Welcome to Bayside Reflexology
Reflexology including Functional Reflex Therapy for Children and Parents.
Sarah Bird: Herne Bay, Kent.
STRESSED AND FED UP?
Reflexology can help us to cope on a physical, mental and emotional level, encouraging us to heal and maintain health in all areas of our lives. It can easily fit into a busy lifestyle and can be part of an individual's coping strategy, resulting in multi-system relaxation and increased well-being. Stress is also thought to be responsible for many illnesses and problems, therefore relieving stress may prevent problems in the future.
Some of the many benefits from Reflexology:
Well-being, Stress relief, Release of tension, Mood Improvement, Perception of health, Sleep and relaxation.
What is reflexology?
The art of reflexology is an ancient therapy that has been practiced for over 500 years and was introduced to the western world over 100 years ago. Reflexology is a non-intrusive complementary therapy which is based on the theory that different points on the feet, face, lower leg and hands correspond with different areas of the body. Reflexologists believe that working these points aids relaxation and helps improve well-being. Reflexologists work holistically with their clients and aim to work alongside medical healthcare to promote better health for their clients. With ever increasing levels of stress in everyday life, it is important for us to recognise the detrimental effect that this can have and to take action to address our own healthcare needs, as such, reflexology could be one of the ways you might employ to ease the stresses of modern life. Improved well-being is much more than simply the absence of illness, it also includes an improved frame of mind, better relationships with those around you and increased happiness.
"Had a lovely facial massage which was deeply relaxing. Worth trying if you haven't had one before. Also my 9 year old daughter had a reflexology session and I have never seen her sit so still and look so contented. She was very relaxed afterwards and remained that way all day. " S. Greenhill-Jeffery