Specialising in Fertility, Pregnancy & Postnatal Therapies
Fertility problems affects 1 in 6 couples. Reproductive reflexology can be used as a stand-alone treatment to enhance your natural fertility or with conventional treatments, such as Clomid, with fully medicated cycles of IUI, IVF, ICSI as well as with donor eggs.
Studies have indicated that treatments performed during pregnancy can help reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, relieve muscle aches and joint pains, and help improve labour outcomes and newborn health.
75% of all illness is due to the effects which stress and tension have on the body! Holistic Treatments are one of the best methods to promote and restore balance within the body by easing tension and the effects of stress.
“My maternity reflexology treatment was amazing – it was absolutely wonderful right at the end of my pregnancy (I had four treatments booked in the last four weeks) and I actually ended up having a show a few hours after my third treatment. My little girl was born in just under 4 hours a few days later! So glad I booked it!!!”
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The holistic approach goes far beyond the Mind-Body connection of finding and maintaining wellness. It is an ongoing journey of discovery Catch up with regular posts and articles about health & nutrition as well as pregnancy & fertility information.
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