Revive Reflexology provides mobile and clinic-based reflexology services throughout Essex.

​Recent studies show that over 75% of all illness is directly related to stress. It is becoming increasingly important that we are able to reduce the negative effects of this stress throughout our daily lives.

Reflexology can be used to relieve a variety of symptoms, both physical and mental and including stress and anxiety. By restoring your body's natural homeostasis, it will become more effective in self-healing and leave you feeling relaxed, re-invigorated, refreshed and recovered.

Other conditions known to be aided by reflexology include infertility, stress headaches, back pain, irritable bowel syndrome, breathing disorders and hormone imbalances, amongst others.

REFLEXOLOGY

Reflexology is steeped in history, with the Chinese known to have used an early form of the treatment more than 5,000 years ago.

Modern reflexology is a holistic healing technique based on the principle of free and uninterrupted energy flow throughout the body as a whole. By practicing reflexology on specific reflex points on the feet, the body is able to activate it's natural healing processes, as well as to restoring physical and emotional well-being.

Reflexology is not a medical or diagnostic treatment, although the therapist may become aware of imbalances in the body and adapt the treatment to help restore and rebalance those areas. Reflexologists will refer to GP's advice and guidance where necessary.

Georgie is fully insured, qualified and is a member of the Association of Reflexologists and the Federation of Holistic Therapists.

For more information or to book a treatment, please call Georgie Thorogood on 07958 328428 or email revive.reflexology@outlook.com

http://www.revive-reflexology.com





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