A typical treatment will last for 1hr. Your initial appointment begins with you filling out
a health history consultation form. Once completed further information about your health and life
style is discussed. Also if you physically have any sensitivities swelling or bruising on your feet.
Once this is completed, I then give your feet a foot bath with warm water and essential oils, this is
done whilst seated. I then use SKINCARE organic foot pumice to exfoliate your feet. It is a
refreshing aromatic foot scrub designed to refine rough calloused skin while providing relief for tired feet.
Wild thyme is blended with cooling essential oils of peppermint and eucalyptus to increase
circulation and provide anti-bacterial and antifungal benefits. Fine ground pumice infused with
nourishing aloe vera softens and aids in healing and hydration to reveal smooth skin. The feet are
dried and you are then asked to lay down on the massage table.
At this stage I will make further notes of any markings swellings or discolouration on your feet. I
make my own reflexology creams using essential oils, herb oils, flower essences and aura soma
products aqueous cream and aloe vera.
There will be gentle non- intrusive music playing in the background to aid in your relaxation and
enjoyment. The session is most relaxing I start with your right foot and work through all the
reflexology points on your foot, then work on your left in the same manner. The pressure is firm so
do not be concerned if you are ticklish. The pressure used for the feet is enough to allow stimulation
to occur at the reflexology point, but not strong enough to cause discomfort.
I finish the session with a “Brazilian toe massage” this enhances and balances the meridians
throughout your body. The Final part of the session comes when I play the “Sound Crystal Healing
Bowls”. The bowls balance the chakra’s and help seal the auric field. Once this sequence of bowls is
completed, I then use an f sharp heart bowl to finalise and enhance your treatment.
The reflexology session helps with deep relaxation and healing, after the treatment I discuss what
has presented in your feet. I may advice you to take some-thing nutritionally, or make a herbal tonic,
homeopathic remedy or flower essence if I think you would benefit from this.
At the end of the session you should be feeling refreshed invigorated and nurtured and your feet
feeling delightfully cared for.
It is recommended that you keep well hydrated after the session as working deeply can occasionally
cause toxins to flood the system, hydration usually helps with this. I also recommend that you have
an Epsom salt bath if possible 200grms (about 2 handfuls) soaking for 20 minutes. If you are
reasonably healthy eat well, exercise and are not doing anything destructive with your body this
should not be a problem.
Occasionally, with the first treatment some people can feel nausea, extreme tiredness or have
headaches. However, this is very rare.
How often can i have Reflexology?
Depending on your work if you are in a stressful job or on your feet all the time like within the
hospitality industry or hospital system as in nursing, then I would recommend once a fortnight or
once a month. In some health conditions once a week can enhance recovery.