Please note I am a part time therapist. My working hours are 9am - 3pm (during school hours). I will be unable to offer appointments outside of these hours.
A cancellation fee of 50% of the treatment cost will be applied if an appointment is cancelled with less than 24 hours notice.
Together, we will go through the reason you have attended for your appointment, your medical history and any medication you may be taking. We will make a plan about what we are hoping to achieve and when we might start to see results. This gives clients control over their treatment.
After your initial consultation and your first appointment, I will research any medication you are taking, and any medical conditions you have presented with. With knowledge of the human body systems, I will put together a treatment plan. This plan is not set in stone and may change as treatment progresses.
Reflexology is not an intrusive therapy and results are achieved using specific types of pressure on different reflex points mainly on the soles of the feet but also the hands. Some reflexes may be tender, this can be described as a 'good pain'. The treatment can also be deeply relaxing, and you may experience sensations in other areas of your body. The treatment often leaves you with a lovely lively feeling in your feet and relaxed in mind and body. Occasionally, a reflexology treatment can bring about a healing reaction where you have a temporary worsening of symptoms. This can be concerning, but is actually a very positive sign that the body is going through the process of healing itself.
Initial Consultation and 1 hour reflexology
1 hour reflexology
30 minutes express reflexology
Children's appointments are approximately 20 minutes:
Appointments for teens are approximately 30 minutes:
Lisa is able to offer clients workshops for parents, carers and family members to learn the rainbow relaxation routine. The respectful, positive touch of the Functional Reflex Therapy rainbow relaxation routine provides a structured repetitive activity using techniques drawn from Reflexology to use in the comfort of your own home. This unique routine supports children and adults with:
High levels of Anxieties and Stress
Special Educational Needs & Disabilities
Autistic Spectrum Disorders & Complex Needs
Mental Health Conditions
Alzheimer's & Dementia
Functional Reflex Therapy (FRT) was developed by Lorraine Senior, a UK based reflexologist who, as a teacher for over 20 years, supported children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), and their families.
Functional Reflex Therapy is designed to empower those who support children and adults with autism spectrum disorders, learning difficulties and complex needs with skills to deliver the rainbow relaxation routine at a time convenient to you.
It cannot be underestimated that when you are delivering a relaxing touch, you will connect with that person in the most beautiful and positive way.
FRT induces relaxation, helps improve mood, reduces anxiety, improves sleep, supports wellbeing, encourages the receiver to be more receptive, encourages social interaction and has a positive effect on the issues that affect individuals and people around them in many areas of their everyday lives.