When to have reflexology
If you have:
- hormonal conditions
- intense pain that cannot be worked directly on the area
- general sluggish feeling
- regular of one off headaches
- a compromised immune system and regular infections
- digestive disorders
- respiratory conditions
- a stressful or busy life
- skeletal conditions
- hip and lower backache
The aims and benefits
- To deeply deeply relax
- To work the reflex areas of the feet and aid the efficient running of the whole body.
- To relax muscles and trace nerves and organs.
- To restore better blood and lymphatic circulation by working the extremities.
- To break down crystallised deposits.
- To balance hormones
What should I expect during my treatment?
For foot reflexology the feet are warmed and a foot wax is applied. Pressure is then applied to all areas of the toes, feet, ankle and sometimes the shin. The right foot is usually worked first and then the left, finishing by balancing both feet together. You may find that some areas are tender or feel different to the rest of the foot. These areas correspond to an area of the body. All relevant findings and any advice is explained at the end.
A New Client session includes a full consultation and a treatment £70 (90 mins)
£50 (60 mins) for follow up sessions and monthly treatments
£70 (90 mins) for deeply relaxing fusion treatments
What combines well with this treatment?[/cs_column]
Aromatherapy 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
Kinesiology to establish food or digestion issues, supplements needed, to lift out emotional issues
Yoga stretches for aftercare advice
Face Yoga to alleviate the tension in the jaw and work the muscles of the face