Reflexology News & Information
In response to a rapid increase in the number of coronavirus cases across the UK, England entered a national lockdown at midnight on 4 January 2021. Until the national lockdown is lifted, close contact services - including reflexology - should only be provided to...read more
We had a surprise announcement last week that reflexology and massage can recommence from this week 13th July! I'm awaiting delivery of a few extra PPE, so I am delaying my return by a week until the week beginning 20th July. When possible I will be using washable...read more
Many expectant mothers turn to reflexology to help manage some of the side effects of pregnancy including headache, fatigue, lower back pain and nausea. Reflexology is a gentle and non invasive therapy and can often help with pain management. A group of scientists...read more
Neuropathy or peripheral neuropathy… what is it? Peripheral neuropathy often referred to as just ‘neuropathy’ is a relatively common ailment, it is an umbrella term used to describe a list of common symptoms but there are many underlying causes. The Mayo clinic...read more
The Guardian newspaper recently featured an article written by a trainee oncologist who was diagnosed with breast cancer while on maternity leave. She explains why, for her, it has been a lesson in patience, humility and gratitude… There are lessons...read more
We have all been there twisting and turning to try to get to sleep or to try to return to sleeping state. For some it is a rare occurrence, for others it happens all the time, insomnia. Many of my clients report improved sleep as a side effect of reflexology,...read more
Stress is a factor in 70% of modern illness. Reflexology provides a wonderful way to de-stress, relax and unwind.