally, you may experience reactions when the body begins its self-healing process and the elimination of toxins.
These reactions may include
  • Frequent visits to the toilet
  • Headache
  • Runny nose and/or cough
  • Perspiration – another way that the body can excrete waste
  • Conditions which have been suppressed may flare up temporarily before they heal
These reactions are only temporary and should clear within 24-48 hours. They are positive signals that your body has responded to the treatment and is balancing itself.
Functional Reflex Therapy and Reflexology  must not replace conventional medicine.  It should not be used as an alternative without seeking professional advice, however, as a complementary therapy it can be utilised alongside medication already taken.
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