Pregnant? Experiencing pregnancy related ailments?
If you have never experienced reflexology before, now is the time!
Maternity reflexology has been very successful in treating pregnancy related ailments, as hormonal, physical and emotional changes take place at this very special time.
The benefits of reflexology whilst pregnant helps with:
|Backache / Sciatica||High Blood Pressure|
|Constipation / Diarrhoea||Tiredness / Exhaustion|
|Fluid Retention / Swollen Ankles||Postnatal Depression|
|SPD / Groin Pain||Preparation for labour|
During pregnancy, maternity reflexology helps to alleviate many symptoms whilst the body tries to adapt to it’s new role. The constant changes in hormones can be very stressful, with anxiety and emotional wellbeing being compromised. Because I am professionally trained and insured for Maternity Reflexology I treat clients as soon as pregnancy is confirmed. After all, I work with many clients to get them pregnant in the first place, so this is continuation for them.
There is nothing better than having a more relaxing treatment, followed by labour priming, for a spot of encouragement at the appropriate time.
I can also offer labour priming as a stand alone treatment.
During the latter stages of pregnancy, it is normal to be completed tired and exhausted. This is when I tend to visit clients at home most often. A nominal mileage charge may be payable, depending on where you live, but this can be clarified at any point throughout treatment.
N.B. Health records must be made available at any stage during treatment, especially if you are only having treatment nearing the end of your pregnancy. This is to observe for any contra-indications preventing treating.
Post Natal Depression
When you are back home and settled, reflexology can help with rebalancing your hormones which helps with postnatal depression. It also helps bring some natural calmness to the emotions that a newborn baby can bring.
60 minute treatment £35. Block book 6 and get a 10% discount! £190 (Must be paid in advance)
N.B. Health records must be made available for viewing at any stage during treatment, especially if you are only having treatment near to the end of your pregnancy. This is to observe for any contra-indications preventing treating.