What should I wear to have a treatment?
It doesn’t really matter what you wear when you go for reflexology, as I will focus on your feet. Shoes and socks are removed in order to work the feet. Out of courtesy and kindness of course, it is a good idea to make sure that your feet are clean and fragrant!
What is a treatment like?
On the first visit, I will chat with you about your general health and lifestyle, what you would like to achieve and take some medical details.
Reflexology is not a foot massage. I may massage your feet a little to relax you before I start, but the technique itself is about applying medium to firm pressure to specific points upon the foot, which should be very relaxing to receive.
A treatment session usually lasts for about an hour. You will probably get a lot out of a single session but you may want to have several more.
Is there any reason I cannot have a treatment? Please get in touch and let me know if any of the following apply.
- of any medical conditions you have, and treatment or medication you are receiving
- if you are, or think you might be, pregnant
- if you have recently had an operation or surgery
- Any infection or injury to the feet or lower legs.
Does Reflexology hurt?
Reflexology should be very relaxing to receive, however when we are working over the reflexes there maybe some tender spots or areas that feel different.
I have ticklish feet, will I be able to have a treatment?
Reflexology uses firm and specific movements so most people find it very relaxing rather than ticklish.
What precautions are in place for Covid-19 guidelines?
Client welfare is priority and we are adhering to Covid-19 government guidelines. This will include screening of clients prior to a appointment, as well as cleaning and hygiene heightened, with extra time between clients for ventilation of the room and extra cleaning procedures. As per government guidelines clients are asked to bring their own water, blankets and coverings should they wish to have them as we will be unable to provide these. Masks are not essential but can be worn should you wish to, however practitioners must wear face coverings. I will also be providing hand gel which must be applied on entry.
Do You Treat Men?
Yes, but only via referral.
I am pregnant, can I have a treatment?
Yes from 12 weeks of pregnancy and onwards.
How do i find you?
On booking an appointment I will provide you with full details and directions on how to find me.
Is there plenty of parking?
Yes, plenty of driveway parking available
What do I do if I need to change or cancel an appointment?
Please give at least 24 hours notice to change or cancel your appointment. Anything less that may incur a 50% cancellation fee.
Can I buy gift vouchers?
Yes gift vouchers are available and these have a 12 month valid period for use.
How do I pay?
Payment can be made by cash or with debit or credit card via a terminal. Bank Transfer is possible in advance of a treatment.
Is there anything advisable after a treatment?
You are likely to feel very relaxed after a session; you may feel like having a snooze or a long bath, and luxuriating in the feeling a bit longer. On the other hand, depending on your treatment, you may feel really energised.
Your reaction is not always predictable but the likelihood is that you’ll feel much better when you come out than you did when you went in. As with other treatments, it’s a good idea to arrange a session when there aren’t too many demands on you afterwards.
Drinking plenty of water to help flush out waste products is advisable after a treatment and avoid drinking stimulants such as tea, coffee and alcohol. Providing our bodies with a healthy and clean diet and getting adequate rest and keeping stress levels in check is always advisable in looking after ourselves.