Reflexology can aid the following:
Promote relaxation, reduce tension and fatigue
Improve immune system
Increase circulation by improving blood flow through the body
Boost the body’s ability to heal itself
Stimulate nerve function
Reflexology is a holistic complementary therapy using pressure techniques. It is based on the theory that our feet are a direct microcosm of the whole body, containing reflex points which correspond to different organs, and glands within the body. By addressing imbalances in tissues, organs, and systems to restore well-being, the aim of Reflexology is to enable the body to reach a state of homeostasis, meaning internal harmony and balance.
Many find the experience of reflexology deeply relaxing and restorative for both the body and mind. Reflexology has also been cited as having many health benefits including improved sleep quality, relaxed muscles, and increased circulation. After illness, injury or periods of stress the body’s systems are often thrown out of balance and its vital energy pathways become blocked, stopping the body from functioning effectively. By applying pressure with your thumbs and fingers to stimulate these reflexes, a state of deep relaxation is triggered which allows the nervous system to calm down. Together with improved circulation, the body is encouraged to restore its normal healthy balance and overall sense of well-being. The practitioner is primarily acting as a mediator to activate the client’s own healing potential. Before the session, you will have the opportunity to let your massage therapist know about any problem areas you might want to target during your reflexology to ensure you get the most from your session
£45 for 60 minutes
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*We accept payment by all major credit & debit cards, excluding American Express. Alternatively, we are happy for you to pay via BACS. (Unfortunately, we are no longer able accept cheques).
If you have private medical insurance, please be aware that individual policies vary, and we cannot legislate for which services your provider and policy will or will not cover for you. We therefore recommend you contact your private medical insurance company with your policy details and check ahead of booking your appointment.