Reflexology has been practised for centuries, dating back to the ancient Egyptians. The technique we use today was developed in the early 20th century by Dr. William Fitzgerald and Dr. Edwin Bowers. More recently, there have been further clinical trials and scientific research into this therapy, proving that it can help with a number of acute and chronic symptoms. As such, it is becoming increasingly respected by the medical profession.

What is reflexology?

We have reflex areas in our feet that correspond to our major body parts, organs and glands. By applying varying degrees of pressure to these reflex points, beneficial effects can be produced in the corresponding part of the body. As a reflexologist, I aim to stimulate the organs to function properly, relieve physical symptoms, promote a general state of wellbeing and restore balance in the body.

What is reflexology good for?

  • Stress and tension
  • Chronic headaches and migraines
  • Improving circulation
  • Infertility in men and women
  • Respiratory problems
  • PMS
  • Sleep disorders
  • Post operative pain
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Digestive problems
  • And much more...

What does it involve?

Foot reflexology is a relaxing holistic therapy. All you need to remove for this therapy is your shoes and socks. You will recline gently in the reflexology chair and I will use varying degrees of pressure on the reflex points on your feet. Some points may feel more tender than others, which will indicate where your imbalances lie. These areas, and anything else discussed in the initial consultation, will be the areas I focus on during your treatment. Each treatment will begin and end with some relaxation.

Let your feet do the talking...

If you're feeling out
of kilter

Don't know why or
what about

Let your feet reveal
the answer

Find the sore spot,
work it out

Eunice D Ingham