What is Relexology and how does it work?
A good reflexology treatment can be deeply relaxing, allowing
tension to ebb out of the entire body. Muscles loosen up and the
blood circulates more freely, bringing nutrients to every cell
of the body.
Reflexologists can work on specific pressure points to
counteract stress and to bolster the bodyís immune system
against its ill-effects. Reflexology can break down the
blockages in our body brought on by anxiety, depression, stress
and ill health.
It works exceptionally well on all these areas as well as
headaches, backache, colds, flus, PMS, migraines, asthma and can
assist post heart attack / stroke victims. It can be very useful
for children who suffer with restless legs and growing pains.
The elderly also benefit from this modality by helping with
diabetes, blood pressure and poor circulation.
All reflexology sessions should be followed up with plenty of
water as this helps eliminate toxins in the body.
"Carolyn's reflexology skills can clear away all my aches
and pains." Patricia
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A Relexology Session
At your first treatment you will be asked a few questions
about your health and lifestyle. I will find out if you are suffering
from any colds or illnesses at present, so that the treatment
can be focused on that particular area of the body. If not, a
general reflexology session will begin.
I may suggest using a particular combination of
essential oils to massage the feet that will help with
relaxation or recovery from an illness. I will make sure you
are comfortable and then begin to relax your foot in preparation
for working the reflex areas.
The first session will often last an hour. This gives time to relax your mind and body, and pinpoint
any problem areas.
I will explain the best course of action to help you
achieve your health goals, and the number of sessions it
will require to notice some improvement.
You may notice even after the first session that you are
sleeping much better and feel generally more balanced than
"I always look forward to my visits because they are totally relaxing experiences."
Lynette (... more here)
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