Reflexology is a complementary therapy that is based on the principle that different organs and body systems are mapped on the feet. I’ve been a clinical reflexologist for over 21 years and continue to attend regular study days to ensure I keep up to date with new techniques. Due to my training I am on the accredited register with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council for reflexology.
On your first visit I’ll carry out a consultation including your medical history before asking you to remove shoes and socks. During your treatment some areas of your feet may feel slightly uncomfortable but I can reduce pressure to ensure it’s a relaxing experience. I finish the session using warm wax which conditions your feet leaving them feeling soft and revitalised.
Due to my qualifications many clients can claim back some of their treatment costs from their health care provider. If you wish to do this please check with your provider before your first appointment
Benefits of Reflexology
Reflexology is thought to:
- Increase circulation
- Promote relaxation and reduce stress
- Improve mental well-being and help balance the body
There are currently clinical trials taking place to evaluate the effectiveness of reflexology.
After the Treatment
At the end of a treatment people usually feel relaxed. You should:
- Drink plenty of water and rest
- Try to avoid avoid alcohol
£33.00 (60 minutes)