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Experience the calming and relaxing effects of a reflexology treatment, a gentle application of thumb and finger pressure to the reflex points in the feet.

February 2021

Treatment room

My therapy room

It is snowing outside as I am writing. Proper big fluffy flakes of snow which are settling. The snowdrops are appearing everywhere and even a few early daffodils! Spring is just around the corner. We are still in lockdown though, with little idea of when we will be able to open our doors again. However, hopefully, when we are able to offer reflexology treatments again we won't be interrupted with any further lockdowns.

I have been busy over the last year with some amazing reflexology courses.

Structural Reflexology® combines foot function and reflexology and addresses the causes of foot pain. The first session involves accurate measuring of both feet and an ink press which indicates areas of tension. There are more details on the Structural Reflexology® page. It is quite surprising how many people are wearing shoes that do not fit their feet very well and are therefore causing them problems.

Reflexology Lymph Drainage is the other training that I have been able to do online, squeezing in my case study clients just before Christmas and the closure of close contact therapies. There will be a dedicated web page with information on RLD very soon.

There is a new video for you to view which shows you how to practise some hand reflexology on yourself. This is a lovely treat to help during the months that you haven't been able to have a reflexology treatment. I hope you will find this useful.

I very much look forward to welcoming new and returning clients before too long. I will update my website with important details and announce my re‑opening as soon as possible.

Meantime, take good care of yourselves.

Best wishes,

Ros

Rosalind Walmsley MAR

Reflexology is a complementary therapy and no claims are made for diagnosis or cure.
It is not a substitute for medical treatment and advice.

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