Reflexology is a holistic therapy, in which the mind, body and spirit are all treated. Stimulating different regions of the foot can result in clearing blockages and toxins out of the body and creating deep relaxation.

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Pregnancy care

Reflexology can be particularly helpful in supporting the developing needs of mother and baby. Treatment can feel wonderfully relaxing and nurturing. It can also help alleviate the common side-effects of pregnancy, prepare the body for childbirth and restore strength after birth.

How many treatments?

You can start a course of reflexology as soon as you are three months pregnant, and it is recommended that you begin as soon as possible after this time for optimum results.

What to expect on your first visit

In order to treat your individual needs, a profile of your medical history and your lifestyle needs to be considered. Once this has been evaluated, your reflexology treatment can begin.

Reflexology can help you to:

  • relax, and feel wonderfully nurtured
  • relieve morning sickness
  • boost your energy levels
  • enhance blood flow to the womb
  • regulate the digestive system
  • ease aches and pains
  • balance your hormones
  • calm emotional imbalances
  • soothe swollen legs and ankles
  • prepare your body for the journey of childbirth
  • restore strength after birth

'Just to let you know, that baby Rose was born yesterday. It was a very smooth labour with both of us doing absolutely fine. She seems a very calm and balanced baby… reflexology with you was most definitely the right thing to have!'
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'Just to say hi. I had a baby girl yesterday. No name as yet! It proved to be a lovely birth… thank you so much for all your support with my last minute nerves!'
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'Gen-wonderful news! Our baby has been safely delivered at home. Thank you so much for all of your support during my course of treatment. Your positive and caring nature quelled any negativity over certain issues that I had experienced in the past.'
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