Reflexology is not intended to replace the relationship with your primary healthcare providers and the consultation and treatments are not medical advice or treatment.  The information, service and treatment provided is not used to prescribe, diagnose or treat a health problem or disease.  Reflexology is not a substitute for medical care.  If you have or suspect you have a health problem, you should consult your GP.

Reflexology is complementary to medical treatment and should not be regarded as a substitute for medical or psychological diagnosis or treatment. The maps are guidelines of the bodies emotion, physical, mental and physical parts of the body but not purport to be precise medical charts. 

The information on this website is not to be construed as medical advice.  All information is my personal opinion and beliefs based my experience, education and feedback from my clients.  I make no claims that the information contained on this website is fact and believe people should be allowed to experience a treatment and make up their own minds.



Receiving treatments myself is a very important way for me to offload physically as well as emotionally. Often I discuss how loneliness effects me and particularly the outcomes of the different ways in which I seek to remedy it.  I have learnt the importance of self care and the most remarkable outcome so far being has been to experience some intense feelings of spiritualism.

Both receiving treatments and self care both take commitment on my part and when I neglect this I often feel the effects, however knowing this is always a comfort knowing I have these effective toolbox.

tools making time to receive treatments and remain grounded in order to help others. 

Loneliness is something I would like to see talked about more. Holistic treatments are about prevention and recognizing  directions we are going in. Talking and receiving self care is a vital part at keeping on track and absorbing the ill effects of loneliness. After a treatment I often feel less stuck in a rut, my thoughts are more in order and feeling balanced in their proportion which in turn help me internalize things better and my bodies reactions to this helps me control of my behavior. 

Reflexology for me provides me with a sense of purpose and supporting relationships. There are things that you can do to ease loneliness. Please see the link for this helpful report of loneliness but be aware being alone or lonely does not necessarily have all the following negative connotations, you may not always feel low. The report is just guidance to possible effects. 

Social networks are a large and important part of forming a healthy wellbeing cycle. Social rejection can provoke a part of the brain that is directly related to feeling pain. Any sign of threat jolts our body into action. Showing that physical and emotional are so connected


We are primed to respond to our environment in order to adapt and survive our intricate and complex communication systems function to take care of us.


However seemly safe allergens can affect some people and interfere with our everyday lives:

£££ purchasing medication

♥ providing our bodies with the chemicals it needs rather than using it’s own intelligence


Immunoglobulin E (IgE) are the antibodies that detect different allergens which trigger immune cells to release histamine and other inflammatory chemicals. Allergens are perceived as a threat to some people’s anti bodies (immune proteins). IgE antibodies bind to immune cells about 100 times tighter than any other antibody. This usually means they are already attached to an immune cell, meaning the whole system is ready to respond as soon as an allergen is detected. This is why symptoms can be so quick and explains the significant amount of mucus that comes with allergies.


Allergies are complex and not yet fully understood even by science. It is assumed our defence alerts the immune system to expel what it thinks is dangerous to us. It is not clear if our body is reacting to something it deems harmful. However we are actually it is. However the world is a lot safer now and we consciously the danger in our environment is a lot more controlled than our predecessors.

Reflexology offers the body to balance and offers soothing attention to counteract the inflammatory response.  Paying attention to specific reflex points, particularly those areas overloaded by an allergy such as the nose, eyes offer relaxation to these areas and a method can also include reflex points that have possibly become more redundant but are naturally built to cope with allergen attacks. For example the pituitary gland, tonsils, ileocecal valve, spleen etc. All these are designed to do what many drugs mimic depending on what it perceives the body to need. Re-booting the nervous system in this way can encourage a more balanced less ‘reactive’ messengers within your body.


Ideally if you know when allergies are more prevalent it is good to come one month before allergy symptoms are at their worse and you are able to fit up to 4 treatments in this time.


But be put of trying Reflexology once for any disorder. I have treated people with certain conditions only once when symptoms are prevalent whereby responses have been recognisable after one treatment and a person’s own commitment to their health has led to long lasting results.


I do not recommend stopping doing what you need to do to keep your body safe from allergies. However Reflexology offers a complimentary way to become more in tune with our bodies to prepare our bodies in advance of allergies. It is simply a safe combination tool whereby people have been empowered by the results.


This article is not underestimating the serious affects of allergies. It is very important that people get a diagnosis and treatment plan by their doctor or medical profession. Allergic reactions can be life threatening, or symptoms don’t necessarily mean allergy they can mean an autoimmune disorder.


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