Feet, face or hands?
I offer foot, facial and hand reflexology and they all work on the same premise – that by working specific reflex points, corresponding areas within the rest of the body are rebalanced. Each treatment is nurturing, deeply relaxing and promotes your body's innate healing abilties.
Foot reflexology is my most popular treatment. As well as being extremely relaxing, it feels very therapeutic as it works the reflex points on your feet deeply. Foot reflexology can be a powerful treatment and many of my clients report feeling sensations in their body, as well as postitive shifts in how they feel mentally and emotionally. It's also a great treatment to have if you're on your feet all day, as it feels really good on the feet, ankles and calves. We generally pay very little attention to our hard-working feet and a foot reflexology treatment can really help us reconnect with how our feet should feel.
If you've always wanted to try foot reflexology but don’t like your feet being touched you might opt for facial reflexology instead. It not only works to heal the body but can help with conditions such as jaw tension, teeth grinding, headaches, migraines, sinusitis and Bell's palsy. It also has the unique benefits of releasing stress held in the face, relaxing the facial muscles and giving your complexion a lovely glow. Some people find facial reflexology even more deeply relaxing than foot reflexology. You can have a standalone facial reflexology treatment, or combine it with foot reflexology for the ultimate head to toe, stress-busting experience – pure bliss!
Hand reflexology can help maintain manual dexterity and rejuvenate tired hands, wrists and arms. It can also provide support for conditions such as arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome and RSI. It is also a great alternative if you have a foot infection, injury, or don't like your feet being touched. Hand reflexology can be used a great self-help tool and I often provide my clients with hand reflexology points to work as an extra boost in between foot reflexology sessions. A half hour hand reflexology treatment can also can be be added to a one hour foot reflexology treatment.