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Reflexology is a wonderful way to treat your whole body through a relaxing foot massage. You don’t need a health issue to see a Reflexologist but regular treatments can address the cause of underlying health issues in the body such as those listed below.
The main aim of a Reflexology session is to create calm and relaxation so the body can heal and balance naturally. Some people think that foot Reflexology will hurt, although this can be true of Asian style foot massage, modern Reflexology is only as firm as you feel comfortable with.
The firm pressure used during a Reflexology treatment is not light and tickly. Have a try and you might be surprised. A lot of people don’t like their feet and hide them away in shoes, which can make them sweaty and smelly. Having an optional aromatherapy footbath before a Reflexology session starts the relaxation process and deals with any unpleasant odours. Remember Reflexologists love feet and every foot tells a story. We don’t see feet as ugly. :)
A qualified Reflexologist must never diagnose a disease or adjust medications. Reflexology is complementary to other health care and works well in getting the body to heal naturally. Doctors agree that 75% of health issues are related to nervous stress and tension, so having relaxation through Reflexology benefits both the body and the mind.
Reflexology can help with many health conditions and is recognized as an effective complementary therapy benefiting such ailments as:
An initial consultation takes about an one hour fifteen minutes, during which a full health history is taken. Subsequent sessions are one hour and treatments are individually tailored to a client’s health and emotional needs.
Most private health funds recognize Reflexology these days. Check your policy or give them a call, they can tell you exactly how much you get back for each visit with your Reflexologist.
Look out for membership of a professional body such as the Reflexology Association of Australia or ATMS. These bodies investigate and set academic standards, only accepting members from approved colleges and universities.
No, just call the clinic and tell them you want an initial appointment. They will answer
any questions you have and do the rest for you.
Reflexology is not a diagnostic therapy. Nor does it replace seeing other medical professionals. It does aim to bring the body back into balance, stimulating its own healing mechanism. You can read more about Reflexology here: