Holistic Health, What's that about?

Holistic simply means to look at the whole body. Western medicine generally sees a problem in an area and simply tries to treat that area. Often treating the symptoms of an issue, but not getting to the cause. 

With all the treatments that I use I am looking at the whole body to try to restore balance and allow your body to do what it does best.... heal it's self! Modern living means we are very disconnected from the earth and often ourselves. Not listening to or looking after our bodies takes it's toll. I try to reset the balance so you can restore health and vitality. 

Reflexology is a natural holistic therapy which encourages the body’s own healing processes on a physical, spiritual and emotional level, bringing balance enables the body to be healthy. 

It is an ancient healing technique used initially by the Chinese over 4000 years ago. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Theory is a fascinating subject and I do use some of their principles in my work. Reflexology was recognised in  Western cultures from the 1930's as 'Zone Therapy'.

Chinese Cylce of life

As a qualified Reflexologist, I continue to research and learn more about this amazing therapy. Some research studies have shown over a 97% success rate with people feeling anywhere from 'slightly better' to 'no more symptoms' This amazes me. As a treatment that, at worst, is a fantastic way to pamper yourself and relax, and at best can have amazing effects on a wide range of ailments, why not see if it works for you. Just come with an open mind and the desire to feel better, and maybe I can help you to help yourself.

Reflexology and other therapies can help reduce symptoms such as:


Emotional imbalance

Sinus problems


Joint issues




Digestive issues

Skin problems

Reflexology can also improve general health and wellbeing. 

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