Hot Stone Reflexology

The benefits of Hot Stone Massage are widely known but fewer people have come across Hot Stone Reflexology.

Originally training as a reflexologist 22 years ago, I only came across Hot Stone Reflexology recently and have been completely blown away by Sally Earlam’s training course. Quite simply it takes your treatment to another level.

Hot Stone Reflexology has all the benefits of traditional reflexology. However, this treatment also uses slow, rhythmical massaging with hot stones to relax over worked muscles of the lower leg. The stones also warm and prepare the reflexes for deeper work of the feet.

 

Benefits of Hot Stone Reflexology

Reflexology is thought to:

    • Increase circulation
    • Promote relaxation and reduce stress
    • Improve mental well-being and help balance the body

 

After the Treatment

At the end of a treatment people usually feel relaxed. You should:

  • Drink plenty of water and rest
  • Try to avoid alcohol

 

Frequently Asked Questions for Hot Stone Reflexology

Will this treatment be as effective as traditional reflexology?

Yes it will, I’ll use different sized stones to warm and then work the reflexes ensuring that you still receive the benefits of a traditional treatment.

Will the hot stones burn me?

The temperature of the stones will always be suitable for maintaining a relaxing and effective treatment so you will not feel any discomfort.

 

Prices

Hot Stone Reflexology – £38.00 (60 minutes)

 

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I'm really benefiting from being a member of Association of Reflexologists as it provides information about lots of courses for my continued professional development.

I'm excited to begin a 20 week course about Common Health Conditions with Bridgewater and Taunton College. This covers arthritis, strokes, Parkinson's, dementia and sensory loss.

I'm also really looking forward to a weekend course in March with Sally Earlam where I'll be updating my reflexology skills in relation to pregnancy.

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