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What Is Reflexology?

Reflexology is a form of complimentary therapy and involves a treatment using massage to reflex and stimulate areas found in the feet and hands. The reflex areas correspond to all parts of the body so by having a reflexology treatment, you are treating the body as a whole. Some of the benefits of reflexology are to stimulate nerve functions, boost circulation, increase energy, eliminate toxins, promote relaxation, reduce stress and aid digestive problems.

What Is Indian Head Massage?


Indian Head Massage is a holistic therapy that incorporates the body, mind and spirit. It is a massage of the head and hair follicles and can include the masage of the neck, shoulders and upper arms. It is a relaxing therapy and is very effective at relieving aches, pains and stress. It relieves the muscle tension in the upper body and it reduces congestion and sinus related problems. The use of oils is optional during the massage. The therapy is received in a seated position or laying on a treatment table and there is no need to undress for this treatment.

What Happens In a Reflexology Session?

During the first session I will ask you some questions about your medical history, lifestyle and health. I will use this to help decide which areas on your feet to treat. You will be asked to take off your shoes and socks and sit in a reclining chair, or lay on a treatment table so I can examine and treat your feet. I will start by gently massaging your foot to help you relax. Then I use my fingers and thumbs to apply presure to specific points of the feet. I use oils or lotions to lubricate the skin and may add aromatherapy oils. Pressure in some areas may feel sensitive or uncomfortable, but should not be painful. Reflexology sessions are usually 30 minutes to an hour long. Please allow 15 mins extra for first consultation.

What Is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy, also referred to as Essential Oil therapy, can be defined as the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.  It seeks to unify physiological, psychological and spiritual processes to enhance an individual’s innate healing process.

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