It restores the flow of vital energetics allowing them to flow harmoniously around and through the human energy support system.
The reflexologist releases blockages in the body’s reflex zones of the feet and hands; stabilising the nervous system, reducing stress, pain, and restoring natural balance to the immune system. The holistic principle is that the body will nurture and repair itself given the right conditions.
Reflexology is an excellent way to relieve discomfort and anxiety and is safe to work alongside conventional medicine to promote healing and improve well being.
It is safe for pregnant women and the elderly
A session lasts about an hour including a questionnaire and foot cleanse. Although five or six sessions are optimum to treat specific health conditions, benefits are usually evident after a single treatment. There is no need to undress other than removing the footwear, although loose/wide leg clothing is recommended to gain the most benefit during the calf and ankle massage at the end.
Since 2003, NICE* has approved reflexology as a pain relieving treatment for patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Foot reflexology is not suitable for people who suffer from verrucas, athletes foot or fractured ankle or foot bones. In these cases the hands can be worked on instead.
* National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Kaye qualified in Reflexology at Wakefield College in 2016, achieving awards for 100% attendance and Student of The Year.
Reflexology is an excellent mobile therapy being suitable for anyone who is going about their daily life, take an hour off, sit back and have your feet done at work, at home or even in the park!
You can book Kaye for an elderly relative in a care setting, or anywhere there is room for a reclining chair and foot stool.
Reflexology is £35 for feet, £10 for hands, £40 for both.