Welcome to our Reflexology information page. My name is Jane, I am the reflexologist for ‘All About You’ .
I have loved receiving and giving Reflexology for many years now, I can’t recommend this treatment enough as the benefits you will receive can help you live a healthier, happier and less stressful life.
As an experienced reflexologist who has developed my skills through years of practice I can offer personalised treatments that address your unique health concerns.
As a skilled reflexologist I am able to provide my clients with relief from stress, improved circulation, pain management and much, much more.
I have a compassionate approach and ability to create a nurturing environment for my clients I take the time to listen to my clients’ concerns and tailors my treatments accordingly, ensuring that they receive the full benefits of Reflexology.
I have dedicated my time to my ‘Reflexology craft’ over the years which I has helped countless clients achieve greater physical and emotional well-being. I believe in life long learning and keep up-to-date with new and interesting ways to stay an expert in Reflexology and believe I am a valuable asset to the health and wellness community.
Contact me today to experience the benefits of Reflexology first hands.
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Reflexology helps with:-
- BACK PAIN
- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS
- HORMONAL IMBALANCES
- PRE AND POST–NATAL PREGNANCY SUPPORT
Reflexology is not a therapy used to diagnose diseases and ailments or a medical treatment, and it does not cure illnesses; but we believe that when used correctly, it can help to create balance within your body in order to facilitate healing and increase well-being in patients suffering from many different conditions.
A course of Reflexology treatments and sessions can help to create a sense of inner calm which can make it easier to attain spiritual, mental and physical goals of all sorts. It’s a practice that acknowledges the need to treat a patient as a whole, rather than just the current symptoms that they are experiencing.
People who have undergone Reflexology treatments often report that their overall sense of well-being has been improved and many scientific studies have shown that good mental health and good physical health are closely linked.
Problems associated with the reproductive system are particularly sensitive to stress and the hormones which experiencing stress releases – that includes menstrual problems, PCOS, endometriosis and fertility in both men and women. By tackling stress, Reflexology can help to mitigate some of the root causes of reproductive issues and help to get patients back on the road to full health.
Likewise, sleep disorders and insomnia can be triggered by or linked to mental health problems that Reflexology may be able to alleviate. Sleep deprivation in turn can exacerbate other illnesses and conditions, so tackling any emotional issues that may be contributing to your insomnia can improve your overall health significantly.
It’s not just physical problems rooted in mental issues that Reflexology can aid with though; Reflexology can also be effective in relieving stress by creating a sense of deep Relaxation and it can also tackle mental health problems like anxiety and depression by inducing calm and improving overall mood in a patient.
While they might sound similar on paper, Reflexology and Massage are very different. Massage involves the manipulation of soft body tissue to relax the muscles. A massive therapist will use a number of different techniques, such as kneading and stroking the muscles to release tension.
Reflexology will focus on the hands, feet and ears and use a mapping system.The reflexologist will use small micromovements to apply pressure to different areas, using the thumb and fingers. The idea with Reflexology is to create a response throughout the body, not at the site of manipulation.
While the medical community does not recommend Reflexology as a treatment for any specific illness, it is withheld as a complimentary therapy for a number of different conditions.
Stress and anxiety: Although stress and anxiety is often a part of day to day life, too much stress can be bad for the body. In fact, stress has been linked with high blood pressure, fatigue, depression and heart disease. Reflexology is based on the principle of human touch, which is often considered to be an anxiety-reducing action, helping an individual lower and manage stress.
Reducing back pain: Back pain is a very common complaint, with eight out of ten people experiencing it in their lifetime. As well as environmental factors, such as being sat down behind a computer screen all day, back pain can also be exaggerated when the body is stressed or anxious. On a Reflexology map, the spine is located along the inside edge of each foot, from the base of the big toe to the heel. A reflexologist will manipulate this area to help release tension in the back
Helping patients sleep better: According to the Reflexology roadmap, there is a specific point on the base of the foot, which is referred to as the insomnia point. Usually, if patients are struggling to sleep, a reflexologist will focus on this area, helping to induce feelings of calm and helping the patient to sleep better.
Fertility and conception: When couples are struggling to conceive, they will often feel stressed and anxious, which can be counterproductive. Reflexology can help reduce stress and put the body into a more relaxed state, which can be useful for both you and your partner when trying for a baby.
A standard Reflexology therapy session takes 45 minutes. Often each session involves time to reflect on previous sessions and therapeutic results therefore 1 hour is allocated ensuring enough time is given.
You can purchase one session at £50.00 or purchase a course where you can get the 6th treatment FREE!
Pregnancy Reflexology is a safe and soothing treatment which can have a wonderful de-stressing effect during pregnancy. As well as its general Relaxation properties, Pregnancy Reflexology may also be able to help with: Morning sickness Insomnia Pelvic pain Pain management during labour and birth
Reflexology is a particularly successful fertility boosting therapy when used in conjunction with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Not only is Reflexology extremely relaxing it can also boost blood circulation, help balance hormone levels and regulate the menstrual cycle. It is particularly useful in cases of sub-fertility and can be performed on both partners to promote optimum fertility. Reflexology can also help clients undergoing fertility treatment. The increased blood circulation seems to enhance the effects of medical fertility treatment, it is advisable to speak to your consultant when booking in conjunction with the medical route.
What Our Clients Say
Thank you Jane, your gentle touch and expertise in Reflexology have made me feel I am in good hands
Thank you Jane. I slept through last night, well 10.30 till 5am which is very good for me. Booked to see you late September. Carol
I have never had this done before but will definitely be returning I have never learnt so much and felt so relaxed
Thanks Jane, enjoyed my Reflexology and felt so relaxed and chilled afterwards. Debbie
Loved it! and im not great at relaxing but I actually did. Thanks