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Reflexology and Other Therapies

Reflexology


Reflexology has many beneficial and lasting effects. Some treatments are gentle in nature, aiming to restore systems for better function while others are more specific, addressing the client’s particular conditions. It is a healing process that can be safely used when it is not convenient to treat other body parts. As a non-intrusive technique, it heals indirectly. Reflexology can be a relaxing therapy that works on many levels, soothing, calming, balancing and boosting the entire body.
The client’s case history leads to the treatment protocol so that the technique is tailored to the needs of the client.

A Reflexologist can facilitate relief for…

Pre-menstrual syndrome and other menstrual irregularities (polycystic ovaries, endremetriosise)
Sinus pain
Menopausal symptoms
Migraines
Constipation
Diarrhoea
Sciatica
Asthma
Back pain
Neck pain
Shoulder pain
General benefits of Reflexology include…
Reduced stress and tension
Improved circulation
Reduced toxicity
Improved immunity
Increased body awareness
Reiki


Reiki (pronounced Ray-key) is a Japanese word meaning Universal Life Energy, an energy which is all around us.

The method of receiving a Reiki treatment from a practitioner is a very simple process. The recipient simply lies on a couch and relaxes. If they are unable to lie down the treatment can be given in a sitting position, the main thing is for the recipient to be as comfortable as possible. There is no need to remove any clothing as Reiki will pass through anything, even plaster casts. The practitioner gently places their hands non-intrusively in a sequence of positions which cover the whole body. The whole person is treated rather than specific symptoms. Reiki flows to the areas of need, soothing pain and supporting the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Reiki restores balance in one’s life


Sonic Therapy

Novasonic Therapy.

Novasonic Therapy is a lightweight, precision engineered scientific instrument in use by physiotherapists and medical professionals to relieve pain from a wide range of ailments, conditions and injuries. Novasonic is ideal for soothing the aches associated with age, and the pains of sporting injuries.

Novasonic produces sound waves, in the Intrasonic Wave range, specifically designed to penetrate up to 60mm (2¼ inches) into your body, increasing the blood supply to the area being treated, stimulating body tissue and so causing your natural healing processes to begin.

Novasonic Therapy does not always give “instant” results, although, even after only a few minutes of use, Novasonic can give hours of pain relief . With many ailments Novasonic should be used regularly over a period of time for the best results.

Novasonic Therapy can be used to treat Arthritis, Rheumatism, Migraine, Sinusitis, Bronchitis, Frozen Shoulder, Backache, Sciatica, Lumbago, Contusion, Sports Injuries, Joint Injuries, Muscular Cramp, Sprains, Slipped Disc, Foot Pain, Tennis Elbow, Painful Jaw Joint, Neuralgia, Fibrositis, Poor Circulation, Stroke Rehabilitation


Thermo Auricular Therapy

Thermo-Auricular Therapy is the professional use of Hopi Ear Candles, used to aid relaxation, relief of Human Ear, Nose & Throat conditions and associated problems.

Very simply, it is the use of Hopi Ear Candles to relieve ear, sinus, nose, throat and head problems as well as stimulate the lymph system and the metabolism of the body.

Although there is evidence that many ancient civilisations used ear candle treatments it was mainly through the Hopi Indians of North Arizona that this treatment became more widely known. Hopi means “peaceful people” and for many centuries the Hopi lived in harmony with nature and Mother Earth. The candles were traditionally used by Shaman healers and by the Indians in healing rituals and ceremonies, to cleanse and harmonise energy fields and to drive out negative energies as well as a physical clearance therapy for problems relating to the ear, nose and throat.

What does it treat? Thermo-auricular therapy should be considered for…

Irritations in the ears (otitis)

Catarrh and sinusitis

Glue ear (although not if grommets are in place)

Colds, flu and sore throats

Rhinitis/hay fever

Noises in ear – tinnitus

Excessive excitement and stress

Relief of pressure before flying or diving.

NB Hopi ear candles will not be used if there is a perforated ear drum or infection in the ear.


Page last modified: November 18, 2016