Reflexology Lowestoft

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Reflexology Lowestoft Suffolk (NR32): When you realise that your current health problems can no longer be remedied by just swallowing a pill there is no need to panic. Maybe a more suitable substitute could be to check out reflexology or another of the so called alternative treatments that are currently available. A complimentary therapy which is being employed successfully in Suffolk and all over the United Kingdom, reflexology is helping thousands of sufferers alleviate their health issues.

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Reflexology therapies should not be considered as a replacement for conventional medical care, in spite of the fact that it is usually very beneficial for many different health problems. It should be employed along with regular Health Service treatment methods like a kind of double fisted remedy for your complaint. Identifying a professional reflexologist should be your initial step, so that you can chat about your health problems and find out if they've got a treatment.

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What is Reflexology?

Reflexology was practiced many years ago in India, Egypt, Japan and China. Achieving pain relief by applying pressure to particular regions of the body (particularly the hands and feet), is a concept of reflexology that has been followed through the ages by several civilizations and peoples. During the early 1900's the present day incarnation of reflexology was conceived, largely thanks to the work of Dr William Fitzgerald. His theories were expanded on in the 1930's by nurse and physiotherapist Eunice Ingham.

A non-intrusive complementary and alternative treatment that aims to accomplish wellness, balance and so help in the healing process by the harmonizing of the energy pathways in the body, reflexology has grown to be extremely popular over the last few years. Though it's true that reflexologists work largely upon the feet and hands, there are other areas of the human body which can be manipulated to achieve relief from pain and other health benefits, these zones include the face, lower leg, hands and ears, which can all be used in reflexology treatments. Pressure will be put on these zones of the body in a reflexology session to readjust the body's energy pathways and so achieve the desired outcome.

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Some of the most commonplace causes for trying out the expertise of a reflexologist include such issues as: pain in the joints, sleep disorders like insomnia, headaches/migraines, sinusitis, irritable bowel syndrome, antenatal issues, chronic back pain, panic attacks, menstrual pain and bladder complaints. But it is best to talk with your local reflexologist to discover exactly what they're able to do for you, given that this is in no way a comprehensive list.

By answering questions on your heath, diet and lifestyle and providing your full patient record, a course of treatments can be compiled by the reflexologist. These details will help them in fashioning a treatment plan that's tailored for you. The treatment procedure should be properly explained to the client to make them aware of precisely how reflexology will help their health problems and also to answer any queries that the patient may have.

Diagnosing conditions and giving medical advice is not included in the service that will be offered by your reflexologist, because, aside from professional integrity, they would not normally have adequate medical training to do this. Ahead of getting treatment by a reflexologist or in fact any alternative practitioner, you should always seek seek medical advice from your G.P. If your doctor thinks reflexology might help, then this should be used alongside conventional treatments. As you progress with the reflexology healing, keep your doctor well informed about the effects.

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All practicing reflexologists must have proper insurance and have membership of a professional body, for example the British Reflexology Association (BRA) or the Association of Reflexologists (AOR). The minimum qualification required to practice as a reflexologist professionally is a Diploma (Level 3) in Reflexology and Complementary Therapies, past practical experience in things like beauty therapy, counselling, healthcare and massage would certainly be an added bonus. They are not allowed to offer reflexology treatments in Britain if they do not hold this required qualification.

Reflexology treatments are offered in Lowestoft and also in nearby places like: Hopton, Lound, Kirkley, Blundeston, Oulton Broad, Somerleyton, Lowestoft End, Camps Heath, Corton, Mutford, Felixstowe, St Olaves, Carlton Colville, Pakefield, Kessingland, Gisleham, Normanston, and in these postcodes NR32 1UB, NR32 1TJ, NR32 1TG, NR32 1PB, NR32 1QP, NR32 1PN, NR32 1PQ, NR32 1BY, NR32 1PG, NR32 1SL. Local Lowestoft reflexologists will most likely have the postcode NR32 and the telephone code 01502. Checking this out can confirm that you are accessing locally based providers of reflexology. Lowestoft residents will be able to benefit from these and lots of other related services.

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Hand Reflexology

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Even though it isn't quite as widely used as foot reflexology in the British Isles, hand reflexology can be as effective. Since each gland and organ connects to reflex points in the hands, manipulating such reflex points should have the result of improving blood circulation not to mention rebalancing and relaxing your whole body. A hand treatment is often highly beneficial even though these reflex points are far deeper and the hands aren't so sensitive as the feet. Reflexologists may employ hand reflexology procedures either separately or combined with foot or other reflexology techniques.

The Ailments That Reflexology Can be Used to Treat

  • Muscle pain
  • Back pain
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Migraines
  • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
  • Irregular blood pressure
  • Sports injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Sinus disorders
  • Digestive disorders
  • Chemotherapy and cancer induced nausea
  • Anxiety and stress

Facial Reflexology Lowestoft

Facial Reflexology Lowestoft (01502)

Facial reflexology is a relatively modern incarnation of the procedure which in some form or other has been shown to have been used as far back as ancient Egyptian times. When pressure is applied to specific points on the face of the patient, the circulation of blood is stimulated around the body.

