Reflexology treatments

Reflexology treatments from Australia's Reflexology Specialist - Emma Gierschick

By: Australia's Reflexology Specialist - Emma Gierschick  18-Oct-2010
Keywords: Massage, Back Pain, Reflexology Massage


Reflexology is very beneficial for helping with Back, Neck, Shoulder, Hip or other Muscular/Skeletal problems, Digestive disorders, including Constipation or IBS, Hormonal, Reproductive or Fertility issues, Asthma, Bronchitis or other Cardiovascular / Respiratory conditions, Allergies, Fatigue or Skin disorders, Oedema, Stress reduction and for overall general health maintenance. * Health fund rebates may be applicable from relevant health funds

“The aim of a reflexology treatment is to assist the body to restore itself back to balance.

Reflexologists do not treat specific conditions, but will spend additional time on areas of concern.

You do not need to have a health condition to benefit from reflexology”

  The treatment commences with a relaxing aromatherapy footbath treatment, incorporating essential oils specifically beneficial to your needs.  A range of relaxation moves will be applied to release any tension that may be present before all areas of both feet and ankles are worked on thoroughly.
This will be followed by a series of original and advanced reflexology techniques, involving the thumb, fingers or knuckles. Areas of concern or congestion will receive extra attention, and you will find the treatment extremely relaxing. 
Your treatment will conclude with a hot towel cleanse. A verbal summary of any areas noted as congested, and suggestions of suitable homework for self administration in between treatments will be recorded on a personalised information sheet for you to take away. You are advised to drink plenty of water after your initial reflexology treatment to help flush away any toxins that may have been stirred.

Weekly treatments are advised for 4 -6 weeks after initial consultation, followed by fortnightly or monthly treatments as part of a preventative health maintenance program. In the case of fertility programs, it is advisable that both partners attend for treatments.

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