Reflexology is a treatment where the therapist works on reflex points on your feet, and sometimes hands, and ears, that relate to specific organs and glands in the body. Stimulating those points with finger pressure promotes health in those organs and glands via the body’s energetic pathways.
Reflexology is a deeply relaxing treatment with benefits that can be felt throughout the body. The therapist uses various techniques that include holds, finger pressure, kneading, rotation and rubbing.
Soothes Mind, Body and Spirit. Using a relaxing blend of grape oil and lavender, great for the skin as well as antibiotic and soothing.
“I find Helen’s sensitive and sympathetic approach to Reflexology always reconnects back to my feet and through my feet back to earth around me.” – Jonti R, Senior Social Worker
Treatments last between 30 – 60mins. The potential benefits of reflexology can include
There is evidence that people were practicing some form of hand and foot therapy 4,000 years ago in China and Egypt.
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Helen has been practicing as a therapist since 1991. She trained at Gablecroft College of Natural Therapy where she gained her ITEC certificate in Massage, Anatomy and Physiology. After further training she added Reflexology to her skills.
In 1998 she gained level II in Reiki and then studied Natural Healing, Energy Balancing and Stress Management. This led her to learn the techniques of Brandon Bays Journey work and then Neuro-Linguistic Programming with John Seymour Associates in Bristol and London where she trained to be a Master Practitioner and then as a trainer in NLP.
“Over the last 20 years I have been gently developing my psychic skills through Tarot and personal clairvoyance. This sits well with Neuro-Linguistic techniques and I am now delighted to offer these skills to the Hits the Spot Centre.”
“Last year I was stressed and went to a therapist. I got more and more stressed as time went on and dreaded going to see her, finally I stopped. Then I came to you, what was it, two times or three? And suddenly everything fell into place and now all is well.” – Louise H, Librarian
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