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Reflexology

How can reflexology help you?………..Reflexology is much more than a foot massage. If you would like to relax and heal through your feet then reflexology may be just what you are looking for. Everyone can benefit from reflexology it is a very safe, natural and non-invasive treatment.

istock foot reflexology masageReflexology works on the principle that all major organs, glands and body parts are connected through energy pathways called zones that end in reflex points on your feet and hands.

When these energy pathways become congested your body reflects this to you with physical or emotional symptoms and feelings of discomfort.

A reflexologist uses specific techniques of holds and pressures on these reflex points of the feet, stimulating or relaxing the reflex point to restore the free flow of energy along the pathways (zones). This has a positive effect on all levels, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.

For each person the application and effect of the therapy is unique. The aim is to restore the free flow of energy to the whole body, easing tension, promoting relaxation, triggering your body’s natural healing mechanism and returning you to a state of balance and well being.

“We first met Jenny when my husband was recovering from a stroke. Discovering that she did reflexology my husband decided he would like to “give it a try”. That was many years ago in 2006 and he still has his monthly sessions, he enjoys it that much.” Mrs M. Robinson. Darlington

Take a postive step in the right direction and book your appointment now.

A study recently published in an oncology journal indicates that reflexology, alongside conventional care, may help to improve health related quality of life for patients of advanced stage breast cancer during chemotherapy and/or hormonal therapy. Click here for more info

Scientific studies have been carried out exploring the health benefits of reflexology. If you would like to learn more, click on the first link below. For a full list of the controlled studies involved click on the second link.

First link: http://www.myreflexologist.com/reflexresearch.html

Second link: http://www.myreflexologist.com/control.html