Who is Reflexology for?

Reflexology is a natural therapy founded on the belief that your face, feet and hands are a reflection of the systems in your body - where specific areas correspond to organs, glands and structure. By applying gentle pressure to areas of the face, feet or hands a Reflexologist can help the body restore its own healthy balance.

Reflexology aims to treat the individual as a whole, creating a state of harmony in both body and mind. It has the benefit of also being a deeply relaxing therapy, and during periods of relaxation the body takes the opportunity to heal, restore and energise itself.

Reflexology is a therapy which can be received by anyone at any age, from new born babies to those receiving end of life care, and everyone in between. It is a very individual treatment which is tailored to you as a whole person, taking into account both physical and non-physical factors that might be affecting your wellbeing.

Reflexology Treatments

Clinical Reflexology

Reflexology is based on the principle that the functioning of the whole body is represented in reflexes in the face, hands and feet. Using careful and sensitive thumb and finger techniques, Being a Clinical Reflexologist I am able to activate the body's self-healing mechanism and relax and rebalance the entire system.

Whilst the art of reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China, it wasn't until 1913 that this therapy was introduced to the Western World.

At my Ettington based practice or at Lifeways, Stratford upon Avon, I offer a range of treatments some of which are highly specialised and unique . Moxa can be incorporated to support specific situations.

Maternity Reflexology

Maternity Reflexology is the expertise of the Reflexology Practitioner in using a natural therapy (Reflexology) to support the natural event of pregnancy & birthing.

Reflexology continues to establish its reputation and popularity by the effective results people experience. Empiric knowledge and research studies have demonstrated that those receiving regular reflexology during pregnancy have better pregnancies and have shorter birthing with less intervention. Moxa can be used for certain situations.

Maternity Reflexologists aim to optimise the health potential of the pregnant woman. They will give the client reflexology advice but will not give medical or obstetric advice, and must ensure that a client with any problems is put in the care of an appropriate Clinical Practitioner.

I am trained in Moxa to assist where needed.

Structured Reflexology

The goal of the Structural Reflexology is to detect why and where compensation sets into the body based on foot alignment and function, and correlates this with their knowledge of the feet as a microcosm of the body.

The Structural Reflexologist® seeks to correct foot problems by seeking the cause of painful symptoms. First by assessing foot structure, alignment, and joint and muscle tension, and then with intent, purpose, and precision, utilising Reflexology, massage techniques, and gentle

traction, to bring the feet back to a stage that is comfortable and functional. Thus relieving symptoms presenting in other parts of the body caused by compensation.

Vertical Reflexology Technique

VRT Vertical Reflexology Technique works using the same principles as a classical Reflexology treatments, but is carried out on the hands or feet. It is a comfortable and quick therapy which can be added to a normal Reflexology session or received on its own at a lesser cost.

Vertical Reflexology Technique is particularly suited to feet or hand problems, or work with clients where sensitivity or mobility are an issue. It is ideal for people confined to a bed, the disabled or elderly and can be provided as a mobile therapy in care homes.

Facial Reflexology

Facial reflexology sessions can help the face feel and look smoother and more toned. As you stimulate the body’s healing mechanisms and encourage the body to eliminate toxins with Facial Reflexology you can look better, younger, less stressed and have a healthy glow on the outside as well.

Facial reflexology encourages a healthy blood and lymph flow and stimulates Collagen and elastin, therefore, helping your skin to rejuvenate and minimize the appearance of ageing lines.

Zone Face Lift takes Facial Reflexology to the next level - including a Dermalogica Facial and natural lifting techniques. Smudging and visualisations.

Reproductive Reflexology

Pre-conceptual care programme. Supporting with fertility issues. With a focused consultation working with charts and reflexology to support conception using methods devised by Barbara Scott.

It specialises in the treatment of infertility, particularly for couples undergoing assisted fertility treatments such as IUI and IVF/ICSI.

Limbic Reflexology

Limbic Reflexology uses specific techniques to connect with the brain networks that underpin many disabling conditions. This includes emotional responses, and response to experience of pain.

The reflex areas are pinpoint areas, and so with an understanding of the underlying neurobiology and pathology of a condition, very specific treatment protocols may be established.

Limbic Reflexology is particularly suitable for Fibromyalgia and M.E./CFS.

Reflexology Lymph Drainage

RLD is an award winning reflexology technique which focuses on stimulating the lymphatic reflexes on the feet. The aim is to cause an effect on the lymphatic system in the body.

It is used to treat Lymphoedema, Lymphatic and vascular disorders. This therapeutic approach has attracted national and international awards and wide spread recognition. It is a simple and effective method of reflexology and a potentially sustainable solution for the management of Lymphoedema with the positive ripple effect it has on quality of life.

What issues can Reflexology help with?

Here are a few of the more common conditions that can be supported through Reflexology:


Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Headaches and migraines

Stress & tension


Hay fever & other allergies


Women’s & Men's health - Peri Menopause or Menopause

PMT, PMS & menstrual problems

Fertility or Maternity

Hormonal imbalances

High blood pressure

Insomnia & sleep disorders

Back pain

Digestive issues or sluggish bowel

It is usually safe to have Reflexology alongside conventional medicine, but if you are currently having any medical treatment please speak to your GP before booking an appointment.

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