What are the Benefits of a Hand Massage?
Even though a hand massage may seem simple, it can provide a whole host of health benefits. These may include:
This type of treatment may also provide some relief for the following conditions:
Why The Hands?
Our hands are perhaps the most active parts of the human body and the popularity of hand reflexology has grown with the increase in hand-use intensive activities such as: gaming, key boarding and texting - because hand reflexology provides a relieving respite in the hand's busy day. Hand reflexology can therefore serve as an accessible tool to get some relief from the stresses that new technologies sometimes put on our hands
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.