Often mistaken for a foot massage, the ancient art of reflexology accesses these nerve endings which are linked to every organ and system of the body. Through skillful manipulation a reflexologist can help to unblock the flow of energy in organs and re-balance entire systems.
Reflexology is a complementary therapy, that is, it is used in conjunction with conventional medicine to assist in the body’s recovery from certain diseases and illnesses. It does not diagnose or cure.
It is particularly useful for stress related conditions as it helps to discharge the negative effects of stress and stimulate the body’s own healing.
There is general acceptance that illness and disease do not occur ‘out of the blue’ nor can they be solely attributed to a virus or bacteria. The reality is, we do not simply ‘catch the flu’ from someone else. When our immune system is depleted below the level of resistance required to successfully fight a disease then we succumb and become ill.
In a busy and unrelenting world, the positive effects of giving ourselves the ‘time out’ required to receive a treatment should not be underestimated.
Benefits of Reflexology…
- Back Problems
- Blood Pressure
- Bowel Disorders
- Frozen Shoulder
- Gynaecological Disorders
- Hay Fever
- Knee Problems
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscle Tension
- Neck Problems
- PMS/Hormonal Problems
- Respiratory Problems
- Stress Disorders
- Thyroid Imbalance
This natural healing process has many proven benefits. As a preventative therapy, reflexology works on the thousands of nerve endings in the feet, thereby stimulating the central nervous system.
- Improved sleep
- Total relaxation of the body and mind, which promotes healing.
- Cleansing the body of calcium deposits and toxins.
- Stimulating energy flow throughout the body.
- Balancing the whole system. For the body to be healthy, everything must work together.
Treatment cost €45 and takes approx. 50-60 min