This article is written from my personal perspective about what has specifically helped me to manage my condition (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) for the past few years. My hope is that this information will be of benefit to others. Everything I’ve listed below I have experienced first hand. Please speak with your consultant or GP before considering modifying your treatment plan.
I’ve come across quite a number of people who suffer from sinus pain and blockages and thought it might be beneficial to some if I were to share my personal experience with it.
Ah the New Year Detox! A cliche? Yes… but it is the season for resolutions so what better time than now to write about the benefits of detoxing and how reflexology can facilitate this.
Feet can be a strange concept and people I meet nearly always find it fascinating that I have taken it upon myself to work with feet. I often hear questions like; “What if the person is ticklish?”, “Does reflexology hurt?” and “I don’t like people looking at/touching my feet”
Every reflexologist has their own unique way of touching, holding and working with the feet. These are my solutions.
If you have been to any complementary health practitioners you may be familiar with the concept of needing to return for a certain number of treatments. But why?
Do you want to know more about hand reflexology and when it is used?
Hand reflexology is generally used when, for one reason or another, the feet cannot be accessed. It is believed that to work on the feet delivers a more powerful reflexology treatment but I have had some pretty profound moments working on the hands too.