Reflexology for Stress and Anxiety

Are you feeling stressed due to Covid or anxious about the UK opening up?

I know a lot of people who are desperate to get back to some kind of normal, but at the same time are feeling very anxious and stressed about the crowds. It’s a tough one isn’t it?! I feel the same. While I’ve been really looking forward to the kids getting back to school, and getting back to work I’m still not quite ready to face a crowded high street or shops. For me I think a gradual approach and slowly starting to add normality back into my life is how im going to handle it.

Did you know Reflexology has been said to help with stress and anxiety?

That’s right, there are lots of studies and research which suggests that reflexology helps to reduce stress and anxiety. Whilst it hasn’t been proven the feedback from clients who have regular reflexology treatments report an improvement in their stress and anxiety levels.

During a treatment, we reflexologists work on the whole body to help restore the natural energy flow so the body can function better both physically and mentally. It’s a deeply relaxing treatment and it usually helps increase blood flow and slow the heart rate. Stress and anxiety also affect the digestive system, causes headaches and disturbs your sleep patterns. As we work on the whole body via the feet, reflexology will be helping to balance the whole body with the aim of improving these aliments.

If you, like many others are starting to feel and little stressed or anxious then why not give it a try. I usually recommend a course of treatment. This is because you will usually feel totally relaxed after your first treatment, but working to rebalance the energy in the whole body of someone who is really stressed or suffers ongoing anxiety usually takes a few treatments to start feeling the benefits.

Get in touch if you would like to chat about it and schedule a treatment 07956 666578

I came across an article online about reflexology and Anxiety, it was an interesting read. I’ll attach the link.

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