Personalised Lose, Stress, Find Happiness Booklets

Provide your stress related reflexology clients with useful, factual information about stress, positive psychology, emotions and mindfulness. You can now purchase beautiful, professionally printed A5 booklets, personalised with your own practice logo displayed on the front cover. These bright and colourful booklets are printed on 135gsm glossy paper, with a 250gsm laminated cover. Costs are: […]


Meeting Stress and Anxiety in Reflexology (Free Download)

  Lose Stress, Find Happiness Booklet The ‘Lose Stress, Find Happiness’ booklet, based in mindfulness and positive psychology, has been developed to print and share with stressed and anxious reflexology clients – and furnish the ethically driven professional reflexology practitioner with a safe  psychological framework to work within. Part one contextualises negative thinking, the stress […]

Moving Forward in Reflexology

Those familiar with the general tone of writing on these pages will be aware I often attempt to present the reader with referenced reflexology articles, rather than simply offering my personal opinion. However, this particular blog contains many of my own reflections and personal opinions. A reflexology colleague referred to it as a ‘marmite piece’; […]

Verbal Communication and Client Emotional Disclosure in Reflexology – Practitioner Survey Findings

The survey was an informal existential enquiry designed to explore the attitudes of professional practitioners regarding verbal communication and client emotional disclosure within their reflexology practice. The survey findings suggest verbal communications (instructional, supportive or explanatory) to be fairly common in reflexology. The findings also suggest the presence of client emotional content to be fairly […]

A Place for Love in Reflexology?

Is there a place for love in the reflexology exchange?  Is it a relevant subject?  Should we even draw attention to the concept?  Does the concept hold any measurable, clinical value? As our wider therapeutic modality moves forward in attempting to define a more precise representation of the art of reflexology – these are certainly […]

Power and Responsibility in the Reflexology Relationship

Power is an element occurring in many everyday human relationships. Consider for a moment the relationship between a parent and child – a teacher and pupil – a manager and worker – a doctor and patient? In many commonly experienced human relationships power is certainly present.  In some cases power can provide a useful element […]

Developing a Therapeutic Vocabulary in Reflexology

I would define myself principally as a professional reflexologist (who happens to hold a counselling degree).  By the time I applied to start counsellor training I had already been in reflexology practice nearly three years.  I had long since worked out there existed a huge number of struggling individuals – sliding between the medical/psychological support […]

To Treat or Not to Treat, That is the Question – Fear and Contraindication in Reflexology

I initially qualified in reflexology via one of the more overly cautious training bodies here in the U.K.  Realistically, if I had continued to adhere to the ‘rules’ I was initially asked to follow, I probably would not still be in practice today.  The list of contraindications promoted by the training provider doubled in size during my […]

The Therapeutic Relationship in Reflexology

The term therapeutic relationship might also be termed a helping or working alliance.  The term can often be used to describe the working relationship between any health-care professional and a client or patient.  A great deal of research has been undertaken in the field of counselling and psychotherapy related to exploring the nature of therapeutic […]

Reflexology Flavours

My personal stance of practice in reflexology is heavily influenced by the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine, principally because I completed my first auricular acupuncture course mid-way through my reflexology training.  At the time I can recall feeling relieved to be introduced to a health philosophy where the emotions remained integrally placed.  I can also […]