Reflexology is an ancient natural therapy
If you have been recently injured, ill or had a stressful episode in your life your body may well be out of balance. Vital energy pathways could be blocked which prevents an efficient return to health.
Did you know that we have 9 systems running alongside each other? When they are in tune the body runs like clockwork. We all have faulty clockwork that needs balancing.
Are you ready to just stop, relax and recharge?
Reflexology is a wonderful complementary therapy that uses special pressure techniques to stimulate points on the feet or hands to enable the body to heal itself. Imbalances in the tissues, organs and systems of the body may be both detected and effectively treated to restore balance and well-being. How great is that?
It worked really well for me when I had a particularly low time in my life, which is why I now provide it as a service to you.
Reflexology is an ancient natural therapy and dates back to 2330BC. It’s been tried and tested many times and has been proven to be a fantastic way to relax, de-stress yet energise the body. It is a wonderful treatment to have and may help relaxation, improve mood, aid sleep and help relieve tension.
What will the treatment be like?
From my private therapy room at my home in Rushwick, Worcestershire I provide a relaxed and calm atmosphere. I work with all kinds of feet, some clean and perfectly manicured and some full of hard skin (which I can remove), corns, calluses or sweaty feet. It doesn’t matter what yours look like, I’ll work with them!
Typically imbalances are felt by me as crystals, tightness in the foot structure or the feet and you might feel these areas to be tender. It is not tickly. The pressure is firm. People who ‘hate’ their feet can have treatment with socks on or off. What is great about this technique is that some of my clients have actually started to ‘like’ their feet!
After a reflexology session both you and your feel should feel extremely relaxed.
I also combine hypnosis with reflexology – blissful, peaceful and calm. Look at the short Hypnoreflexology link https://melharrishypnotherapy.co.uk/hypnoreflexology/
I am a member of the Association of Reflexologists and there is lots more information on their website.