Reflexology is an ancient natural therapy

Reflexology dates back to 2330BC. We use special pressure techniques to stimulate points on the feet and hands. Imbalances in the tissues, organs and systems of the body may be both detected and effectively treated to restore balance and well being.

Following illness, injury, stress (emotional, mental or physical) or disease the body may be out of balance. Vital energy pathways may be blocked preventing an efficient return to health.

Many people use this natural therapy as a way to relax, de-stress yet energise their body. It may help relaxation, improve mood, aid sleep, help relieve tension and improve your sense of wellbeing.  It helped me.

How do your feet feel?

The different touch points on the foot used in reflexology - Rushwick TherapiesOur feet have a huge job carrying us and many people do not realise how sensitive they are and don’t recognise how heavy, tired, aching and stressed they may be. Try reflexology and see how this may help you.

If you’d like to try hypnoreflexology you will have the most relaxing session.

What will the treatment be like?

After a reflexology session you and your feet should feel extremely relaxed.

Typically imbalances are felt by the practitioner as crystals, tightness in the foot structure or the feet may look ‘tired’, have hard skin build up, corn type areas or be pale or yellow and the client may feel these areas to be tender.

The treatment is carried out on a very comfortable position on an Affinity Diva couch or Lafuma Reflexology chair.

You may also get an extra advantage if we combine hypnosis with the reflex work.  Please ask for hypnoreflexology if you would like to try this.  I take you through a deep relaxation technique so the mind and body can unwind whilst working on the feet.

Please note that if you are a Paycare, BUPA, Health Shield, Laya Healthcare, UK Healthcare or Westifle Health policyholder you may be able to recoup part of the cost for the treatment. I recommend you call them before booking to see if you are covered for your reflexology.

I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists and there is lots more information on their website.

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