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Reflexology is a deeply relaxing, non-intrusive complementary therapy. It’s based on the principle that areas and points on the feet map via the nervous system to corresponding areas of the body.


By applying pressure to these reflex points, it may stimulate the movement of energy along the nerve channels, helping to restore the body’s natural balance and promote wellbeing.


Reflexology can be received by anyone at any age, from babies to the elderly. It is a very safe form of therapy, although for certain health conditions treatment may not be considered suitable. Benefits of Reflexology include reduced tension, deep relaxation, improved mood, increased wellbeing.


Used to achieve deep relaxation to relieve stress and tension, this can in turn, help to calm the nervous system and improve blood circulation and lymphatic flow through the body. All of this helps to create homeostasis (balance), which means that the organs in the body are all working together and at their best. 

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Facial Reflexology

Facial Reflexology is a relaxing therapy focusing on reflex points on the face to stimulate the body’s self-healing abilities.

Using facial reflexology tools and lymphatic drainage massage movements it may improve blood and lymph flow, release muscle tension and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.

It is a unique treatment that will not only reduce stress and tension within the body but has a rejuvenating effect on the skin, leaving you with a glowing complexion.

Reflexology Lymph Drainage

This treatment uses specific techniques for lymphatic drainage via reflexes of the hands and feet. It may relieve the physical and emotional symptoms of lymphoedema. Early studies also show that RLD may also benefit other conditions such as ME, fibromyalgia and fluid retention.

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Mindful Reflexology

A wonderful, relaxing, effective treatment for clients living with stress and anxiety. It uses reflexology techniques that focus on the areas of the body involved in both the stress reaction and those that may be affected if there is long term stress.


We can also discuss self-help techniques and after-care advice that may also help to improve your emotional wellbeing.

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