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Reflexology and Hot Stone Reflexology


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Reflexology

Reflexology is a non-intrusive complementary health therapy, based on the theory that points on the feet, lower leg, hands, face or ears correspond with different areas of the body. Reflexologists aim to work holistically with their clients and will work alongside allopathic healthcare to promote better health and well-being.

A reflexology session begins with the Practitioner conducting a brief health history and discussing the aims of the client to ensure that the course of therapy is correct for the client.

There is no requirement for the client to remove any clothing other than footwear. Chaperones may accompany you for your session if required.



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Experiences with reflexology can vary from a sense of relaxation rest to a conscious awareness of the area of the body that is being accessed by the Practitioner from the foot or hand. Many people experience a lightness or tingling in the body or a sense of energy flowing from areas where the pressure is being applied.



People use Reflexology for a number of reasons. It can be helpful in a number of conditions. If you wish to enquire about whether it may be suitable or helpful for you please feel free to contact the clinic.



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Hot Stone Reflexology

The gentle heat from the stones used in this type of reflexology penetrate deeper into the tissues. This is thought to bring about increased physiological change and improved circulation and lymphatic flow. This can promote the release and elimination of toxins, enhance lymphatic functionand therefore boostimmunity. It may release muscle tension and promote repair.
It is warming and can be deeply relaxing and soothing.

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