How Does Reflexology Address Fertility Health?
Reflexology can help ensure your body is in optimum condition for conceiving and help prepare you for fertility treatments. Reflexology works best when the client also adopts healthy lifestyle habits.
Polycystic ovaries, cervical problems, adhesions, pelvic inflammatory disease, premenstrual syndrome, hormonal imbalances, blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, endometriosis and menstrual problems have all shown improvement from reflexology (Holt et al 2009, McCullough et al 2014 and Tiran D 2010).
How Do You Conduct Fertility Reflexology?
No two reflexology treatments are the same for each session because the chosen points address the needs of the client on that particular day. Tailored treatment during session helps to ensure a more successful outcome.
Aside from releasing oxytocin and the endorphins responsible for intense relaxation, reflexology provides a space away from the speed of modern day life and a chance to offload emotionally, physically and mentally (Tiran D 2010). My treatment room provides a womb like environment, which absorbs the strain and tension of control which trying to get pregnant often brings. Acceptance and surrender to the unknown and the uncontrollable is sometimes all it takes for the body to let go and to fall pregnant.
Fertility reflexology can support an individual or couple on their fertility journey. Reflexology is immensely relaxing, helping to reduce tension and encourage a sense of wellbeing.
I hold a full Level 3 Diploma from the London School of Reflexology in Regent’s Park University under the tuition of Louise Keet – described by the Mail on Sunday as “Britain's leading Reflexology practitioner”. I’ve also completed specialist training to Diploma level in Fertility, Pregnancy and Post-natal Reflexology with Louise Keet at the London School of Reflexology.
I am committed to maintaining the highest clinical and professional standards in my practice and undertake regular professional development as part of this drive for excellence.
I am a full member of the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), who hold extremely high standards for their members and have strict entry level criteria. I am fully insured and work in accordance with their codes of conduct and professional practice. So you can relax knowing that you are in good hands. You’ll find my details on their website.