So what is Reflexology? What is involved?

Reflexology can be traced as far back as 2330 BC to ancient Egypt, as well as being found in the ancient cultures of China and India.

Reflexology, as we know it today, is attributed to the work of Eunice Ingham, an American therapist who mapped reflex points on the feet and hands that correspond to all organs, glands and parts of the body.

It is a totally natural therapy following a unique method of applying pressure to the reflex points located on your feet and/or face using thumbs and fingers.

The good thing is, to enjoy the benefits of reflexology, you don’t need to have any existing conditions as it also provides a wonderful way to relax, unwind and de-stress. But you will definitely benefit from my treatment if you are struggling with any symptoms.

Whilst reflexology works very well alongside conventional medicine, it should never be used in place of seeking professional medical advice. If you are concerned about your health, please always consult your GP first.