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10 things Reflexologists would love you to know

1. We don't care about leg hair! It's true! We genuinely don't care if you've shaved your legs or not. In fact having...

What is Reflexology?

What is reflexology? Reflexology is a gentle yet powerful complementary therapy which uses systematic pressure on...

7 Popular Reflexology Myths Busted

Reflexology Myth 1. "Reflexology hurts" Myth! Reflexology should not hurt. Generally speaking the pressure should be...

Virtual Reflexology

Virtual Reflexology What is it and does it work? Virtual or Distance Reflexology is where you do reflexology from a...

Reflexology Aftercare Advice

Reflexology Aftercare Advice Here is some simple aftercare advice to use after your reflexology treatment. This will...

Can I have Reflexology if I have Diabetes?

Can I have Reflexology if I have Diabetes? In very simple terms, yes you can have reflexology if your diabetes is...

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What is Reflexology?

What is Reflexology?

What is reflexology? Reflexology is a gentle yet powerful complementary therapy which uses systematic pressure on specific points of the feet, face, hands or ears to bring the body back into balance. This is combined with a range of massage techniques to warm up the...

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7 Popular Reflexology Myths Busted

7 Popular Reflexology Myths Busted

Reflexology Myth 1. "Reflexology hurts" Myth! Reflexology should not hurt. Generally speaking the pressure should be at an acceptable level so it feels firm enough without being sore. You may experience a sore spot if an area is out of balance but this should be just...

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Virtual Reflexology

Virtual Reflexology

Virtual Reflexology What is it and does it work? Virtual or Distance Reflexology is where you do reflexology from a distance, either using visualisation, your own feet or something else as surrogate (such as a teddy) The recipient lies down somewhere comfortable and...

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Reflexology Aftercare Advice

Reflexology Aftercare Advice

Reflexology Aftercare Advice Here is some simple aftercare advice to use after your reflexology treatment. This will maximise the effects of your treatment and minimise the potential for a healing response Stay Hydrated After your reflexology treatment it is vital to...

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Can I have Reflexology if I have Diabetes?

Can I have Reflexology if I have Diabetes?

Can I have Reflexology if I have Diabetes? In very simple terms, yes you can have reflexology if your diabetes is well-managed and fairly stable with no additional complications. Diabetes presents in different ways in different people so it's important that we take a...

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Stories the feet can tell

Stories the feet can tell

Stories the feet can tell  Reflexology is fascinating and the more I do reflexology, the more fascinated I am by it. One of the first things a Reflexologist does at the beginning of a Reflexology treatment is to make some observations of the feet.  Here are...

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What happens during a Reflexology Treatment?

What happens during a Reflexology Treatment?

What happens during a Reflexology Treatment? Reflexology uses some massage techniques and gentle but firm pressure on specific places on the feet with the intention of bringing the body back into balance. It does NOT tickle nor should it be especially painful. It has...

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10 things Reflexologists would love you to know

1. We don't care about leg hair! It's true! We genuinely don't care if you've shaved your legs or not. In fact having some leg hair can be helpful as there is this wonderful relaxing c-tactile reflexology move which is very calming and you need leg hair for that! If...

What is Reflexology?

What is reflexology? Reflexology is a gentle yet powerful complementary therapy which uses systematic pressure on specific points of the feet, face, hands or ears to bring the body back into balance. This is combined with a range of massage techniques to warm up the...

7 Popular Reflexology Myths Busted

Reflexology Myth 1. "Reflexology hurts" Myth! Reflexology should not hurt. Generally speaking the pressure should be at an acceptable level so it feels firm enough without being sore. You may experience a sore spot if an area is out of balance but this should be just...

Virtual Reflexology

Virtual Reflexology What is it and does it work? Virtual or Distance Reflexology is where you do reflexology from a distance, either using visualisation, your own feet or something else as surrogate (such as a teddy) The recipient lies down somewhere comfortable and...

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