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Reflexology and sleep

We have all been there twisting and turning to try to get to sleep our 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,  either the quality or the…

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Cancer, chemotherapy and reflexology.

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 here for all of us who know someone going through treatment for cancer. As the…

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Reflexology and Lymphoedema

What is Lymphoedema? Lymphoedema is defined as a long term condition that causes swelling of the body’s tissues.  It is a condition where the lymphatic system fails to drain lymph effectively. The lymphatic system is a secondary circulatory system that is vital for keeping the body healthy. Lymph is a protein-rich fluid that circulates throughout…

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Reflexology news and information

Reflexology news and updates will feature information about research when available.  This will also discuss different aspects of reflexology and health. I want this to be a resource for my clients, potential clients, reflexology community and anyone interested in reflexology generally. I plan to make regular updates to my blog listing with updates about reflexology…

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