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 an all-over body effect but the best bit is that you don’t need to remove any clothes apart from your shoes and socks!  When you come for treatment I will take a thorough consultation to make sure I understand how best to help you and to find out what is going on for you at the moment.

I will then get you comfortable on the couch or chair and gently refresh your feet with warm flannels. Once your feet are refreshed I will use a range of gentle stretching and warming techniques to help relax you before starting on the reflexology treatment itself.

When I’ve completed the reflexology routine I will finish with some cooling down moves and give your feet a little squeeze to say I’ve finished or ding my tingsha bells to signify the end of the treatment.

You will be able to have a few minutes to ‘come back into the room’ and I’ll explain to you how to maximise the effects of the treatment with some aftercare advice.

Fancy trying Reflexology?

Please send me a message or call or text 07720397734 or email info@sarahcooper.co.uk if you’d like to book

Sarah Cooper
Sarah Cooper

Sarah Cooper is a Reflexologist, Reiki Master Practitioner, Aromatherapist and Writer based in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, England.

Website www.sarahcooper.co.uk
Email info@sarahcooper.co.uk
Telephone 07720397734
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