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F&QS

DO YOU HELP TREAT TERMINAL OR CHRONIC ILLNESS?

Reflexology can be an amazing complementary therapy for terminal or chronic illness. It can help to relax the body and mind as well as support the immune system and the organs in the body.
Reflexology does not claim to diagnose or cure, however it can be offered as a support therapy in acute and chronic illness alongside medical treatments.

HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR MY FIRST TREATMENT?

- Drink plenty of water the day before and day of treatment.
- Wear loose-fitting clothing (if possible) to be as comfortable as possible.
- Inform me of any allergies before so I ensure the products I bring are suitable. 
- If you are having foot reflexology I always suggest a clean pair of socks for after the treatment as it just feels nice.

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT FROM MY FIRST SESSION?

Your first treatment will include a short but thorough health, diet and lifestyle consultation, explaining any recent or long-standing illnesses, what medication you may be taking and your reason for having reflexology.  
I will also conduct a foot, hand or facial reading which will help to identify which reflexes I may need to concentrate on and to ensure there are no contra-indications. 
All main body systems are covered within the first treatment in order to detect any imbalances which will then help me to create a treatment plan specific to your individual needs. 
Most people fall asleep within the treatment or feel tired after so I always suggest to have some time to yourself to just chill after the treatment, if possible.

DO I RECEIVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THE TREATMENT AFTERWARDS?

After every treatment I will send you an email, within 24 hours, indicating any areas where I have found an imbalance and with home care advice specifically catered to you. This will include dietary suggestions, breathing exercises and general health/wellbeing advice that can help with the specific imbalances I have found. Also, with any conditions you have told me about during the session or from your medical history. 

 

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