I chose to become a Reflexologist to help others and to treat certain health issues. Pregnancy comes with its discomforts however, I work on combining different systems and zones of the body, to help with these common pregnancy-related discomforts. These can include nausea, sciatica, heartburn, back pain and swollen feet.
Reflexology, for those of you who are unsure what it actually is, can be used to help a vast array of conditions. Here is a quick recap from other blogs I have written on this topic, to explain before I go on to discuss its use in helping migraine sufferers.
More and more people have heard about reflexology these days but many of you may be wondering does reflexology work. Reflexology can certainly help to relax the individual and relieve stress.
Providing a foot massage to a partner during this time of self-isolation could really help aid relaxation. It is time to introduce ‘self-care’ practices and will also allow you both to spend quality time together without any other distractions.
No one takes time to care for their feet on a regular basis, let along gives themselves a foot massage. Those who spend no time on their feet, for health, are really missing a trick. It is time to introduce ‘self-care’ practices as we go into a time of self-isolating and social distancing.
Reflexology can be used to promote wellness in other parts of the body. The foot has many ‘reflex’ points that directly relate to organs and other structures of the body.
Reflexology is an amazing tool for ‘self-healing’ but very much understated, I believe, in todays’ modern ‘social media’ society. It can help one both physically and mentally, to overcome any ailment. It is such a powerful tool and I’d love to see it used by all adults. Parents could use this to help young people within all communities of the UK.
Did you know that your body is great at telling you what it needs, you only need to listen. It will even let you know when it needs a massage. Your body will indicate when it is tired, weary and full of tension but it cannot tell you what type of massage would be best.
I truly believe in ‘life-long’ learning and practicing what I inherently believe is the right thing to do, when it comes to my client’s health and wellbeing. We must all endeavour to make a conscience effort to educate ourselves, when it comes to ‘practicing what we preach’ all the time.Continue reading
I am an integrated therapist with many years of experience under my belt. Overtime, I have been asked many weird, wonderful and unusual questions, regarding my line of work and how I feel about certain aspects of it. Some are so commonly asked, that I have been able to recollect them and have put them down on paper for you to read.