What to expect from a reflexology treatment
19th August, 20160 Comments
Reflexology is typically done on the soles, tops and sides of your feet, but can and does get used on the hands. The reflexologist uses the thumb and fingers to work the feet. Your feet and hands represent your body and the reflexologist works the feet or hands to bring about homeostasis and relaxation.
The treatment should not hurt although certain areas can feel uncomfortable which will show the reflexologist that there is an imbalance to that area. Your reflexologist will work over this area with there thumb or finger to restore balance to it and help remove toxins that may have build up in that area. After your treatment it is good to drink water to help flush these toxins out.
Reflexology treatments are set out with you and your ailment/s in mind
A typical first session would be a consultation which are usually free. The reflexology treatment is set out with you and your ailments in mind. The reflexology treatment then takes place and sessions are typically between 60 to 90 minutes. Following treatments can be booked (usually fortnightly) and should be set out to suit you and your lifestyle.
Reflexology treatments can be carried out in the comfort of your home if your therapist offers that service or you can visit one in a clinic or private practice near you.
Reflexology can be used on any one at any age and can help to support:
- polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- headaches / migraines
- back aches and pains
- teething babies.
Try reflexology today!
About the author
Carole Connor MAR reflexologist, fully qualified AOR reflexologist, hypnotherapist and alternative therapies with treatments set out specifically to support your emotional needs and your health, to help with the daily stresses of our busy lives, treatments that are right for you, take time out for yourself.
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