How will I feel after my treatment
Usually very relaxed, maybe invigorated, possibly a little sleepy. You will be expected to relax after the treatment and not engage in stressful or strenuous activities.
Over the next two to three days your body will assimilate and respond to the treatment. If you have had surgery or a serious illness it is possible that you may 'relive' some of these symptoms for a short period of time. This happens when there has been unresolved healing and indicates that the body is starting to deal with these problem areas.
How often should I have a treatment
Like taking exercise, regular treatment will produce the best results, and a series of treatments can be purchased in a block, which will work out much cheaper per treatment.
If we are working for a specific outcome, I will advise you on when you will need your next treatment.
How are reflexology sessions tailored to the individual
The information that you give me during a consultation will enable me to identify particular areas of need. From this I can utilise different reflexology techniques, such as "Advanced", "Precision", or "Vertical" reflexology, making a treatment uniquely relevant to that person.
Will reflexology hurt me
There may be some tender areas, but as your therapist I will take care to not allow it to create you undue discomfort.
I have ticklish feet, can I still have reflexology
Absolutely! A reflexologist's touch is quite firm and you will feel comfortable having the treatment.
I'm bald, will this be a problem for Indian Head Massage
No, most of the head massage will still be relevant, and more time can be spent working on the back.
Will I be expected to make lifestyle changes
This is entirely up to you. In some cases lifestyle, situation stresses or diet may be counterproductive to the effects of the treatment and we are likely to discuss this.
Can I have two treatments back to back
Reflexology, Facial reflexology and Indian Head Massage will have an effect on the body, and any of these treatments will leave you feeling very relaxed. Receiving two treatments in one day can just be too much, and is not recommended. This general principle stands for other therapies too.
It can also make it hard to assess how a therapy may be helping you - when your condition improves you won't be sure which therapy has made which contribution to your health.
Can anyone receive treatments
There are a few situations where it would not be in the interest of the individual to receive a treatment and this would be discussed within the consultation process.
Do you support local charities?
Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team.
Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team (of which I am a member), is a charitable organisation whose volunteers work to rescue people in trouble, who often happen to be in difficult to get to places. We work throughout the south west region, though most of our calls are in Devon. Our casualties range from the accidentally injured to vulnerable missing persons.
In 2010, I was able to raise some money for the Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team, by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
If you think you might like to raise money for this organisation, or if you would like to find out more about us, why not CLICK
COVID 19 UPDATE
* For reasons of safety I have restricted my client base.
* I am only offering foot reflexology as a treatment during the pandemic period
* I am 'Covid Secure' for mobile and treatments at my home only. The best levels of hygiene are offered within other environments.
If there is something that I haven't answered or that you would like to ask me please call me on: 07813 705817