other therapies

other therapies

bodywork therapies for health and wellbeing

You might choose bodywork therapies if you are:

  • tired or depleted – physically or mentally
  • in pain
  • recovering from illness or injury
  • needing some support and not wanting to talk much about it.

Reflexology and massage work on your body for overall health. You can come with specific issues, or for a general health boost.

bodywork therapies: reflexology

Reflexology is a gentle, soft touch, non-invasive therapy that can offer a range of health benefits. It is an ancient therapy, available for you to use to address the stresses and wellbeing concerns you face in your own life.

We have a range of specialist treatments available here at the next chapter including Facial, Maternity and Lymphatic Drainage Reflexology. It is most commonly practiced on the feet and the hands and can be an extremely relaxing and nurturing experience.

Reflexology stimulates the body’s own natural healing response and can help to encourage homeostasis or balance in the body. It is also a holistic therapy and acknowledges that each person is an individual.

Reflexology can help with:

  • wellbeing
  • mood improvement
  • relaxation
  • sleep
  • tension release

Reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe and should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.

bodywork therapies: reflexology

Reflexology chair with a fluffy blanket and a cushion, against a backdrop of a forest scene on the wall

Reflexology is a gentle, soft touch, non invasive therapy which can offer a range of health benefits.  It is an ancient therapy which has been practised for thousands of years in many cultures. It is a treatment that is most commonly practiced on the feet and the hands and can be an extremely relaxing and nurturing experience.

Reflexology stimulates the body’s own natural healing response and can help to encourage homeostasis or balance in the body. It is also a holistic therapy and acknowledges that each person is an individual.

Reflexology can help with

  • wellbeing
  • mood improvement
  • relaxation
  • sleep
  • tension release

Reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe and should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.

click here for more information on Pamela Couper, reflexologist at the next chapter
or contact her directly on hello@pamelacouperreflexology.co.uk