Reflexology stems from an ancient form of therapy believed to have been practised in China some 5,000 years ago. It’s a gentle and effective healing technique applied to the feet & occasionally head and hands to induce a state of balance in both body & mind.
Reflexology is a powerful but gently applied complementary therapy aimed at restoring health, energy and balance to your whole body and mind, returning it to an efficient state of ‘homeostasis’ (balance). It is deeply relaxing and re-energising and follows the premise that the body, mind and soul are inextricably linked and work as one system. Reflexology theory describes points on the feet, lower legs, hands, face and ears which correspond with different areas of the body. By applying gentle pressure, massaging and manipulating these reflex points we promote healing in the connected area by releasing any blockages and restoring the free and healthy flow of energy, blood, nervous and lymph circulation to the whole body.
75 minutes / £79 (Initial Consultation)
60 minutes / £67
45 minutes / £49
30 minutes / £35
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Isabel Tuppen BSc Hons, ITEC, AOR
Isabel Tuppen, is passionate about caring for people – helping clients to heal their bodies and minds through Reflexology. From the very old to the very young, she loves all feet!
Isabel’s journey into human form and function started in 2001 at University College London, where she graduated with a BSc Hons in Human Science. Her specialisms included anatomy, physiology, psychology and the history of medicine. She trained in reflexology at the Wilbury School of Massage and Reflexology in 2015 and is certified by ITEC, and registered and regulated by the Association of Reflexologists (AOR). She is also currently studying Shiatsu at the European School of Shaitsu, where she recently qualified as a Holistic Acupressure Therapist. Areas of special interest include treating anxiety, low mood, menopause and other female hormonal complaints, digestive issues, plantar conditions and the treatment of young people, babies and the elderly.