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Clinical Reflexology by Wendy Rider

Reflexology is a holistic, non-invasive therapy that involves the application of pressure to specific points on the feet, hands, and face. This practice is based on the belief that these points correspond to specific organs and systems in the body, and that by applying pressure to these points, practitioners can promote healing and improve overall health. Reflexology is often used to help reduce stress, alleviate pain, improve circulation, and promote relaxation.

Clinical reflexology, on the other hand, is a more specific and targeted form of reflexology. This type of reflexology is usually performed by a trained healthcare professional and is based on the same principles as traditional reflexology. However, it is more focused on treating specific medical conditions, such as chronic pain, headaches, and stress-related conditions.

Clinical reflexology may include a more in-depth assessment of the individual's health and medical history, and the use of more specific techniques tailored to the individual's needs. It may also include the use of other therapies such as aromatherapy, reflexology massage and more.

In summary, reflexology is a holistic therapy that is used to promote overall wellbeing and relaxation, while clinical reflexology is a more targeted therapy that is used to treat specific medical conditions. Both practices are based on the same principles, but clinical reflexology is usually performed by trained healthcare professionals and is more focused on treating specific conditions.

Reflexology is safe, non-invasive complementary therapy that can work very well alongside conventional medicine and medical care to deliver optimum health. It is also considered to be a safe therapy, with few reported side effects. 

Each session is based on the individual needs of the client. Everyone is different and our bodies may respond more quickly to some treatments than others. You may feel an improvement after one treatment; however, it may be advisable to follow a course of treatments followed up with monthly maintenance visits. This all depends on an individual’s health and requirements.

Fertility Reflexology

Fertility reflexology can be performed in a one-on-one session with a trained practitioner, or it can be learned as a self-care technique. The therapy is safe and non-invasive, and it is often used as a complementary treatment in conjunction with other fertility treatments such as IVF.

 

If you are considering fertility reflexology, it is important to choose a qualified practitioner with experience in the field, and to discuss your goals and medical history with them before starting any treatments. With proper care and attention, fertility reflexology may be a helpful and effective way to support your journey towards pregnancy and parenthood.

Palliative Reflexology

Reflexology is a gentle and non-invasive therapy that can be beneficial for those undergoing palliative care. The therapy involves applying gentle pressure to specific points on the feet, hands, or face to stimulate the body's natural healing processes and promote physical and emotional wellbeing. By improving circulation, reducing tension, and boosting the immune system, reflexology can help patients feel more relaxed, refreshed, and better able to cope with the demands of their condition.

 

By relieving stress and reducing symptoms such as pain, fatigue, and nausea, reflexology can help improve the quality of life for those facing life-limiting conditions. In addition, the soothing and nurturing touch of reflexology can provide comfort and support for both the individual and their loved ones during a difficult time. If you or a loved one are undergoing palliative care, whether used alone or as part of a comprehensive palliative care plan, reflexology can be a valuable tool for improving quality of life and supporting overall wellbeing.  

 

Home or hospital visits are available.

NEPIP

Reflexology Neuro-Endocrine-Physiology Integration Process (NEPIP) is a form of Level 5 reflexology that focuses on the integration of the nervous system, endocrine system, and physiology to promote physical and emotional balance. This advanced form of reflexology incorporates elements of cranial sacral therapy, anatomy, and physiology to identify and treat imbalances in the body.  Especially effective for people suffering from severe anxiety or depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

 

NEPIP practitioners use specific techniques to release tension and improve the functioning of the central nervous system, which can have a positive impact on overall health and well-being. The therapy is non-invasive and is performed on the feet,  making it a safe and accessible form of therapy.

If you are looking for a holistic approach to wellness and would like to address imbalances in the body, NEPIP reflexology may be a great option for you. It is important to seek out a qualified NEPIP practitioner with the necessary training and experience to ensure the best possible outcome.

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Reflexology Treatments

Foot Reflexology

Foot Reflexology

Foot reflexology is a gentle, safe, non-invasive, complementary therapy which is deeply relaxing and works on stimulating reflexes and zones on the feet that correspond to organs or systems in the body to help promote relaxation, reduce stress, and alleviating symptoms such as pain and tension. It brings about a sense of balance, healing and wellbeing within the body. If you are considering foot reflexology, it is important to choose a qualified practitioner with experience in the field, and to discuss your goals and medical history with them before starting any treatments. With proper care and attention, foot reflexology may be a valuable complementary therapy to support your overall health and wellbeing. 

 

£45.00 (45 minute treatment)

£65.00 (90 minute treatment)

combined any 2 reflexology treatments

Hand Massage

Hand Reflexology

Hand reflexology is, again, a gentle, relaxing, safe and non-invasive complementary therapy. It can be used as a standalone treatment and works in the same way as foot reflexology. It is useful for clients who do not want to have their feet touched or if there is a contraindication on the client’s feet. Clients can also work on their own hands and I demonstrate the points on their hands that they can work on themselves between professional reflexology treatments. 

£45.00 (45 minute treatment)

£65.00 (90 minute treatment)

combined any 2 reflexology treatments

Reiki Treatment

Facial Reflexology

Facial Reflexology works in the same way. By stimulating reflexes on the face and scalp that correspond to other organs and systems in the body,  signals are sent to nerve endings to promote healing and balance in the body. Using pressure points and zone massage this helps to increase circulation and lymphatic drainage. This treatment will also help to smooth fine lines and tone the muscles in the face to give it a lift

£45.00 (45 minute treatment)

£65.00 (90 minute treatment)

combined any 2 reflexology treatments

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