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How stress affects us

What is reflexology?

Reflexology is the practice of working with varying touch pressure
on specific reflex areas on the feet, hands, ears or face. These
areas correspond to every part of the body.


I work with touch in a way that standard massage can not reach, to
enhance the health and vital energy of the whole person.

Reflexology is one of a range of complementary therapies. Complementary therapies look at the person holistically, not just the presenting problem. Complementary therapies work very well alongside conventional medical practice and anything else you do that promotes your well being.

Reflexology as a therapy does not diagnose, prescribe or claim to cure.

If you experience any new symptoms you must consult with your physician first.

Why do people choose reflexology?

Everything in our bodies and mind are connected. Research is increasingly demonstrating how significantly emotions and stress affect our physical health and mental well-being. There is an increasing volume of evidence based studies demonstrating the benefits of reflexology for a range of health complaints.

The majority of my clients choose to have regular reflexology treatments because they find it beneficial to specific symptoms as well as their general health and emotional harmony.

For other of my clients - who spend much time on their feet, it makes complete sense to give their feet (and therefore their body) some much needed relaxation. If fascia is tight, tension arises in muscles (or indeed in any other system of the body) and function becomes impaired.

This tension cascades up through the body with the potential to cause other dysfunctions. It might feel like a foot massage, but it is so much more!

In this age of increased daily demands, modern life stresses and stretched healthcare resources, regular reflexology is a fantastic choice to promote and manage your wellbeing.

Working myofascial tissue
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