Tracey Andresen Reflexology
What is Reflexology/Fertility Reflexology
Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary therapy that can promote deep relaxation and well-being by reducing stress and rebalancing the body. Reflexology is a touch therapy that is based on the theory that different points in the feet relate to different areas in the body and a reflexologist will work these points and areas.
Fertility reflexology is a reflexology treatment to work with the endocrine (hormonal) system and menstrual cycle, promotes balance of the body systems and encourages the body's systems to function efficiently. Fertility reflexology can also include menopause/peri-menopause and PMS
What is Reflexology for Menopause
Reflexology is a wonderful therapy for aiding our journey through menopause and perimenopause. Menopause and perimenopause have many symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, headaches, mood changes, anxiety, weight gain, sleep disturbances and so many more. Following the Sally Earlam Reflexology for Menopause method, Reflexology works to bring balance to the peripheral nervous system and help alleviate some of the menopause and perimenopause symptoms.
What is Aromareflex
Aromareflex combines reflexology with essential oils. Aromareflex uses a carefully selected range of oils, chosen and blended just for you and used whilst receiving a full reflexology treatment. It is an extremely relaxing experience combining all the benefits of a traditional reflexology treatment with the wonderful benefits of essential oils.
Your skin will absorb the blended oils encouraging a sense of well-being and harmony.
What is Hot Stones Reflexology
Adding smooth basalt hot stones to a traditional reflexology treatment will bring warmth and a deep sense of relaxation. The hot stones will be used to massage the lower leg and feet alongside receiving a traditional reflexology treatment.
Aromareflex can also be added to a hot stones treatment.
What is VRT (Vertical Reflexology)
A VRT trained reflexologist will work on your weight-bearing feet and hands for a few minutes before a reflexology treatment to accelerate the healing processes.
Possible Benefits of Reflexology
Relaxation and a sense of well-being which helps to reduce stress and can lead to improved sleep, mood and energy levels.
Reflexology may also help with:
Headaches / Migraines
Irregular or painful menstruation cycles
Treatment time is between 50 and 60 minutes, with the first treatment being a little longer as a full consultation is taken and asked to sign confidential consent form before the treatment takes place. You then only need to take off your shoes and socks for a reflexology treatment and relax on a comfortable couch.
Tracey Andresen Reflexology 07845532074 for further information.