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Old Town Therapies

REFLEXOLOGY AND NATURAL HEALTH

Reflexology

 CREATE BALANCE AND HARMONY IN THE BODY IN ORDER TO OPTIMISTE HEALTH AND WELLBEING.

Reflexology is a natural holistic therapy based on points in the feet that correspond to organs, systems and structures within the body. It is a safe and gentle therapy that is suitable for every age.

How Can Reflexology Help?​


Calm

Reflexology  is deeply relaxing, calming your mind and encouraging your body to gently unwind. Treatments aid sleep and stimulate endorphins to help lift your mood and give you a greater sense of wellbeing. 

Revitalise

Reflexology helps the body to cleanse and energise by stimulating the lymphatic system, improving circulation and removing toxins .

Balance

Treatments can support your immune system, reduce pain and encourage healing, helping you regain your natural equilibrium. 

Frequently Asked Questions


Is it Safe for Everyone?  

Most people can have reflexology as it is a gentle treatment and your session will be adapted to suit your needs. If you are unsure, please get in touch to discuss your needs to ensure it is the right treatment for you.

Does it Hurt?

Reflexology is a relaxing treatment. I will adjust the pressure depending on how you feel with gentle or firm pressure according to your preference. Pregnancy reflexology is very gentle and wonderfully relaxing.

How Will I Feel?

Most of my clients feel relaxed and uplifted after their treatment. I would recommend having Reflexology near a time when you can rest. However if you have activities planned then the treatment can be adjusted so that you feel more energised.

How Many Sessions? 

This depends on you and your reason for coming. Many clients find that monthly treatments are really beneficial, however if you are having reflexology for a particular condition then it can be helpful to have treatments more frequently. 

"What a lovely treat. I have had a series of treatments with Alex and I have felt rejuvenated after each session. Really good for balancing out the effects of stress and the menopause."

Shirley