REFLEXOLOGY TREATMENTS ACROSS MEDWAY, KENT. Call 01634 817242

WHAT IS REFLEXOLOGY? HOW CAN IT HELP ME?

Reflexology is a holistic therapy- meaning it treats the body as a whole, rather than the symptoms of a disease. It relaxes the body mentally and physically, enabling the body’s systems to regain a healthy balance. Therefore, encouraging the body to work to its optimum potential. All the body’s systems can be treated by the gentle massage and pressure that pinpoints a corresponding reflex in the foot. Stress and tension caused by disease can cause imbalances in the body. This can often lead to conditions which are recognised as being stress related, which can include, sleep conditions, I.B.S, migraine, depression, and anxiety. As individuals react differently to stress we aim to treat the person rather than the symptoms/conditions.

WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM A TREATMENT?

At your first consultation I will take a detailed history. Finding out about your past and current health, your life style, and what you hope to gain from having reflexology. A reflexology treatment will take between 45mins to an hour. The feet are worked by using a gentle to firm pressure over the whole foot and then pinpointing reflexes on the foot, which mirror the body’s systems. Any reflexes which to the therapist feel ‘congested or crunchy’ will be worked on with an explanation as to what reflex is being treated. Occasionally as a patient you might find a particular reflex painful, or you might feel a sensation of pins and needles. All this is very usual and extremely helpful to the reflexologist. It can help identify which reflexes are storing tension or need balancing, therefore the reflexologist can map out the areas which need treating. AT NO TIME WILL A REFLEXOLOGIST DIAGNOSE A CONDITION THROUGH YOUR FEET. Reflexes which show signs of congestion, tension. discomfort, do not necessarily mean there is a corresponding ailment or condition within the body. Any sensation purely gives a guideline for the reflexologist to work with.

HOW MANY TREATMENTS SHOULD I HAVE?

Repeat treatments vary enormously from patient to patient. Some people have reflexology each week where others will have a treatment monthly or fortnightly. As a reflexologist, I am guided by the individuals needs and lifestyle. Generally speaking, I would recommend that reflexology is more effective if the treatments are spaced out on a regular basis. This ensures that the comparisons between each treatment can be taken into account, therefore, a complete history of how the body reacts to reflexology can be monitored.

IS THERE ANY TIME THAT REFLEXOLOGY IS NOT RECOMMENDED?

Reflexology has very few contraindications. It is drug free and safe for all ages from birth to the elderly, including pregnancy. It can be used as a support therapy alongside traditional medicine, for more serious diseases and conditions, such as Cancer care, M.S, and motor neurone disease. The treatment itself is very relaxing. And while this relaxation is taking place the body restores itself and the mind can be freed from mundane thoughts. I am also proud to be working with The Harmony Therapy Trust, pop over to their website to find out more:- www.theharmonytherapytrust.org.uk

As a member of the A.O.R (Association of Reflexologists – www.aor.org.uk). I am proud to be a practitioner with over 20 years’ experience.

Call 07870 812009

Geraldine Penfold
Association of Reflexologists

CONTACT US

Holcombe Health Clinic
Holcombe Park
Curtis Way
Rochester
Kent ME1 2TQ

01634 817242

enquiries@holcombehealthclinic.co.uk

DIRECTIONS

By Car – from the M2
Exit the M2 at Junction 3 and head towards the A229 Chatham. Follow the A229 Chatham until you come to a large roundabout with Toys R Us and Homebase on your left, carry straight on over the roundabout and stay in the left-hand lane.
You’ll approach a set of traffic lights, be in the left-hand lane and turn left. Follow the road around to the left and take the first right into our access road. Holcombe Park is at the end.

By Rail
Take the train to Chatham. Either take a taxi or walk out of the station round to the right to the bus lay-by and follow the bus directions below.

By Bus
From Chatham bus or rail station, get the 101 bus towards Maidstone. Get off the bus outside the Horsted Park housing development. Head towards the traffic lights opposite the Horsted Park and travel down Marconi Way. Go under the barrier and down the access road. The clubhouse is at the end.

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