Facial reflexology treatment employs light, calming and smooth massage strokes that reach up towards the ears and hairline. The facial massage can also target the visual impact of the treatment, with some clients in Lowestoft treating it as a massage based facelift.

Facial reflexology has been endorsed through research to be an effective therapy for people affected by insomnia and sleeping disorders. Improvements in sleep patterns are closely associated with the increased head and scalp blood circulation, easing of tension and reduction in stress, achieved with facial reflexology.

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Individuals who've been important in the evolution of modern day reflexology practices include: Dr William Fitzgerald M.D (1872 - 1942), Doreen Bayly, Doctor Edwin F. Bowers, Eunice Ingham (1889 - 1974) and Dwight Byers.

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Treatments

Your local Lowestoft reflexologist should be able to provide a range of treatments and procedures to help with a whole host of health conditions. A good one will be able to help you with nose reflexology Lowestoft, reflexology for children in Lowestoft, reflexology for sciatica, nausea reflexology Lowestoft, reflexology for endometriosis Lowestoft, traditional foot reflexology, reflexology for menstrual cramps, whole body reflexology Lowestoft, reflexology for lymph drainage, reflexology for heartburn, reflexology for neck pain, reflexology for joint pain, reflexology for vertigo, reflexology for arthritis Lowestoft, reflexology for depression, reflexology for asthma in Lowestoft, reflexology for women, toddler reflexology Lowestoft, reflexology for fatigue, reflexology for relaxation, baby reflexology, reflexology for conception Lowestoft, reflexology for headaches Lowestoft, reflexology for constipation, reflexology for weight loss, reflexology for ibs, reflexology for gout, fertility reflexology, foot reflexology to induce labour in Lowestoft, reflexology for babies Lowestoft, reflexology for indigestion, pregnancy reflexology to induce labour, hand reflexology Lowestoft, reflexology for snoring in Lowestoft, liver reflexology Lowestoft, and numerous other reflexology related therapies. These are just a few of the tasks that are handled by those specialising in reflexology. Lowestoft therapists will keep you informed about their full range of services.

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Reflexology Courses Lowestoft

For any individual in Lowestoft hoping to learn reflexology there are some courses available through the School of Natural Health Sciences. Courses on offer include diploma courses, self-study courses and tutored courses. There are occasionally evening courses for reflexology available at local colleges and schools, so if you're interested, have a good check around to see what you can find in the Lowestoft area. (Tags: Reflexology Courses Lowestoft, Learn Reflexology in Lowestoft, Reflexology Classes Lowestoft).

Near Lowestoft

Also find: Hopton reflexology, Blundeston reflexology, Kirkley reflexology, Mutford reflexology, Camps Heath reflexology, Lound reflexology, Carlton Colville reflexology, Oulton Broad reflexology, Normanston reflexology, St Olaves reflexology, Gisleham reflexology, Corton reflexology, Kessingland reflexology, Felixstowe reflexology, Pakefield reflexology, Lowestoft End reflexology, Somerleyton reflexologist services and more. All these areas are served by those who do reflexology. Lowestoft residents can get quotes by clicking here.

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Around Lowestoft

People living in the following Lowestoft locations recently asked about reflexology sessions: The Glades, Burnt Hill Way, Shelton Road, St Georges Road, Summer Road, Salisbury Road, Berkeley Gardens, Southfield Gardens, Cleveland Road, Blundeston Road, Benouville, Burton Street, Bevan Street West, Suckling Court, Bunker Close, Sycamore Avenue, The Close, Beresford Road, Short Street, Annison Close, Claydon Drive, Siskin Green, The Drive, Adrian Court, Ashfield Crescent, Bishops Walk, St Margarets Plain, Seavert Close, as well as folks with the following postcodes: NR32 1UB, NR32 1TJ, NR32 1TG, NR32 1PB, NR32 1QP, NR32 1PN, NR32 1PQ, NR32 1BY, NR32 1PG, NR32 1SL. People in these locations recently needed reflexology. Lowestoft residents benefited from trusted and dependable reflexology services on each occasion.

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In Conclusion

Our objective when creating this page was to address a few of the popular questions that prospective reflexology patients ask when looking to receive treatment, such as "where might I find a reflexologist near Lowestoft?", "what can be cured by reflexology?", "what experience does a reflexologist need to have?" and "what is reflexology?". We hope we've addressed these queries adequately and many more besides, and additionally given you a comprehension of exactly what reflexology is and how it could maybe help your bothersome medical condition (if you have one!).

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(This reflexology Lowestoft article was checked and updated on 18-07-2022)