Frequently asked questions

How many treatments will I need?

Everyone is different and the response to reflexology can be immediate or sometimes take longer than one appointment but often benefits can be seen after about 3-4 sessions. We can discuss this in more detail when I create your treatment plan.

What are your fees and availability?

Initial consultation and treatment is approx. 80 mins and £50. This includes a medical questionnaire and a full lifestyle check. Follow-up treatments are 60 minutes and £45.

I accept payment either by cash or bank transfer - sorry no cheques.

My hours are 10am-6pm Monday-Thursday and I offer a late night on Wednesdays up to 8pm. I am closed Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

What happens in a treatment? Do I need to undress?

Reflexology is performed entirely on the feet, ankles and lower legs so the most you’ll have to do is take off your footwear. During the treatment you'll relax on a reclining chair, snuggle under a blanket and listen to some lovely calming music whilst your feet are massaged with aromatic oils and lotions.

How does reflexology feel? Does it hurt?

You might find some areas feel sensitive to the touch but reflexology does not involve hard pressure in the way something like a sports massage might. As a therapist I will be aware of the status of your feet, noticing how they feel, the temperature and colour. All these things play a part in helping me understand which areas of your body - as reflected through your feet - require a bit more care and attention.

I'm very ticklish – can I still have reflexology?

Many clients who come to me with ticklish feet or who are worried about having their feet touched are pleasantly surprised to discover that reflexology doesn't tickle at all. They find they can fully relax and enjoy the benefits of reflexology.

How often should I have reflexology?

After an initial course of treatment many clients choose to have a monthly treatment as a top-up, to help maintain their well-being, or as a scheduled 'de-stress'. Other clients will get back in touch if they start feeling aches and pains, arranging treatments as and when they need them.

©Julie Lloyd

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