Thank you for taking the time to look at Tunbridge Wells Reflexology. My name is Olivia and I am qualified to practice Reflexology. I have additionally had advanced training in fertility and reproductive reflexology, maternity reflexology, pain management, reflexology lymph drainage and hand reflexology. I have also taken courses in the care and management of diabetes and counselling to further my overall skillset.
My interest in holistic treatments started over 20 years ago when I began to understand the need to take time out and reduce stress to bring about a happier, calmer and more balanced ‘me’. As my interest grew as I tried more and more holistic treatments to see what might work for me and really, just to see what each one was all about.
A previous employment background in FMCG, Training and Management has given me a broad understanding of the stresses and pressures of the corporate world. I have witnessed first-hand how reflexology can relax, tone, stimulate, and strengthen the whole mind-body system to help people manage these stresses and pressures in this fast-paced world.
As an intuitive therapist I look to see each person as an individual, tailoring treatments to their specific needs. I take a holistic approach by supporting healing through relaxation techniques, providing deep and strengthening treatments.
I am fully insured and am a full member of the Association of Reflexologists (AoR). My training was completed at the Maureen Burgess School of Reflexology under the careful eye of renowned practitioner Maureen Burgess FMAR. My training consisted of over 100 hours of official case studies. In addition I offered treatments to friends and family to gain further experience.
I am a member of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologists and was trained by leading reflexologist Barbara Scott and Harriet Coombes. As a professional therapist I am able to register with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council. This is a professional standards authority register upon which the GMC has confirmed doctors can refer through.