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Reflexology is a non-invasive and relaxing therapy. Only the feet, lower leg and sometimes hands are worked on during a treatment, so the most clothing you will have to remove is socks and shoes. It is best to wear loose, comfortable clothes, so that you can relax more easily.

Prior to your first treatment I will conduct a health, diet and lifestyle consultation. This usually takes about 15 minutes and is to help establish what your main reason for seeking treatment is and if there are any reasons why the treatment might not be appropriate for you; and in such cases I would seek advice and suggest the relevant referral. All information recorded will be treated in accordance with the Data Protection Act and will remain totally confidential.
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Once the consultation is complete, you will get ready for the main treatment. I use a Lafuma, which is a very comfortable reclining chair.



A full reflexology treatment usually lasts 60 minutes. The first few minutes consist of relaxing massage strokes to relax you and prepare the feet for the main treatment. During the main treatment I will use a thumb-walking technique to apply firm, but not painful, pressure to key areas of your feet in a specific order. Reflexes on the feet that correspond with specific conditions may be worked on slightly more than other areas to promote healing. You may feel areas of transient discomfort during the treatment but generally the experience should be relaxing.

Many clients feel so relaxed that they drift into a light sleep, others prefer to chat - either way is fine. I may recommend a course of treatments but this is something we would discuss and is of course entirely your choice.

Reflexology is a very individual treatment which works for you holistically, so it is not possible to know in advance how you will react. Most people note a feeling of well-being and relaxation. However, sometimes The art of reflexologypeople report feeling symptoms of a cold, slight nausea, headache, localised muscular pain or tiredness – this is usually transitory and Reflexologists believe that it is part of the healing process as the body releases toxins and waste products. To assist your body gain the maximum benefit, after your treatment try to drink plenty of water (this helps flush out toxins) and get plenty of rest – if you feel the need to sleep then allow yourself to do so.

Your feedback is very important to me and will help me to tailor a treatment plan specific to your needs.