Frequently asked questions
Please feel free to contact me if you have further questions
For a full body massage you need to wear underwear, preferably of an elastic fabric so that it’s easier to work on the lower back and upper leg.
You will get the most benefits if you are relaxed, so please let me know of anything I can do to help to make you feel comfortable and covered.
For reflexology, you should wear either shorts, or comfortable trousers you can turn up, since the treatment goes up to the calves.
It’s not strictly necessary*, but it’s always appreciated and will help you to feel more comfortable and relaxed during your treatment.
A warm shower is always a great idea. This will start to loosen up your muscles and remove perspiration or environmental pollutants that you wouldn’t want to be rubbed into your skin.
So don’t worry if you come straight after work or you didn’t manage to have a shower before your treatment. You can always have a shower after the treatment, just make sure you don’t use hot water. As tempting as it sounds, may make you feel dizzy.
(* However, I reserve the right to withhold treatments without refund if the client’s standard of hygiene falls below an acceptable standard)
No. You don’t need to worry about the appearance of your feet. Calluses and hard skin can show more than you think in a reflexology session. But I do strongly recommend trimming the toenails before treatment since long toenails make it harder to deliver the treatment properly.
No – this treatment cannot be offered where there is an infectious skin condition, as it can easily spread to other parts of the body or to other people.
Athlete’s foot and ringworm easily spread. Fortunately, a number of rapid and effective treatments are available. Please ask your pharmacist, podiatrist or GP for advice on treatment. Treatment must be completed and the client free of signs and symptoms before Foot Reflexology will be given.
Applying pressure to certain reflex points may occasionally cause brief discomfort but pressure will always be kept at bearable levels.
Yes. Having foot reflexology may help you improve the circulation of your feet and rest of the body.
Unblocking the foot reflexes will make the blood flow better throughout the body.
If you have serious or significant circulatory problems you are advised to speak to your GP before undergoing Reflexology.
Yes. Discounts are available on packages of 5 or 10 treatments.
Yes, you can purchase a gift voucher HERE. Your friend can use the voucher credit to book the treatment they want whenever they want. The voucher is valid for 6 months from the day of purchase.