Prices & FAQs
Your first appointment and treatment includes a 30 minute consultation to discuss your needs and the treatments I can offer as well as answering any questions you may have.
1 x Reflexology Session
Approx. 50 minutes
Hot Stone Reflexology
Approx. 60 minutes
For Special Offers
30 min treatment
50 min treatment
Facial & Foot
90 min treatment
Given my line of work, it may be difficult for potential customers to fully understand what I can provide. Below, I answer your most frequently asked questions about my reflexology services.
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The first session lasts around one hour and 15 minutes. This includes a 30-minute consultation where you will be asked to fill in a questionnaire about your health and lifestyle. Once this has been completed, we will discuss your reason for treatment.
After this, its time for you to relax and enjoy your treatment which will last for approx. 50 minutes.
The therapy involves gentle pressure to the reflexes on the feet. Both the right and left feet will be treated. Once the session is complete, your therapist will discuss any findings with you. Any following appointments will last for approx. 50 minutes.
You can experience a range of reactions following a reflexology treatment. This includes feeling relaxed, cold, emotional, thirsty, runny nose and an increased need for the toilet.
Sometimes, the treatment can bring about a “healing crisis reaction”. This is where symptoms may appear worse before they get better. However, it is only a cleansing process whereby the body rids itself of toxins. This is a positive sign and can be a turning point in the pattern of an illness.
This varies from person to person. Some clients will need more regular treatments than others. Your particular requirements can be discussed with your therapist.
There are some contraindications to having reflexology done. These will be checked prior to treatment. A letter from your general practitioner (GP) may be required before commencing with the treatments.