What is Reflexology?

Modern day reflexology is based on the theory that different points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correspond with different areas of the body. Reflexologists work holistically with their clients and aim to work alongside allopathic healthcare to promote better health for their clients.

Like most holistic therapies, reflexology is non-invasive and therefore can be used to treat anyone, at any age including newborn babies.

What conditions does reflexology treat?

Reflexology can be used to treat a host of health issues, from back pain and arthritis to migraines and menstruation.

Reflexology can strengthen the immune system, prevent further illness and breathe life back into your body, making you feel balanced, positive and full of energy.

What happens during and after a typical Reflexology session?

A typical session lasts 60 minutes and during your first session, we will have an in-depth discussion of your case history.

I will then massage your hands or feet using a very gentle pressure. Generally, the treatment should feel relaxing, although it maybe slightly uncomfortable as certain parts of your hands or feet corresponding to other areas of your body where you have discomfort are massaged. This discomfort is only very short lived though, and don’t worry if you have ticklish feet, Reflexologists are used to this!
After your treatment most people remark on a feeling of general well-being and relaxation.