Reflexology by BeverlyMalvern, Worcestershire

What to expect. me treating a client

If you've never had Reflexology before here is what to expect!

Your first treatment will be slightly longer allowing time to, include a thorough consultation, discuss any recent or longstanding illnesses including any medication you are taking. This gives us a chance to establish your reason for having Reflexology and to check there are no contra-indications. Everything we discuss during your consultation is strictly confidential and your details are kept in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

Before your treatment you will be asked to remove your shoes and socks for Foot Reflexology. It's best to wear loose comfortable clothing as reflexes are worked on the top, and sides of the foot as well as underneath including around the ankle and lower leg. You will then sit in the cosy heated treatment chair in a reclined comfortable position.

I commence the treatment by cleansing your feet/hand/face with hot towels followed by relaxation techniques. I then begin your treatment with a sequence of movements, applying pressure using finger and thumb techniques over feet/hands/face, depending on treatment, covering the different reflexes. As each treatment is tailored to each individual, depending on their needs, each treatment will vary slightly. Most people find Reflexology extremely relaxing and may even fall asleep. However, it's also normal to feel slight discomfort or tenderness in reflexes, that show an imbalance, so you should mention any discomfort or tingling sensations felt during the treatment. After your treatment homecare advice may be offered and a follow up treatment plan can be recommended, if required.
It should always be made clear that Reflexology is an alternative therapy that can be used alongside conventional medicine it is not used to diagnose or cure medical conditions but to promote better health and wellbeing by helping the body heal itself.

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