Reflexology for the Mind, Body and Spirit.




Relax, unwind and enjoy therapeutic reflexology treatments
in an oasis of serenity from The Garden Room.

The hustle and bustle of modern life is often busy and stressful, which can take its toll on our mind and body.

The impact of stress, ill health and injury can be harmful to the body, putting it into a state of imbalance and blocking fundamental nerve pathways which prevent it from functioning efficiently.

Reflexology can facilitate the unblocking of energy channels, which boosts circulation, eliminates toxins and encourages essential nutrients to reach poorly functioning areas of the body, ultimately improving the efficiency of the body’s systems to aid healing and restore balance.

What is reflexology?

Reflexology is an ancient therapy that was first identified from inscriptions on the walls of an Egyptian tomb dating back to 2500BC.  Modern reflexology was introduced in the UK by ‘The Mother of Reflexology’ Eunice Ingham, who dedicated her life to reflexology because she witnessed first-hand the amazing benefits that the treatments offered.

Reflexology is a non-invasive complimentary therapy based on the principle that the feet, hands, face and ears have a number of reflexes that each correspond to a specific part of the body. The application of pressure and gentle manipulation to stimulate the reflex points helps to revitalise and restore the body’s natural state of equilibrium.

Reflexology is a powerful treatment that can be hugely beneficial both physically and emotionally.  It can induce a wonderful feeling of deep relaxation and stress relief.  It helps alleviate symptoms experienced by acute and chronic conditions, improves mental alertness, and enhances your sense of well-being.

After a session of reflexology, you may notice that you feel more relaxed, that body tension eases and you experience improved sleep, better mood, increased energy levels, and a general sense of wellbeing.

An appropriately trained Reflexologist will not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe. Reflexology should not be used as an alternative to seeking conventional medicine, but to complement and work alongside it

Is Reflexology suitable for me?

No-one is too young or too old for reflexology. It is suitable for all ages. Anyone and everyone can benefit.

  • For babies and younger children, it may help with issues concerning digestion, colic, reflux, sleep and comfort, teething, coughs and colds, relaxation and general well-being.
  • For school aged children and young people, reflexology can be really helpful in combating generalised anxiety, sleep issues, general or exam related stress, physical and emotional conditions. It also offers a way for parents/carers to help their children naturally. 
  • Some people enjoy reflexology purely as a relaxing and preventative treatment, using it to maintain their health, manage stress and generally improve their sense of well-being. Others come for a specific reason such as an acute or chronic physical or emotional health condition. 
  • If you’d like more information please give me a call.

Meet Sally

A Registered Nurse and Certified Level 5 Clinical Reflexologist. Sally has a particular interest in Family Health and Well-being, specialising in fertility, reproductive, hormonal and maternal health.

Advanced maternity

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