Reflexology

The aims and benefits

A relaxing treatment working the reflex zone area of the feet to aid the efficient running of the whole body. A grid method is used along with anatomy knowledge to identify organ areas of tensions. A full treatment works towards restoring circulation especially through breaking down crystallised deposits in the feet.

When to have reflexology

If you suffer from hormonal conditions, headaches, poor immune system, fatigue, digestive disorders, respiratory conditions, stress, skeletal conditions, anxiety

What should I expect during my treatment?

After warming the feet and applying a Songbirds foot wax pressure is applied to all areas of the toes, feet and ankle for the right foot before repeating to the left and finishing with balancing both feet together. You may find that some areas are tender or feel different to the rest of the foot which will have a corresponding area is the body. After the treatment findings will be fully explained and advice given.

What combines well with this treatment?

Forms part of an Aromatherapy treatment and oils can be blended and used

Deep Tissue Massage may be necessary to work on soft tissue imbalances where reflexology has been used to see what is going on overall with the body particularly the spine

Nutritional testing and education

Kinesiology to establish food or digestion issues, supplements needed, to lift out emotional issues

Stress Management coaching and Talking therapies

Indian Head Massage for specific upper back and head problems

Thermal Auricular Therapy to release ear and sinus congestion

Hot Stone therapy to warm and relax the muscles of the feet

Galvanic Facial to improve the texture and tone of the skin and facial muscles

Yoga stretches for aftercare advice

Face Yoga to alleviate the tension in the jaw and work the muscles of the face