Reflexologists : Maria and Kim
£10 off our reflexology treatments - now just £30 until the end of February
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day then look no further. A much- needed and indulgent reflexology session could be just what your loved one is looking for. Reflexology is great for promoting relaxation, which reduces stress and anxiety. What is more, it also encourages sleep patterns and generally gives a feeling of inner well being.
Although Valentine’s Day is a traditional time for giving gifts and demonstrating our love, any time can be a good day to show your love and affection. We don’t have to wait for others to treat us on Valentine's Day too. Self-care and looking after ourselves is an ongoing essential requirement for us all. Reflexology, with its many proven health and wellness benefits is a perfect way of doing just that, making it the ideal gift to ourselves or our loved ones.
So; if you are looking for a present for your loved one, or just want to take time out for yourself, why not consider a well-deserved reflexology session. And as an added bonus, until the end of February, enjoy all the many benefits for a £10 discount off our normal price.
If it’s a mum-to-be you want to treat, then there are gift voucher options perfect for pregnancy. Maternity reflexology or massage are greatly enjoyed and appreciated after the first trimester of pregnancy.
How does Reflexology works?
Reflexologists believe that the feet mirror the body. All organs, systems and glands of the body can be mapped onto areas of the feet called reflex points. A reflexologist knows how to stimulate the reflex points in order to bring about a response in the corresponding part of the body. Reflexology is based on the ancient Chinese theory that energy is flowing all around our bodies. If the energy can flow freely then we are balanced and healthy. If the energy is obstructed an illness may result.
Reflexology is a complementary therapy which can be used alongside conventional medicine. Reflexology treats the body as a whole to help promote the body’s own healing capabilities and balance structures within the body. Conditions that can benefit from reflexology include;
Acne Anxiety, Asthma,
Back conditions, Bereavement, Bladder infections
Cancer, Constipation, Eczema
Emotional worries, Fertility, Hay-fever
Hormone imbalances, Indigestion, High and low blood pressure
Knee conditions, Menopausal conditions, Migraines
Muscular conditions, Plantar fasciitis, Rhinitis
Polycystic Ovaries, Poor circulation, Pregnancy (after first
Sciatica, Sinus conditions, Sleep problems
Stress, Thyroid conditions
Reflexology for fertility and maternity
Many of the disharmonies and disorders that may occur during a woman’s fertile life respond well to reflexology therapy; and the greatest strengths of reflexology is that it is a natural therapy and not a medical treatment.
Being entirely natural, reflexology is an ideal holistic therapy for clients seeking for pre-conceptual care; which is preparing body, mind and spirit for the everyday miracle of conceiving, developing and birthing an incoming soul.
Reflexology is excellent to maintain balance during the many changes experienced during pregnancy. The skill of the Reflexologist is to wholly balance and harmonise the individual to fully optimise her health potential. Many of the minor ailments of pregnancy respond well to reflexology therapy. It is also important for a Reflexologist to know when specialised skills of an obstetrician are required, so collaborative working is important. Some disorders of pregnancy must have expert medical attention.
Reflexology should always complement and never replace or impact required conventional medicine.