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24th May 2019 
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Reflexology

Reflexology is a safe non-intrusive therapy based on the belief that the systems and organs of the body are reflected on the feet, hands and face. Working on the principle of 'mini maps of the body' gentle pressure is applied in a systematic approach to specific areas known as reflexes with each reflex relating to a specific organ or system of the body.

Illness and stress can place our body in a state of imbalance creating blockages and disrupting the flow of vital energy channels. By stimulating and unblocking congested or unbalanced reflexes, it is believed to prompt the body's own natural ability to self-heal, assisting to re-balance and restore the flow of vital energy through the body improving health and well-being.

Reflexology is wonderfully relaxing treatment experience allowing you to take timeout from every day pressures to relax which can help;

    Improve mood
    Aid sleep
    Relieve built up stress and anxiety associated conditions
    Improve circulation
    Remove toxins

Regular Reflexology treatments can be beneficial in supporting you in managing ill health and restoring balance within the body.

Reflexology can be beneficial for everyone, from babies to the elderly.


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Facial Reflexology

The Bergman Method of Facial Reflexology, an exquisitely relaxing treatment delivering both therapeutic and aesthetic benefits. Working on the same principle as foot reflexology and incorporating ancient Native American techniques and Asian body maps.

The face's close vicinity to the brain and cranial nerves makes facial reflexology a powerful treatment that has shown to have a direct effect on the visual appearance of the skin and face while working to relieve congestion in the facial reflexes and restoring balance within the body.

Facial reflexology not only aims to improve health and well-being, it can assist with managing health conditions such as;

    Migraines
    Sinus problems
    Stress related conditions

While improving skin tone by;
    Improving circulation of blood and nutrients to the skin cells
    Encouraging the elimination of toxins through lymphatic drainage
Facial Reflexology restores balance within body while rejuvenating the facial skin.

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Treatment Fee

Foot Reflexology
35.00 per 60 minute treatment.

Facial Reflexology
40.00 per 60 minute treatment

Hand Reflexology although not offered as a standalone treatment it is available to clients who would like to experience the positive effects of Reflexology but are unable too due to certain contraindicated conditions. Hand Reflexology can also be incorporated within a treatment combination package. If you would like to discuss this option please contact for more information.


Facial and Foot Reflexology Treatment Packages

Indulge in the benefits of Facial or Foot Reflexology choosing from a 60 minute or 75 minute treatment experience.

40. 00 per 60 minute treatment combination of your choice.
55.00 per 75 minute treatment combination of your choice, for example 45 minutes facial reflexology and 30 minutes foot reflexology.


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Consultation


Both Foot and Facial Reflexology treatments require a full detailed medical and holistic consultation to be completed prior to the treatment commencing. This will allow a bespoke treatment plan specific to your needs to be determined.

Please keep in mind that some conditions are contraindicated or require GP consent. If you are in doubt of your suitability to receive a Reflexology Treatment please Contact to discuss.


By choosing a MAR Reflexology Practitioner registered with the CNHC you can be confident that they are properly trained, qualified and insured.

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Disclaimer

Reflexology does not claim to diagnose or treat medical conditions it aims to work alongside conventional health care.
If you are concerned about a health issue please consult your GP for medical advice.

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