Foot reflexology is the application of very specific pressure to parts of the foot in order to bring about positive change. The theory behind the practice is that these areas correspond to organs and systems of the body. Proponents believe the pressure applied to these areas effects the organs and brings an overall benefit to a person’s health. Foot reflexologists utilize foot charts to guide them as they apply pressure to these specific points.
Each body responds differently to treatment, and exactly what you can expect will be discussed during your FREE initial consult. Consistently, expecting mothers have:
⋅remembered where their feet are
⋅felt refreshed and renewed
⋅have called it one of the greatest moments of relief they’ve ever experienced
⋅needed time for a nap following the treatment
End-of-term women (38-42 weeks):
⋅reflexology can stimulate labour
⋅during labour, reflexology will allow for an easier transition through the pre-birth stages
⋅P.P.D. can be lessened, shortened, or even eliminated
⋅mental clarity is improved (say bye to ‘mommy brain’)
⋅libido is improved post-pregnancy (note: reflexology is NOT about sex or libido, but it is often a side effect of the treatments).
⋅reflexology has been known to help with conception. This is typically the result of being more relaxed, balanced, and healed
⋅previously infertile clients have become pregnant after receiving reflexology treatments
⋅increased sex drive helps too!
Facial Reflexology is not a beauty treatment. However, it does have rather lovely beautifying side effects, quite literally ‘lifting’ the face to make your face feel and look smoother and more toned. It also encourages lymphatic drainage, stimulates the facial nerves, increases blood flow and muscle tone, helps to build up new skin tissue and improves skin tone.
Facial Reflexology aims to help reduce the symptoms and effects of many common ailments including stress, IBS, back pain, arthritis, depression, MS, menstrual and hormonal ailments and sleep disorders. Facial reflexology treatments are very popular during pregnancy and are often used to help promote a shorter and natural labour.