reflexology client survey 17Ever wondered what clients think of Reflexology?

We have launched a first-of-a-kind survey designed to discover what our clients really think of reflexology.

The Professional Reflexology Association has always been at the forefront in insisting upon higher standards in Reflexology training and practice and we are asking reflexology clients to complete a short survey, the results of which we hope to use to further our aim of the continued improvement of the therapy.

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If you haven’t already done so, CLICK HERE You will be able to discuss reflexology and put questions to the UK’s top tutors and reflexologists. And a reminder to those who post in our public Community group - please do also post in the Members Hub as well as the responses you will receive will generally be more informed as it is a closed group to only PR members!

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Reflexology Information

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A Significant Decrease in PMS Symptoms

A controlled study* carried out among a group of volunteers who had previously complained of distress from PMS symptoms has shown a significant decrease in these symptoms following reflexology treatment.

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Reflexology For Sinuses (A Client's Persepctive)

Every month I pay a lady to handle my feet! My wife is of the opinion that I don't pay her anywhere near what she deserves. She wouldn't touch them at any price! Now strangely enough, I agree with my wife, but for very different reasons.

This lady is a reflexologist and has now been treating me regularly for over ten years. Why, you may ask. I'll tell you! Because my sinuses were in a terrible mess!

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i wish i had taken my reflexologist seriously

I wish I had Taken my Reflexologist More Seriously

Seven years ago I was visiting my reflexologist at six weekly intervals, which I fully believe kept my whole body working correctly, and without pain. This was following decades, pre reflexology, of back problems, chiropractors, acupuncture, etc. when stress was causing the muscles to tighten and 'pull' my back out! I was enjoying life again, swimming and dancing, caring for my grandchild of five years, with the lifting that entails, all without a problem.

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its all in the mind

Is it all in the mind?

All Reflexologists have heard this said at one time or another. 'There is no scientific proof' is another. But are they right?

It is true to say that the bulk of evidence in favour  of reflexology is anecdotal, nevertheless there is an increasing body of scientific evidence

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Could Reflexology Help Tinnitus?


We know a client 'Alex' believes it helped him. Tinnitus is condition, or to be more precise, a symptom of underlying condition(s) involving a sensation of sound when no external sound exists.

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The Holistic Approach to Health

Simply put holistic means whole, that is mind, body and spirit together. Complementary therapists like reflexologists look at the whole person, their lifestyle, their work and home life, medical background etc. and approach treatment holistically.

The reasoning behind this is simple in that we would all agree that if we are physically unwell, then often our mental performance will suffer. Likewise if we are under a lot of mental stress, then we are likely to feel physically low.

The holistic approach is one in which treatment is given to the whole (mind, body and spirit) rather than just to the symptoms of the problem. In this way the holistic therapist is looking towards treating the root causes of the condition, at the same time as trying to ease the symptoms. This holistic approach is at the heart of all complementary therapies and as the word complementary suggests, these therapies are intended to complement, not replace conventional medicine. If for example, you are taking prescribed medication no responsible complementary therapist would suggest that you should stop doing so. The treatment is complemetary not alternative.

less stress for the nhsLess Stress for the NHS

Because, as Reflexologists, we are used to helping our clients with a wide variety of conditions it is easy to overlook how having regular reflexology can be a great preventative healthcare treatment. Reflexologist Lynne Benfield qualified  in 2007, and she enjoys running her practice in rural Oxfordshire.This is Lynne’s story and it shows just what we mean.

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