Little Haven Therapies Reflexology for Waterlooville, Hampshire

What is Reflexology?

Its not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it. - Hans Selye


Feet!!!

"Feet?! Really?!" "How can you deal with feet?" "Eww, no not feet!" I hear that all the time! Feet really are like marmite for lots of people, you either like them or you don't! So what is Reflexology? And why do I spend my time working on people's feet?!

Well, Reflexology is a non-intrusive complementary therapy, based on the theory that we can "map" the body on the soles of the feet and palms of the hand. Different parts of the body correspond to different reflexes, and by working on or stimulating these we can help the body to restore its balance naturally.

A good reflexologist will not claim to diagnose or cure. Each person's treatment is tailored to their individual needs, and will take into account both physical and non-physical factors which may be affecting their wellbeing.

"But what can it do for me?" "How will it help me?"

Reflexology can help in a number of ways. It can:

  • help relaxation
  • improve mood
  • aid sleep
  • help relieve tension
  • give an improved sense of wellbeing

    People experience the benefit of reflexology in far too many ways to list! If you are wondering if it is right for you, or if it could help you then please do get in touch and ask!

    All ages can benefit from reflexology, from newborn babies to those receiving end of life care, and all those in between. With stress becoming an ever-present factor in most of our lives, reflexology can help you to take a little time for you, and to help mitigate the stress you may feel in your daily life.

    To book an appointment, or if you would like more information please give me a call or drop me an e-mail using the contact details below.



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