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Clinical Reflexology

Reflexology is a holistic, non-invasive complementary therapy that is based on the principle that different points or reflexes on the feet, lower leg and hands correspond to the internal organs and other structures of the body.

Following initial consultation, the reflexology treatment will be tailored to your needs. By using specific thumb, finger and linking techniques on the feet or hands working on the reflex points, meridian lines and nerve endings.


By stimulating the reflexes in hands and feet, reflexology can reduce stress, improve mood, aid sleep, release tension and help with relaxation bringing relief to a range of both acute and chronic conditions.

Reflexology can be enjoyed by people of all ages, from children through to the elderly.

The deeply relaxing effects of the treatment enable your body to connect with its own natural means of repair, opening up the pathways that the body uses to nourish and recover itself. Blood pressure should lower, cortisol levels drop, heart rate regulates and the central nervous system relaxes. The mind becomes quiet, tension in the body releases and you will start to feel rejuvenated, recharged and restored.

Reflexology Treatments Available:

  • Hand Reflexology 

  • Foot Reflexology

  • Facial Reflexology

  • Auricular Reflexology

  • Reflexology for Palliative care

  • Reflexology for those living with Cancer

  • Reflexology for Lymphatic Drainage

  • Reflexology for enhancing Fertility

  • Maternity care Reflexology

  • NEPIP – NeuroEndoPsychoImmunoPody – a new treatment designed to help clients with anxiety and stress

  • Inner Intent Reflexology

  • Reflexology for Women’s Health

Pricing for Hand, Foot, Facial, Fertility, Maternity and NEPIP (NeuroEndoPsychoImmunoPody) Reflexology:

Initial Consultation £40

Follow Up Appointment £40

Pricing for Palliative and Cancer care

No initial consultation required.

Appointments £20

Mobile appointments incur an additional fee to cover travel expenses from £5 depending on location. 

All appointments last 45-60 minutes, with the following exceptions:

  • Initial consultation which is 1 hour and 30 minutes.

  • Palliative treatments which last 20 minutes.

Please call or email to discuss your options or if you have any questions.

Foot Reflexology

  • Reducing stress

  • Release of tension

  • Increased wellbeing

  • Restoring the body's natural balance

  • Revitalisation and increased energy

  • Stimulation of the immune system

  • Encouraging the body to heal itself

  • Improved circulation

  • Improved sleep

  • Detoxification

  • Balancing of systems within the body

  • Pain relief

Hand reflexology can be just as effective as foot reflexology, whilst often remaining more convenient too. The reflex points within your hands are a lot deeper than in the feet, so more pressure must be applied during hand reflexology to get the same results.

Benefit conditions that typically affect the hands and wrists, including arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome and RSI;

■ Aid recovery from hand injury;

■ Help maintain manual dexterity;

■ Rejuvenate overused or tired hands.

It has been shown to help if the client has an injured foot, an infection – such as athlete’s foot – ticklish feet, or does not like their feet being touched, or is generally uncomfortable with touch.


Client aftercare can include working reflex points on hands as opposed to the feet, as the latter are obviously much harder to reach.

Hand Reflexology

Auricular Reflexology

Lending a Helping Hand

Ear reflexology, otherwise known as auricular reflexology is a unique type of reflexology in its own right.


Ears are sensitive and full of nerve endings (over 500), making them an effective area to treat with reflexology.


Similar to other types of reflexology, the ear reflex points include points for every body part, organ and gland. Additionally, however, they also contain points for emotional balance, such as points for anti-depression, balance of sadness and worry, and for anti-aggression. Unlike other types of reflexology where right and left reflexology maps represent the right and left sides of the body, each ear has a map of the entire body.


Ear reflexology was developed in France by Dr. Paul Nogier in the 20th Century, who thought the ear reflexes resembled a baby in fetal position; Traditional Chinese Medicine claims the origins of the medical importance of the ear thousands of years prior, but the mechanism was by cauterization, and only much later by acupuncture. Though the European and Asian ear maps differ, many points have been standardised by the World Health Organization.

​Stimulating ear reflex points encourages the body to heal itself. A common theory as to how ear reflexology works involves nervous system impulses - by working the points, electrical impulses are sent out from the reflex on the ear to the brain, and then messages are relayed to the corresponding body parts or organs, telling them to regulate themselves. Meridian theory proposes that applying pressure to the ear reflexes releases energy blocks along major energy pathways located within the body, thus increasing energy flow to specific areas that need it, and also generally, throughout every body system.


Because the ears are so small, and each contains the whole body map, an ear reflexology session can be performed in a relatively short time as compared to other reflexology sessions. For the same reason, ear reflexology is very easy to "add on" to other treatments, making the overall effect of any session more effective. Often your facial massage or foot reflexology may incorporate a shortened treatment on your ears. With specific points that can be used for particular goals, like "muscle relaxant", grounding points, and psychological well-being, clients can benefit in very specific ways. And a few select ear reflexes can be stimulated between sessions, by using small, round ear beads - known as seeds.

  • Inducing a deep relaxation

  • Reduction of stress levels and anxiety

  • Depression

  • Infertility

  • Insomnia and other sleep issues

  • Chronic pain, especially lower back pain and shoulder pain

  • Migraine and other head pain

  • Addiction

  • Weight Loss

  • Throat and sinus issues

  • Joint and tendon tension

  • Inflammation

  • Digestive issues

NEPIP Reflexology

(Neuro Endo Psycho Immuno Pody)

Stressed Woman

Women’s Health Reflexology

Specialist Women’s Health Reflexology is used to treat a range of women’s health conditions such PMS, painful or irregular periods, PCOS, endometriosis, fibroids, hormones imbalances and menopause.

Hormone imbalances can effect your every day life by causing insomnia, fatigue, low mood, irritability, loss of concentration and loss of libido. Reflexology can help return the body to it’s natural state of  balance.

A course of reflexology works to balance the hormones related to your condition which in turn reduces the associated symptoms. It will leave you feeling deeply relaxed and reduce stress levels.

Depending on your condition, a course of 4 - 8 treatments will be recommended initially with longer intervals between treatments as your wellbeing improves.

The reflexology treatments will be tailored to treat your individual condition, whether that is reducing chronic pain of endometriosis, or the feelings of fatigue, brain fog and hot flushes associated with menopause.

A holistic approach is taken to women's health. You will receive additional support and advice on other factors that can improve your condition, such by making diet and lifestyle changes.

Within the course of treatments clients report back on the improvements to their mood, sleep and feelings of wellbeing.

Conditions that may benefit from specialist reflexology:

  • Menopause (including Peri-menopause)

  • Endometriosis

  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

  • Amenorrhea (absence of periods)

  • Menorrhagia (heavy periods)

  • Dysmenorrhea (painful periods)

  • Pre menstrual tension (PMS)

  • Fibroids

Women’s Health Reflexology

NEPIP is an abbreviation for NeuroEndoPsychoImmunoPody. This is an advanced reflexology protocol, which only reflexologists trained to a level 5 mastership can be trained in and perform.


NEPIP is a specialised reflexology protocol based on the scientific principle PNI (Psychoneuroimmunology), which was described in the 1980’s. PNI studies how the brain communications with other systems of the body and how emotions can affect our health, for example how stress can have a detrimental affect on our health.


NEPIP It is particularly effective in helping people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) and other stress and anxiety. It uses advanced protocols which work on the principle of increasing the flow of communication between the mind, immune, endocrine and nervous systems, all of which are involved with and can also be adversely affected by stress.

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