I am a Clinical Reflexologist and I also offer Aroma Reflexology in Burgess Hill, within a few minutes of Hassocks and Haywards Heath
Looking for a reflexologist in West Sussex?
I offer Clinical and Aroma Reflexology in a calm, tranquil space in Burgess Hill, within easy distance of mainline rail and road networks. We are between Hassocks and Haywards Heath main line stations and Wivelsfield is our closest station within a few minutes walk. There is ample parking and the room is based on the ground floor for easy access.
If you have not tried reflexology before but are interested in what this relaxing, holistic therapy can do for you, why not send me a message or give me a call? If you already love reflexology and want to discuss any specific issues, such as IBS, chronic fatigue, stress, sinusitis or any other health issues I would love to hear from you.
My qualification and practical training included specific techniques used to assist with sub-fertility - is this something you are looking for help with? Give me a call for more information and further details.
To enhance your treatment, I can mix you up an individual blend of essential oils (in a cream or gel) and you get to take it home!
I trained at the Three Shires School of Reflexology as I wanted the best qualification available. If you would like to know more about my training please click the logo. Since qualifying I have moved back to Burgess Hill in West Sussex. I have undertaken further CPD training and I have booked on an exciting course in October - Adapted Reflextherapy (AdRx) with the Gaia School of Natural Health. Here is an extract from their website; "Clinical observations and individuals' testimonies suggest that AdRx provides a breakthrough from pain for a significant number of people. Based on recent neurological research some deductions have been proposed as to how AdRx may work within the body. The exact mechanisms are not clearly understood to date and are subject to further enquiry. Reflextherapy is a recognised treatment modality by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists in the UK. AdRx builds upon this, with a particular focus on spinal injury."