What is Reflexology?
There is evidence that Reflexology dates back to ancient Egypt (2,330 BC). It is a Science that deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and the hands, which correspond to all parts of the body
Pressure on these reflex areas will aim to restore and maintain fine-tuning of the delicate 'body machine'. This can be achieved through improvement of the blood supply, stimulation of the nerve impulses and relief from tension and stress
How does it work?
A fine-tuned 'body machine' will work at full capacity and put out maximum energy. 'Toxins' are not only absorbed in the bloodstream, from the environment and foods, but are created, all the time, by the body itself
Regular Reflexology treatments can support continuous removal of these detrimental substances by improving circulation in all body systems
During the first consultation a detailed health questionnaire is completed. You remove your footwear and sit or recline on a comfortable couch for a detailed foot observation
During the first consultation a detailed health questionnaire is completed. You remove your footwear and sit or recline on a comfortable couch for a detailed foot observation.
What can Reflexology help?
Balance body functions such as bloodsugar, digestion, bowels, weight, allergies, stress, menopause
Provide health support for sub-fertility, preconception, pregnancy and post-natal period, Improve circulation, concentration, immune system, relief from aching legs, joints and back
Meet a practitioner
Marian Baartz MSc.,M.A.R.,F.G.N.I.,R.N.T.
Marian has been in private practice since 1989
She holds a Masters in Public Health, Nutritional Therapy and Healthcare and works in adult education as a qualified teacher and NVQ assessor of Reflexology, Nutritional therapy and Iridology. She also teaches Iridology at Westminster University
She is a Fellow of The Guild of Naturopathic Iridologists and a member of The Association of Reflexologists. She is fluent in Dutch, French and German
Marian may be contacted by:
Telephone: 01403 271129
Fee structure varies according to a combination of therapies
Monday 9.30 - 7.30
Maggie Thorpe MBANT MAR
Maggie is a professionally qualified Nutritional Therapist registered with BANT (British Association for Nutritional Therapy) and has worked in clinic practice since graduating in 2002 and is also a qualified Reflexologist registered with the Association of Reflexologists and is trained in Iridology & Aromatherapy massage
Maggie is also a qualified Reflexologist registered with the Association of Reflexologists and is trained in Iridology & Aromatherapy massage
Maggie may be contacted by:
Telephone: 07711 182175
Practitioners can also be contacted at the New Street main contact number: 01403 271129
Initial consultation (1hr): £40.00
Follow-up treatment (1/2 hour): £25.00
Nutritional Therapy and Reflexology clinic open on Wednesdays 1.30pm - 7pm
Consultations are available on other days by prior arrangement