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: […]

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Reflexology Supporting Sub-Fertility and IVF Clients

Everywhere I go I feel like I’m being stalked by pregnant women. It just seems so unfair.” The statement above is fairly representative of the feelings of many clients visiting  my therapy room looking for sub-fertility support. The words perhaps best reflect the duality of the sub-fertility experience. Initially we’re drawn to almost a fixation […]

Intention, Empathy, Connection and Philosophical Thinking in Reflexology

Some years ago the BBC in the UK produced a short documentary series about complementary medicine, where reflexology was featured. The programme makers interviewed a reflexologist and several of her clients. The practitioner had gained a reputation in her local area as “the baby maker”. The clients spoke of how wonderfully relaxing they found the […]

Reflexology and the Whole Person – Interstitial Cystitis

Interstitial Cystitis (IC) is a chronic inflammation of the bladder wall, sometimes also diagnosed as Painful Bladder Syndrome (PBS).  Symptoms can include mild to severe pressure and discomfort, urinary frequency and/or the frequent urge to urinate.  Interstitial cystitis is not a bacterial infection, although the symptoms can feel similar. It is believed the ratio of women to […]

Reflexology and the Whole Person – Chronic Headache/Migraine

Chronic headache and migraine are distressing and often debilitating conditions.  To achieve a medical diagnosis of chronic headache or migraine clients need to report pain across 15 days a month.  Most clients are prescribed a cocktail of topical analgesia and prophylactic (preventative) medication. Chronic migraine can present as a stand alone condition, or can display […]

Reflexology – What Goes Into the Cooking Pot?

Today I met a new client. Karen is a 56 year old married, mother of three grown up children, and in full time employment.  Karen has suffered from short periods of vertigo throughout her adult life, and is presently deep in the midst of a worsening, four month long, acute phase and struggling to cope.  The GP has so far been unable to help […]