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Pamela Couper

Reflexologist

Website    www.pamelacouperreflexology.co.uk

Phone 07967 730 406

As a fully qualified reflexologist I offer you the space to set aside an hour of your time to completely dedicate to your own wellbeing. The treatment I provide will enable you to become fully and deeply relaxed and offers a really nurturing experience.

What happens during a treatment?

At your first treatment I’ll spend an extra 30 minutes doing an initial consultation.  This will allow me to understand more about you, your health and your lifestyle. I will then tailor a treatment plan specific to your individual needs and which will optimise the benefits you will gain from your treatments.

Reflexology is a holistic and complementary therapy which takes account of the whole person and works effectively on its own or when used alongside other therapies.

I spend up to 1 hour applying gentle pressure to your feet using my thumbs, fingers and hands.

During a treatment clients report feelings of deep relaxation and wellbeing, and often fall asleep.

Many clients also find that they feel increased benefits after a number of treatments.

After each treatment I will offer you tailored aftercare advice. This will allow you to enhance your wellbeing and overall health in your own time.

I am qualified with a Diploma in Clinical Reflexology, the highest qualification available in the UK.

I am a full member of the Association of Reflexology and I maintain my continuing professional development to allow me to practice to the highest professional standards.

I also hold post-qualifying certificates in Maternity Reflexology and Aromareflex

Fees

Reflexology Treatment  costs £40.

Aromareflex Treatment  costs £45

Aromareflex combines the power of essential oils and Reflexology together. You will receive a full reflexology treatment with a blend of oils chosen just for you. It is an extremely relaxing and nurturing experience.            

Appointment times          Please contact me if you find a Wednesday evening is not suitable.