The word Menopause creates a feeling of dread in many women, mainly because of the negative perception it is given by society. The many symptoms that come in the perimenopause (the years leading up to when periods stop) can leave a women feeling that her better years are behind her.
Holistic Therapies is a complementary therapy term, meaning therapies that treat the whole person and not just the symptoms. Reflexology and Nutritional Healing, both look at the body from this viewpoint.
In our busy lives and ever increasing stress levels, people are looking to complementary therapies to help them relax; reflexology is one such therapy. Reflexology uses an holistic approach to health, to help reduce stress and bring about a sense of wellbeing.
As a Reflexologist I am often asked, what is Reflexology?
It was once an unknown therapy, however, in recent years Reflexology has become very popular, even being used as part of a complementary therapy package in palliative care. It aims to work with the body to keep it in balance and to help activate the body’s natural abilities to heal itself.
Reflexologists work holistically with their clients and aim to work alongside standard healthcare to promote better health for their clients.