Trudy Henriksson Mar
6 Ferry Road
07738531469 / 07738 531469
I am a fully qualified Reflexologist and now also offer Facial Reflexology, based in the Waterside, Southampton. My aim is to help you achieve a healthier, happier and more balanced lifestyle through the use of Reflexology. It is a safe and natural treatment using a technique of gentle pressure to reflex areas on the feet, face or hands. I am continually amazed by its effectiveness across a very broad range of client concerns.
Complementary therapies now days are considered less than a luxury more a healthcare option. Although never to replace medical care or diagnosis but to work along side the medical profession.
If you are experiencing conditions such as:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Sleeping disorders
- Hay fever
- Bell's Palsy
- Hormone imbalance - menopause
- Digestive disorders
- Back pain
- Shoulder pain
Please feel free to contact me, as I may be able to help with these and many more conditions.
Training, qualifications & experience
Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology including anatomy & physiology
Member of the Association of Reflexology
Having to demonstrate that I have met the strictest standards of reflexology practice.
Commit to continually develop my skills and knowledge, through continued learning, study and development.
I Specialise in Reflexology Lymph Drainage.
Also trained in Facial Reflexology and Advanced Facelift Massage.
Fully insured with Alan Boswell Group.
Other available therapies
I am also trained in RLD - Reflexology Lymph Drainage
Face Lift Massage
Reflexology (50 mins) £35
Facial Reflexology + Advanced facelift massage (50 mins) £35
All treatments together:
Facial Reflexology + Advanced facelift massage followed by reflexology (90 mins) - £50
During the first session the reflexologist will ask you some questions about your medical history, lifestyle and health. The reflexologist will use this to help decide which areas on your feet to treat.?You will be asked to take off your shoes and socks and sit in a reclining chair, or lie on a treatment table, so that the therapist can examine and treat your feet. The therapist will start by gently massaging your foot to help you relax. Then they use their fingers and thumbs to apply pressure to specific points of the feet. Some therapists use oils or lotions to lubricate the skin and may add aromatherapy oils. Pressure in some areas may feel sensitive or uncomfortable, but should not be painful.?Reflexology sessions are usually 30 minutes to an hour long and a course of treatment normally lasts for six to eight sessions, though this may be extended.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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