Self-care has been in the headlines more than ever in the last year. And it’s no wonder. Three in four Britons have been so stressed that they have felt overwhelmed or unable to cope, according to the biggest survey into the impact of stress by the Mental Health Foundation (2018).
Reflexologists work holistically with their clients and aim to work alongside mainstream medicine to promote better health for their clients. This kind of therapy has been shown to provide help for the collection of chemical and physical reactions that put you into ‘fight or flight’ mode, putting all your blood and energy into your brain, arms and legs. These chemical reactions can increase stress levels and cause anxiety. Reflexology aims to reduce that reaction.