Reflexology

Reflexology is a deeply rejuvenating and restorative experience that is believed to have emerged from ancient Egyptian culture. It aims to return the body to a state of homeostasis, equilibrium and balance. This gentle treatment is a highly effective form of foot massage that has carved an impressive niche in the world of complimentary medicine.

This relaxing therapy works to encourage the body to heal – this is achieved by increasing energy levels, improving blood and energy circulation, helping the immune system to function properly, fighting against pain and inflammation and eliminating toxins from the body.

How does it work? Going off the principle that organs and parts of the body are represented by reflex points on the feet; by applying a combination of gentle and firm pressure techniques to these reflex points, a stimulative response may be triggered, allowing the body to begin healing, bringing about an overall sense of relaxation and wellbeing.

To learn more about this incredibly relaxing and beneficial treatment, book your free consultation today.

Prices Starting From

  • £65


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treatment overview

  • DURATION

    1 hour

  • ANAESTHESIA

    None

  • DOWNTIME

    None

  • RESULTS

    Can be immediate

FAQS

  • What is reflexology?

    Reflexology is a complementary therapy that involves applying pressure to specific points on the hands or feet. These points are believed to correspond to different organs and systems in the body, and by applying pressure to these points, reflexology aims to promote relaxation and improve overall health and well-being.

  • What are the benefits of reflexology?

    Reflexology has been shown to have a variety of benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, reducing pain and inflammation, improving sleep quality, and promoting overall relaxation.

  • Is reflexology painful?

    Reflexology should not be painful. While some areas of the feet or hands may be more sensitive than others, the pressure applied should be firm but gentle. If you experience discomfort during a reflexology session, it is important to communicate this to your therapist. Some reflex points might be tender or painful when stimulated which could indicate an imbalance or an issue in the body.

  • How many treatments will I need?

    This really depends on your individual circumstances as everyone is different
    and will respond in their own way to the treatment. This could be as often as weekly, once a month etc. We will review and revise your
    treatment plan at regular intervals.

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