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For some conceiving can happen relatively quickly and naturally, however for many this is not the case. The number of couples experiencing difficulties conceiving is on the rise and many are offered fertility treatment such as IVF/ICSI with very little understanding of why they are experiencing difficulties to allow them the opportunity to conceive naturally.

ReproflexologyTM (Reproductive Reflexology) is the study and treatment of male and female reproductive conditions and fertility issues using reflexology. I have trained in ReproflexologyTM and I am a member of the Association of Reproductive Reflexologist. I offer an integrative approach to reproductive health, fertility and conception. ReproflexologyTM is very much at the heart of the treatments I offer, taking an integrative health approach creating prescriptive bespoke packages designed to meet the individual needs of the client. I offer the opportunity to nurture and support the physical, emotional and mental aspects when trying to conceive.

The article "What is ReproflexologyTM?" was written by Barbara Scott, the Chair of Association of Reproductive Reflexologist, Founder of Seren Natural Fertility and author of Reflexology for Fertility. Follow the link to read this article and find out more about fertility, this wonderful treatment and how others have benefitted from it .

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Updated: Nov 13, 2021

From the Association of Reflexologists (AOR)

Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary health therapy that can be effective in promoting deep relaxation and wellbeing; by reducing stress in people’s lives can be key in optimising good health and building resilience.

What’s the main theory behind reflexology?

The theory of reflexology is that all the systems and organs of the whole body are mirrored or reflected in smaller peripheral areas, for example the feet, hands, ears and face. These can be seen in relation to the feet by following the link to the interactive reflexology maps below.

Whilst the art of reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China, this therapy was not introduced to the West until Dr William Fitzgerald developed ‘Zone therapy’ in the early 1900s. He believed that reflex areas on the feet and hands were linked to other areas and organs of the body within the same zone.

Is reflexology suitable for me?

Reflexology is a therapy which can be received by anyone at any age, from newborn babies to those receiving end of life care, and everyone in between. However, there may occasionally be times when it is not suitable to provide a treatment. The best advice we can give you is to give your local reflexologist a ring and ask! Please note: reflexology should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.

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Updated: Jun 1, 2022

The importance of finding the right therapist who are suitably qualified and experienced.

Whatever therapy you are receiving, whether that be counselling or another holistic therapy, it is extremely important that you use a therapist who is suitably qualified and experienced in the field. Recently the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) have contributed to a BBC documentary to discuss these issues.

"We've contributed to a BBC documentary which has highlighted some of the most important public protection issues within our profession."

The programme, BBC iPlayer - I Can Cure You: Online Mental Health Cures is available to watch now.

Trained Professional Therapist

I have trained incredibly hard, and am extremely proud of the qualifications I have attained, and for the memberships to the awarding bodies for which I represent: -

British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy - BACP

Association of Reflexologists - AOR

Association of Reproductive Reflexologists - ARR

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