When did you last feel calm, fresh faced and glowing ?
Facial reflexology offers not only the wellness benefits of traditional foot reflexology but also a visible softer, smoother appearance to the facial muscles and an improvement in skin tone. It is becoming increasingly popular and many women are using this as a preferred treatment to Botox and fillers. There have been several press releases in recent months endorsing this holistic approach to beauty and wellbeing. Using special reflexology techniques with a healing intent the quality of touch is very important. Trained by Ziggy Bergman, facial reflexologist to many celebrities, I’m able to offer a unique, non invasive, facial treatment. A simplified use of these techniques can be incorporated into your everyday routine.
For full details of the benefits please see my Facial Reflexology page.
Facial reflexology treatments last for an hour and are priced at £40. Please feel free to contact me, as I’m able to offer taster treatments at a reduced price for all bookings made by 31st March 2017.
This year’s World Reflexology Week is fast approaching, 19th-25th September, and the focus is working with children – babies to teens. To support this I am offering taster sessions to any child under 16 for the month of September.
Sessions of 20 minutes will be charged at £15. Please contact me for further details.
Facial reflexology is extremely relaxing and beneficial for children and teenagers suffering from anxiety related issues.
With exam season on the horizon I’m sharing with you a video which was created by my Facial Reflexology tutor Ziggy Bergman. It is just a taster of facial reflexology but nevertheless effective. It is simple and easy to follow.
February is National Heart Awareness month. Heart disease is just one heart condition but it is statistically the UK’s biggest killer and is responsible for the deaths of about 1 in 6 men and 1 in 10 women.
Eating a healthy and balanced diet, taking regular exercise and choosing positive lifestyle steps to reduce risk factors, such as high blood pressure are just a few important factors. However, heart disease is complex. Whilst stress is not a direct risk factor it is possible that overtime the effects of continuing stress can impact on our blood pressure and heart, increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Learning to manage stress by employing relaxation techniques is becoming increasingly recognised as an effective way of promoting better overall health and wellbeing. Reflexology is just one such technique. Scientific studies show that the relaxation effects of this therapy may be beneficial to heart health by reducing both blood pressure and the hormone cortisol which is produced by the body at times of stress. Elevated cortisol levels are linked to arterial constriction and therefore controlling this stress hormone is key to reducing the risk of heart disease.
I am delighted to announce my new venue for reflexology appointments at Higher Health and Healing a Natural Therapy Practice, situated in the beautiful grounds of Cornbury Park Estate, near Charlbury in Oxfordshire. This is a truly unique Practice offering a broad selection of therapies. We look forward to welcoming you.
I will still be practicing from my Long Marston treatment room.