What is Reflexology

Reflexology is a holistic therapy that treats the whole person, not just the symptoms that they may be experiencing.

Following illness, stress, injury or disease, the body is usually in a state of “imbalance”. Vital energy pathways are blocked, preventing the body from functioning effectively. Feet are a “minimap” of the body and by applying pressure to the reflexes, a reflexologist may support the body to heal itself.

The aim of reflexology is to encourage the body to work naturally to create a state of “Homeostasis” – a balancing of the body.

Who can have reflexology?

Reflexology in Salford, Manchester may help to treat a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. Reflexology is suitable for all ages including babies and children.

How do I know that my reflexologist is fully qualified?

Our therapist is registered and trained to a high standard. You should ensure that the reflexologist you choose is registered with the Association of Reflexologists The AOR is the most respected professional body for reflexology in the UK.

How can I benefit from reflexology?

Reflexology may be effective both on a personal level, such as relaxation of the day-to-day stresses and strains and may improve mood, aid sleep and promote a sense of wellbeing.

Many people, after completing a course of treatment for a specific condition, continue with regular treatments to maintain their general health and well-being.  An increasing number of people are using this safe, natural therapy as a way of relaxing, balancing and harmonising the body.

A little bit of history

Reflexology reaches as far back to Ancient Egypt, India & China, with the oldest historical evidence being found dating back to 2500BC.  Dr William Fitzgerald introduced the therapy to the West in 1913 as “Zone Therapy”. He noted that by applying pressure to the reflex areas on the feet and hands, this corresponded with other areas and organs of the body. Eunice Ingham developed this further to what we know as reflexology today and she became known as the “Mother of Reflexology”.

What is Reflexology

Reflexology is a holistic therapy that treats the whole person, not just the symptoms that they may be experiencing.

Following illness, stress, injury or disease, the body is usually in a state of “imbalance”. Vital energy pathways are blocked, preventing the body from functioning effectively. Feet are a “minimap” of the body and by applying pressure to the reflexes, a reflexologist may support the body to heal itself.

The aim of reflexology is to encourage the body to work naturally to create a state of “Homeostasis” – a balancing of the body.

Who can have reflexology?

Reflexology in Salford, Manchester may help to treat a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. Reflexology is suitable for all ages including babies and children.

How do I know that my reflexologist is fully qualified?

Our therapist is registered and trained to a high standard. You should ensure that the reflexologist you choose is registered with the Association of Reflexologists The AOR is the most respected professional body for reflexology in the UK.

How can I benefit from reflexology?

Reflexology may be effective both on a personal level, such as relaxation of the day-to-day stresses and strains and may improve mood, aid sleep and promote a sense of wellbeing.

Many people, after completing a course of treatment for a specific condition, continue with regular treatments to maintain their general health and well-being.  An increasing number of people are using this safe, natural therapy as a way of relaxing, balancing and harmonising the body.

A little bit of history

Reflexology reaches as far back to Ancient Egypt, India & China, with the oldest historical evidence being found dating back to 2500BC.  Dr William Fitzgerald introduced the therapy to the West in 1913 as “Zone Therapy”. He noted that by applying pressure to the reflex areas on the feet and hands, this corresponded with other areas and organs of the body. Eunice Ingham developed this further to what we know as reflexology today and she became known as the “Mother of Reflexology”.

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Lyndsey Louise

Lyndsey Louise

Reflexologist

Lyndsey Louise qualified in Clinical Reflexology with a Centralia Reflexology Mastership in 2016 from the Gaia School of Natural Health in the Wirral and has worked at hospices, schools and hospitals, which means she can safely work with the a wide age group including the elderly and children. 

She knows first hand what it’s like to be in a stressful situation or occupation, and has worked on her own self healing to be able to help others.  Lyndsey’s dedicated to helping individuals who are or have been suffering/recovering from illnesses, stress, pain and anxiety. 

Her Mastership training covered Balance, Lymphatic Drainage, Fertility and Maternity and now she holds Continuous Professional Development Certificates in Indian Head Massage, Spinal and Whiplash Reflextherapy, Pain in Cancer Survivors and Foot Reading. 

Lyndsey is passionate about this therapy, improving each person’s quality of life for the better.  She is also a member of The Association of Reflexologists and has ran a popular Reflexology Support Group in Pendlebury for 2 years. 

Lyndsey now attends regular regional meetings which update her with the latest tried and tested theories and techniques, which means she incorporates this positivity into all of her treatments.

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