Wednesday, 4 September 2013

World Reflexology Week Special Discount Offer

Monday 23rd - Sunday 28th Sept. 

To celebrate World Reflexology Week, and perhaps persuade some of you who are curious about Reflexology into giving it a try I am offering:

3 people a treatment at 20% off 
 - and when they have been claimed -
3 people a treatment at 10% off 
To be booked into World Reflexology Week only.

For new Reflexology clients, that means an hour and a 1/4 session, usual price £34, at £27.20 if you book one of the 20% off sessions, or at £30.60 if you get one of the 10% off sessions.

Book now to avoid disappointment. 07888 692803 or
Quote 'World Reflexology Week' to claim.

Reflexology is a complementary therapy based on the principle that the feet can be seen as a 'map' of the body. Areas on the feet are seen as connected to corresponding areas of the body. For example, the toes correspond to the head, the heel of the foot to the chest, the sole of the foot to the abdomen, and the heel to the pelvic area. Within these larger areas, are specific smaller areas and points for particular organs and structures of the the body - these are called reflexes e.g. there are reflexes for the eyes, ears, teeth, sinuses, brain, heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, stomach, colon, ovaries/testes, adrenal gland, shoulders, spine.

Reflexology aims to release blocked energies, and stimulate and restore energy flow throughout the body, activating your bodies own natural healing mechanisms and bringing the systems and organs of the body to balance. This may bring relief from a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.  Reflexology gently stimulates and balances the circulatory and immune systems and aids with de-toxification, all of which can improve physical health and resilience. Furthermore, stress is a major cause of mental and physical ill-health and so the general relaxation and stress relieving properties of Reflexology is also a major help to your health and wellbeing.

Many of my regular Reflexology clients were massage clients who tried it out of curiosity and then found it so relaxing and fascinating, it was hard to choose which to have, Massage or Reflexology, so they now alternate between the two.

Whether or not you have medical issues - many of us give our feet a hammering on a daily basis, and end up with sore, tired, achey feet. So why not try putting your feet up for a treatment which releases tension and provides stress relief, relaxation, and a sense of wellbeing throughout the whole body?

1 comment:

  1. This is booking up fast so get it touch if you want a discounted session!