Dien Chan Zone

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'Dien Chan' is a form of reflexology. Reflexology implies the principle that by stimulating one part of the body, another part of the body is rebalanced. More precisely, when the skin (a major sense organ) is stimulated according to established maps which reflect all the organs of the body, the nervous system (central, then peripheral) responds to reach the targetted organ or area.

Dien Chan website

Federation of Holistic Therapists

Federation of Holistic Therapists LogoFind me listed as a member as a practicing reflexologist on the Federation of Holistic Therapists webiste

Federation of Holistic Therapists

Association of Reflexologists

The Association of Reflexologists (AoR) provides professional advice, support and guidance to Reflexologists and members of the public. The AoR was established in 1984 and is an  independent and non-profit making organisation supporting members worldwide. 

Association of Reflexologists

Crystal Fountain

Crystal Fountain LogoFind a range of holistic therapies to help improve your health and well-being. All the sessions are deeply relaxing with calming music in the background and soothing lighting.

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Reflexology Lymphatic Drainage

I have trained and qualified Reflexology Lymphatic drainage by the renowned Sally Kay. Her work has has had remarkable results with Lymphoedema and many other disorders. For more information visit the website.

Reflexology & Lymph Drainage

The Biomedical Model

The biomedical model of health is the most dominant in the western world and focuses on health purely in terms of biological factors. Contained within the biomedical model of health is a medical model of disability. In a similar vein, this focuses on disability purely in terms of the impairment that it gives the individual.

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