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Reflexology in Newcastle, Tyne & Wear & Northumberland

What is Reflexology?



Reflexology is the ancient method of promoting good health by working pressure points on the feet and hands that correspond to different organs, glands or structures of the body. Reflexologists believe that when the body is ill, injured or stressed, vital energy pathways are blocked preventing it from functioning optimally. Reflexology is thought to help unblock these pathways by ridding the body of toxins and improving circulation. As reflexology is holistic, addressing the whole body rather than individual symptoms, most people benefit. It is suitable for people of all ages, from tiny babies to the elderly. For each person the effects of the therapy are unique, however most find it supremely relaxing. If you are struggling with minor health problems, it may be that a calming and relaxing session of reflexology may help you. Additionally, many people value reflexology as a way of pampering themselves – an antidote to the strains of modern living.

What conditions can it help?

It can help with many conditions including:

• Stress and anxiety
• Back pain
• Joint or muscle aches
• Low energy levels
• Digestive issues
• Relaxation
• Insomnia
• Headaches and migraines
• Fertility issues
• Cold hands and feet
• Hormonal imbalances
• Chronic pain relief

What benefits can I expect?

As reflexology is holistic, addressing the whole body rather than individual symptoms, most people benefit. It is suitable for people of all ages, from tiny babies to the elderly. For each person the effects of the therapy are unique, however most find it deeply relaxing. If you are struggling with minor health problems, it may be that a calming and relaxing session of reflexology may help you. Additionally, many people value reflexology as a way of pampering themselves – an antidote to the strains of modern living.


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