ReflexologyCreating balance & harmony throughout your body
Promoting Health & Wellbeing
Reflexology is based on the science that we have reflex points on the feet (and hands) which correspond to all of the organs and systems of the body.
By putting pressure on these points the Reflexologist enables the body to send fresh blood supply to those parts of the body, creating homeostasis, or balance throughout the body.
Each treatment is individual to each person depending on their initial consultation, which highlights the reflex points to be worked on. Subsequent treatments are based on how each person has been between treatments.
The price of each Reflexology treatment is £40.
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Did you know?
Your foot has 26 bones in it. One quarter of the bones in your body are in your feet.
There are 20 muscles in each foot.
The soles of the feet have more than 7000 nerve endings in them.
Look after your feet and your feet will look after you!
The Benefits of Reflexology
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Reflexology treatments can help to relieve stress and tension
Improved Blood Supply
Reflexology improves blood supply to specific parts of the body, thereby promoting health and healing
It Creates Harmony
Reflexology creates homeostasis, or balance, throughout the body and the mind
Deborah is very personable, professional and holistic in her approach to Reflexology.
Since I started to have Reflexology treatments, several existing conditions have been much improved.
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Reflexology & The Body
Reflexology has its roots in Eqyptian times and was further developed by Eunice Ingham, a physiotherapist in the 1930’s.
It’s a perfect partner to Yoga as the two work closely together. Reflexology improves the blood supply to specific parts of the body, creating balance and harmony throughout to improve and promote health and wellbeing.
Why Book With Us?
Renaissance Health and Healing was established in 2010 by experienced yoga teacher and Reflexologist Deborah Hopkinson, but Renaissance began long before then in 1996 when Deborah first qualified with the British Wheel of Yoga.