A space to just relax and be or for support for specific health and well-being issues like back pain, migraines, stress and anxiety, fertility and lymphatic
By stimulating and massaging points on the feet or hands that correspond to points in the body, I work with your own body’s ability to restore balance and harmony.
For some the benefit of a Reflexology treatment can space to relax and be, others use it for support with stress and anxiety or specific issues like back pain, migraines and lymphatic issues and others still for a simple treat.
With fertility treatment on the NHS more difficult to obtain, many people are also coming for support on their conception / fertility journey.
Reflexology can be a real treat for you and your feet!
Appointments are available from my treatment room at Elmswell or in the heart of historic Bury St Edmunds at Neal’s Yard Remedies on Abbeygate Street. Both treatment rooms are easily accessible from Newmarket, Thetford, Cambridge, Sudbury, Ipswich, Stowmarket and Diss.
I’m also at The Heart of Holistic Health in Ongar, Essex on Friday’s. Situated on the pretty High Street with plenty of parking less than 3 minutes away, the clinic is easily reached from Chelmsford, Bishop’s Stortford, Harlow, Braintree, Billericay, Saffron Walden and Basildon
Reflexology / Reflexology for Lymph Drainage: £50
1 hour appointment
Reflexology for fertility support: £65 first appointment, £50 all subsequent
Your first appointment takes around 75 minutes which gives us enough time for a detailed consultation, assessment, and a full treatment. All subsequent appoints are for an hour
Frequently Asked Questions
Reflexology has its roots in all the ancient civilisations of the world. It works by stimulating and massaging points on the feet or hands that correspond to points in the body. With reflexology I work with your own body’s ability to restore balance and harmony, promoting deep relaxation and improved health and well-being.
I cannot claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe, but for some of my clients the benefit of a Reflexology treatment can be as simple as relaxation, others use it for support with stress and anxiety, or specific issues like back pain or migraines. With fertility treatment on the NHS more difficult to obtain, many people are also coming for support on their conception / fertility journey.
The key to Reflexology is that each treatment is tailored to you and every person’s response can be different. Many of my clients have felt a positive change in relation to the initial support they were seeking, some experience better sleep and everyone leaves feeling relaxed and rebalance with a sense of improved health and well-being!
Every treatment starts with a health and well-being consultation to identify the support you you need. After this you remove shoes and socks and then either sit in a zero-gravity chair or lie on a couch while I work on your feet – all with the added comfort of pillows and blankets.
Reflexology is a wonderfully relaxing therapy, and while you might not feel much else is happening during the treatment reactions can vary and you may feel tired and achy in the following 24-48 hours. This is quite normal and is just your body making the adjustments in needs to in response to the work we’ve done. For this reason try and plan for a gentle couple of days following the treatment and keep yourself hydrated.
If you have come for Reflexology to support a particular health and well-being concern, at the end of your treatment we will also discuss a treatment plan to meet your needs.
f you have any allergies, please let me know prior to your treatment so I can ensure the products I use on your feet are suitable for you. If you are vegan please let me know at the time of your treatment and I will ensure any product I use on your feet are vegan friendly.
I am a qualified Reflexology Lymph Drainage (RLD) practitioner. RLD is a ground-breaking and award-winning technique which may be used to help reduce lymphoedema after treatment for breast cancer, and may be useful for for support with other more common conditions, such as arthritis, asthma, chronic fatigue, eczema, fibromyalgia, headaches / migraines, ME, and sinus problems.
You can find out more about the ground breaking technique and the research by clicking here.
You might wish to explore the use of Reflexology as part of your fertility journey – helping you to relax and rebalance.
Many women also find it helpful during pregnancy and in preparing them for the birth of their baby, Mother and Baby magazine have written an excellent article about Reflexology during pregnancy: can it help bring on labour? And Gawri Motha, author of “The Gentle Birth Method” recommends Reflexology as a great way to support mum-to-be in relation to back pain, nausea, pubic and pelvic pain, mastitis, and for mothers who are tense or anxious.
Many women find reflexology useful during their fertility and pregnancy journey
Louise, Bury St Edmunds