Who can benefit from Reflexology sessions?

Anyone can benefit from Reflexology sessions at any age.  Some reflexologists can teach parents how to use very gentle techniques on babies and toddlers and reflexology can be very beneficial for children and the eldery and everyone in between.  However, any good reflexologist will take a detailed medical history as there are some conditions that are contra-indicated to us which doesn’t necessarily mean we can’t treat but there are some occassions when we will not – again putting the clients care first.

People with an open mind and a need to improve their health and wellbeing will benefit so almost anyone. An increasing number of people are using this safe, natural therapy as a way of relaxing, balancing and harmonising the body and reducing stress levels. Since Reflexology treats the whole person, not the symptoms of disease, most people benefit from treatment. The therapy brings relief to a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.

Certain groups of people, such as those suffering from digestive disorders, frequently report improvement following Reflexology treatment. Women suffering discomfort during the menopause may find Reflexology of benefit. Similarly, Diabetics, who experience painful neuropathy, have found Reflexology of help in alleviating this condition.

At the end of the day you don’t have to be ill to benefit from reflexology as it works to promote continued health and generally give a sense of well-being.

The amazing Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage treatment is now available and is of amazing benefit to those suffering with secondary lymphoedema following cancer treatment or those with primary oedema as well as those with auto immune disorders.  It has been researched and clinical research studies completed and it does work.

To find out more or book some Reflexology sessions contact Tara on 07835 125986 or email [email protected]

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