What is Reflexology?
It is a non-invasive, complementary therapy that promotes deep relaxation.  It is based on the theory that different points on the feet correspond to different areas of the body.
History of Reflexology
The art of reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China and was brought to the West when Dr William Fitzgerald developed 'Zone theory' in the early 1900's.  Eunice Ingham developed the therapy further into what is known today as modern reflexology.
Who is Reflexology for?
Reflexology is suitable for all ages - from newborn babies to people receiving end of life care
Benefits of Reflexology
Reflexology can aid relaxation and improve both mood and sleep.  It can help reduce stress and anxiety.
It is often used together with conventional care in hospices and other healthcare settings to support the client.