Clinical Reflexology

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Clinical Reflexology

Some of the conditions we commonly treat with Clinical Reflexology include;

  • Digestive disorders
  • IBS
  • Fertility enhancement (both genders)
  • Hormonal Balancing
  • Pregnancy preparation for and ease of labour
  • Lymphoedema
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Migraines
  • Fibromyalgia / CFS / ME 
  • Water retention (oedema)
  • Circulation issues
  • Diabetes
  • Pain Management
  • Lymphatic drainage issues, cleansing of toxins and liver rebalancing
  • Overall good health

We have specialist training in all aspects of Fertility, Maternity and ease of Labour which also includes hormonal balancing.

We have also trained in RLD (Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage ) which is an award winning technique which is used both within the NHS and privately for easing Lymphoedema with breast cancer patients. RLD is also greatly beneficial for both primary and secondary Lymphoedema and is also greatly beneficial for any auto immune disorder such as Addison’s disease , Celiac disease , Arthritis, M.S, Lupus , Fibromyalgia, Diabetes (t1) to name but a few.

Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage Information

Clinical Reflexology can be incorporated into a preventative healthcare lifestyle, which is becoming more and more important in modern life, as we continue to realise the damage caused to health by our environment. I am passionate about Clinical Reflexology and see such amazing transformations with clients, it never ceases to be a source of delight and satisfaction!

There are many scientific studies which verify the effectiveness of Reflexology.
Reflexology releases tension, improves circulation and normalizes the body function, a compliment to conventional and traditional healthcare which is recognised by the NHS. Any pains in the body may be identified and worked through the feet.

Reflexology is recognised by the NHS and there has been much research and many medical trials have been done to demonstrate the efficacy of this wonderful therapy. If you want to have a look for yourself, we have made some links below under the headings of various conditions:


For more information about how Reflexology can help you , please feel free to contact us for a confidential chat.
Scientific research and papers:

  • GENERAL REFLEXOLOGY RESEARCH – (for a wide range of disorders)

Reflexology Research – The most complete collection of Reflexology Research Studies from around the world


Daily mail – Is reflexology the new cure for infertility?
BBC – Can reflexology help overcome infertility?


Tri-Service General Hospital, Taipei – Randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of using foot reflexology to improve quality of sleep


University of Wales Institute Cardiff – Using reflexology to manage stress in the workplace: a preliminary study.
To be corrected!


University of Hull – A randomised, controlled trial of the psychological effects of reflexology in early breast cancer.
East Carolina University – Partner-delivered reflexology: effects on cancer pain and anxiety
East Carolina University – The effects of foot reflexology on anxiety and pain in patients with breast and lung cancer.
National Sanyo Hospital, Yamaguchi, Japan – Combined modality treatment of aromatherapy, footsoak, and reflexology relieves fatigue in patients with cancer.




University of Ulster – Complementary therapies in the management of low back pain: a survey of reflexologists.



Pusan National University – Effects of foot reflexology on essential hypertension patients.



Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia – The clinical efficacy of reflexology in nursing home residents with dementia



University of Leeds – Complementary therapy use by persons with multiple sclerosis: benefits and research priorities.



University of Brighton – The effects of reflexology on foot pain and quality of life in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis: A case report



St George’s Hospital, Tooting – A randomised-controlled trail examining the effects of reflexology of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).


For more information about which health issues benefit from this particular therapy, please feel free to contact the Clinic for a confidential chat.

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General Treatment Aftercare Advice For All Treatments.

  • Drink plenty of water as this will help hydrate the body, flush out toxins and improve energy levels.
    Try to relax and reduce any stressful activities.
  •  Avoid coffee and alcohol as these are stimulants and may reduce the effectiveness of the treatment.
    Eat light wholesome foods.
  • Follow recommendations given during your session or for further treatment as discussed.

You will feel very relaxed after a treatment, however sometimes either during or after a treatment you may feel exceptionally tired and emotional,  headache or general aches and pains, disturbed sleep or deeper sleep and need to urinate more frequently.
Although you may not experience any of these reactions you should be aware that they might occur. These reactions are normal and are called a “healing crisis” where the body is reacting to the flushing away of your toxins and re-balancing itself.
Don’t be alarmed if you feel different after your treatment , these symptoms won’t last long. However if you faint, vomit or have diarrhoea please seek medical advice.