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Clinical Reflexology

Reflexology is a complementary health therapy which works on the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands corresponding to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. 

It involves the application of pressure to specific reflexes in the hands or feet which correspond to parts of the body. The stimulation of these reflexes aims to restore balance within the body, reviving or relaxing as required.  

It is suitable for anyone at any age and there are very few contraindications. 

Some of the areas where a reflexology treatment may help you are:

  • reduce stress and tension,

  • lift your mood and sense of, wellbeing,

  • improve circulation,

  • aid relaxation,

  • put that ‘spring back in your step’,  lifting your energy levels.

​ A Clinical Reflexologist is a therapist who has acquired the highest level of training in reflexology. They can create

a specific treatment plan that is based on an individual's needs and goals and can be effective for many different conditions. It also allows safe practice on people with medical problems where a prior diagnosis is known. 

Reflexology, also known as Zone Therapy, has been recognised as an effective treatment and its use dates back to 2500BC in ancient Egypt, India and China.  It was only introduced to the western world in the 1900’s. 

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