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Reflexology is a type of specialised foot massage which is based on the principal that using a sequence of techniques on the feet or hands can improve the functioning of corresponding organs, glands and other parts of the body.
Experiencing fertility issues is extremely emotional, placing great strain on relationships, causing considerable stress. There are many different medical conditions and lifestyle factors that can lead to reproductive issues, which can be equally attributable to both male and female.
Being pregnant is one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life. However, as your body is going through significant physical, hormonal and emotional changes, some women are unfortunate to suffer from uncomfortable and sometimes very painful symptoms at some stage in their pregnancy.
Reflexology for Labour and Birth
As your due-date approaches, the thought of labour and birth can feel daunting and waiting for an over-due baby can be stressful, especially as the last few weeks of pregnancy can be uncomfortable.
The arrival of an eagerly anticipated baby brings great joy but there are some women who feel overwhelmed by this life changing experience. Lack of sleep and energy, hormones, lactation and baby blues can make establishing new routines seem impossible and take some of the joy out of such a special time.
Reflexology for Babies and Children
Babies can suffer from painful and uncomfortable issues such as colic, reflux, constipation and teething. This can make the early days of parenthood difficult and exhausting.
Reflexology for Health and Wellbeing
Lifestyles are becoming busier; more pressurised and stress levels are increasing which can affect our health and wellbeing. Chronic, long-term stress can affect many systems in the body and it is thought to be responsible for many physical and mental illnesses.
Hand reflexology offers the same benefits as reflexology carried out on the feet only it is performed on the hands. It is deeply relaxing and particularly enjoyed by those who do not like the thought of having their feet touched, toddlers and children, the elderly, those with limited mobility or who are bed-ridden.