Reflexology

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is a super relaxing non-intrusive therapy which works on the different points on the feet and lower legs predominately but also on the hands, face or ears. These “points” otherwise known as acupressure points, correspond with different areas of the body.  During the treatment the reflexologist works on these points and areas, stimulating them with adequate pressure.

Reflexology can be received at any age and is a very individual treatment which is tailored to you as a whole person, taking into account physical and non-physical aspects which could affecting your overall health and wellbeing. The overall aim is to help the body to restore its healthy balance naturally.

Life can be too busy sometimes and it is very important to let go of stress. Many people find reflexology is one those treatments which help release accumulated physical and emotional tension, fall into a deep relaxation, sleep better and silence a busy head.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING A TREATMENT

A full medical history will be requested on your first treatment. You will be lying on a comfortable and cosy couch and you therapist will work on your feet and lower legs predominantly but not limited to. You may feel some areas are more sensitive than others but generally the experience is a lovely relaxing treatment. 

After the treatment, most people note a sense of well-being and relaxation; however, sometimes people can feel slightly sleepy or emotional. You may want to take it easy for the rest of the day and be sure to stay hydrated.

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Tracey Smith - Reflexology Practitioner - MindBody Wellness

Tracey Smith

Tracey is both a reflexology practitioner and the Head of Reflexology Support and Research for the National Membership Organisation the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), where she is employed three days per week. Working for AoR, where she is a Fellow member, means that Tracey is very current with her knowledge regarding reflexology. She has been a member of this organisation since qualifying as a reflexologist back in 1997.

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