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The Complementary Practice

Reflexology is a specific pressure technique applied to the feet or hands where all the internal organs and body structures are mapped in miniature. It gives an amazing insight into the body''s mental and physical condition whilst being a simple non invasive treatment which helps to detect and correct imbalances. A treatment normally lasts about one hour although the first appointment is normally one and a half hours as a full comprehensive case history will be taken. In some instances a doctor''s permission may be required before treatment can begin, for example, if you have diabetes. An individual and confidential record card is kept with relevant notes for future treatments. A course of six treatments would normally be required on a weekly basis and improvement can be seen in as little as one treatment.

The Gaia Centre. 17, Frederick Street
Loughborough
Leicestershire
le11 3bh
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Reflexology is a specific pressure technique applied to the feet or hands where all the internal organs and body structures are mapped in miniature. It gives an amazing insight into the body''s mental and physical condition whilst being a simple non invasive treatment which helps to detect and correct imbalances. A treatment normally lasts about one hour although the first appointment is normally one and a half hours as a full comprehensive case history will be taken. In some instances a doctor''s permission may be required before treatment can begin, for example, if you have diabetes. An individual and confidential record card is kept with relevant notes for future treatments. A course of six treatments would normally be required on a weekly basis and improvement can be seen in as little as one treatment.