Reflexology update – Read all about it!
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I just love Spring – so beautiful with life bursting out wherever you look. Spring really gets everyone into action. Often new clients call in the Spring wanting to try reflexology. Sometimes it is for the first time and sometimes because they remember how good they felt after previous reflexology sessions. I can offer shorter taster sessions if you’re curious to try!
I’ve been busy in my reflexology practice over the last week. I am so thankful that I can provide reflexology to those who need it. This week it has been another varied week with clients having reflexology for a whole host of reasons. These include:
- Achilles Tendonitis
- COPD (and Asthma)
- Fertility (both male and female clients)
- Nerve problems (and tingling)
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Pregnancy Sciatica
- Priming for Labour
- Prostate Cancer
- Sinus issues
When you come for reflexology, we talk through why you are here and fill in a consultation form. Each session is different and I always work to ease any symptoms you have using reflexology protocols from my specialist training.
What else have I been up too?
Recently, I have completed a course in the Care and Management of Diabetes – reflexology can really help here because it increases the circulation in the feet and stimulates the nerve endings. (I’ll go into more detail in a later blog but if you want to know more, please do email me with a contact number and I’ll call.)
I’ve also trained with the UK’s leading maternity and fertility training courses so you can be sure that I am able to give you the best reflexology I can. Again, I’ll put more detail in a later blog, but please do email me for more information.
I am also working on a couple of new projects and I’m sure I’ll be able to tell you all about them very soon.
Off now, to prepare for another busy week at Tunbridge Wells Reflexology – ensuring all my lovely clients have the best possible attention and treatment sessions.
The best way to contact me is via email because if I’m with a client, I can’t answer the phone. I am happy to discuss any questions or queries with you and there is no pressure to book there and then.
Have a good week and thanks for reading.