Reflexology

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'Reflexology relaxes you, revives you, restores you, balances you and grounds you.’

Based on the theory that feet are the window to the body, reflexology is a non-intrusive complementary therapy.

Therapists enhance the natural healing mechanisms of your body by stimulating more than 7,000 nerve endings in just one session.

Reflexology restores the body’s natural balance, and leaves you feeling truly relaxed and de-stressed after your treatment.

On top of the deep relaxation and stress relief, there are several scientifically proven areas where reflexology can help support:

  • Helping with the side effect from Cancer treatment– including reducing nausea, pain, constipation and diarrhoea. It can also help with sleep and anxiety.

  • Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, with patients reportedly feeling up to 40% less pain when undertaking regular treatments.

  • Assists the reduction of Hypertension.

  • The relaxation side of reflexology can extend to the mind to support the treatment of depression and anxiety.

  • It is suggested that reflexology can decrease the fatigue and nerve pain felt from Multiple sclerosis.

  • Receiving foot reflexology is known to improve your blood circulation which can help aid quicker healing.

Reflexology has an ability to stimulate nerve functions that help your body increase your energy levels, circulation, central nervous system, prevent migraines, clear urinary infections, sleep disorders and depression.

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Before your session

  • Avoid large meals prior to your session, instead opt for a light, easily digestible meal

  • Avoid stimulants such as caffeine and nicotine which would work against the effects of the massage

  • Hydration is important, drink water before, during and after your session

Arrival

Please arrive a few minutes prior to your appointment to check in, and try not to rush, leave plenty of time to arrive relaxed and ready for your session. We have a free car park for you to use.

Your Massage experience

After signing in we will take you through to your treatment room. If it is your first time, we will go through a full consultation with you and make sure we tailor the treatment to suit your needs. The therapist will leave you alone to to get ready and get yourself comfortable, then the therapist will knock to come back in the room.

The room is set up to fully enhance your experience, including a heated bed, fluffy blankets, oil diffusers and relaxing music.

After your reflexology

Plan some extra time to visit our relaxation room after your treatment. Read a book, enjoy a cup of herbal tea, listen to our relaxing music, take some time to enjoy the feeling that having reflexology brings, and come back to the real world slowly.

Throughout the day continue to drink lots of water, eat light and easily digestible meals and avoid exercise.

Try to keep the oils on your skin for 24hours to feel the full benefits.



Emma White