How can Reflexology help me
Reflexology is suitable for all ages, men and women, including babies and children. Reflexology is a wonderful complementary therapy that can help restore and maintain your body’s natural equilibrium. It is a gentle yet effective therapy that encourages the body to work naturally to restore its own healthy balance and in so doing can bring relief to a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. It can help us cope on many levels - physical, mental, spiritual and emotional. In order to maintain our health or rebuild it, it is so important to try and find harmony across these 4 levels.
With ever increasing levels of stress in peoples lives, it is more important than ever for us to take more responsibility for our health care needs.
Reflexology may bring relief from a wide range of acute and chronic conditions including:
Pregnancy and childbirth
Stress related conditions
Relaxation and unwinding
What is Reflexology
Reflexology is a non-invasive natural complementary therapy based on the discovery that there are points on the feet, hands, face, ears, which correspond with organs, systems and structures within the entire body. This corresponding relationship is called a “reflex” which when stimulated in one area brings about a response in another area. It is an ancient therapy which has been practised for over 5000 years. Reflexologists believe that by working these reflex points (gentle massage) we can help improve wellbeing.
A Reflexologist uses hands only to apply gentle pressure techniques to stimulate points on the body. For each person the application and effect of the therapy is unique. These sensitive trained hands, detect tiny blockages and imbalances in the feet or other areas, which releases imbalances in the tissues, organs and systems, restoring the free-flowing energy to the whole body.
Reflexology can thus ease tensions, aid circulation and elimination of toxins which in turn helps improve your general well.
A gentle, yet effective holistic therapy that encourages the body to heal itself at its own pace.