Penny Burrows CRM Dip MAR
Initial consultation £40
Follow-up treatments £35
Mondays & Fridays
9.30am - 2:30pm
Penny is a clinical reflexologist, qualifying from Jubilee College in 2019 with a Level 5 Diploma in Practitioner Reflexology, and is a member of the Association of Reflexologists.
“My fascination with reflexology was sparked after experiencing the benefits of having regular treatments for a variety of health issues. I was intrigued by how manipulating reflexes on the feet (and hands) could bring about a greater sense of well-being and better health to an individual. When the time was right I set out to learn more, studying with David Wayte, the first reflexologist to be made a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, at Jubilee College.”
Reflexology has been in evidence throughout the world since the era of the Ancient Egyptians, evolving as scientific insight and knowledge was gained over the years, into the recognised holistic therapy of today. The original theory remains the same, that reflected within the feet, hands, face and ears are reflexes mirroring each of the major systems of the body, and by working these reflexes with pressure techniques, the reflexologist can help re-balance the body and improve the level of well-being of the patient.
Reflexology can be of benefit to many health conditions, such as those of a stress related nature - anxiety, hypertension, insomnia, indigestion, IBS, constipation, headaches or migraines; sinusitis; hormonal imbalances such as PMS, PCOS, irregular or painful menstruation and the menopause; fertility issues and also chronic painful conditions such as arthritis or back-ache. It can also be an opportunity to unwind, deeply relax and take some time for yourself.