Winchcombe Holistic Therapy: Reflexology
A relaxing and recharging experience, that is also used as a complementary therapy to help many health conditions.
I have over 26 years experience in Reflexology and it is one of my favourite therapies to help many health problems but second to none in deeply relaxing the person. Using advanced Reflexology techniques and a relaxing aromatherapy massage at the end of the treatment it leaves the person feeling very relaxed and balanced.
Reflexology Therapy Treatments
- Reflexology price £45 (1hr)
- Fertility Reflexology £45 (1hr)
Reflexology Treatment Combinations
- Reflexology (pt) + Back/neck massage £55 (1hr) ........ Ideal for ongoing back problems!
- Reflexology + Hopi ear candle £75 (1hr 45mins)
- Reflexology + Back/neck massage £75 (1hr 30)
- Detox top to toe £85 Is a combination treatment of Reflexology and Oriental Face/Neck/lymph Massage and when combined offers a stimulating and detoxifing treatment to the body, lasting for 2 hours of deep relaxation.
- Reflexology for weight loss - has a stimulating and detoxifying and balancing affect on all organs and systems of the body.
Signature Treatment - JR
A face and body ritual using flowing movements to take you to a deep place of relaxation. This treatment combines back massage followed by Oriental face massage and finishes with Reflexology using a personal blend of aromatherapy oils lasting for 1hr 30 mins
What you need to know about Reflexology
What is reflexology?
Reflexology is a complementary medicine. It works on the principle that there are reflexes on the feet relative to every organ, function and part of the human body. By applying pressure to specific points on the feet, this in effect, stimulates the body’s own healing processes and is considered to be a safe way to restore the body.
What problems does it help?
- Stress, Headaches, Migraine
- Hormonal imbalances, PMT and Menopause
- Back problems, Joint, Sciatica
- Digestive disorders- IBS, Ulcers
- Respiratory problems
- Sleep disorders, Anxiety
- Pre and post surgery to promote healing
- Many other conditions can be helped also
Benefits of Reflexology
- Improves nerve and blood supply and therefore circulation
- Balances hormones
- Generally is good for balancing the whole body
- Has a detoxifying effect and good for releasing impurities
- Helps restore the body’s healing powers/immune system
- Very calming on nervous system
- Great for reducing stress and anxiety states
- Balances the digestive system
How does it work?
The Reflexologist applies a pressure to specific points on the feet and, by doing this, is able to stimulate the part that it corresponds to in the body. There are seven thousand nerve endings (size of pin heads) – mostly on the underside of the feet, and some on the front and to the side.The therapist will work the whole body on the feet and also concentrate on problem areas as a way to restore balance. Reflexology cannot diagnose specific diseases, but the feet will tell the therapist that an organ function, or part, is in a congested, sluggish or tense state.
Can it help stress?
Reflexology has a dynamic effect on the body in its ability to relieve stress and tension. As stress is responsible for many illnesses, (an estimated 75%) we become more susceptible to ill health. This is where Reflexology comes into its own, as it is deeply relaxing and very restorative for the body. This in turn causes all systems of the body to function more efficiently, including those that eliminate waste products and toxins.
Reflexology as a preventative health care
Increasingly we are needing to find ways to keep our health good, especially when we are faced with stress, fatigue, chemicals/toxins and poor air quality, to name a few. This therapy is a great way to prevent the onset of health problems and to deal with stress.
It is safe for people of all ages, from the very young to the elderly.
The history of reflexology
From ancient texts we know that the early Chinese, Japanese, Indians, Russians worked on the feet to promote good health, but it has it’s origins with the ancient Egyptians. In AD1027 it is recorded as having been used as an energy balancing procedure. It was in the early 20th century that a Dr William Fitzgerald developed it further to what we know today.