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Every week, we showcase one of our members here on the website and across our social media channels.
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Sophie Speed SQ


I’m Sophie Speed and run Sophie Speed Reflexology. I cover mid & North Norfolk and Norwich and trained at The College of West Anglia in 2001.

I have two children Dexter (11) and Maisie (8) Together with my husband Paul we play in brass bands which takes up a lot of time with rehearsals, concerts & contests. Keeps us busy and we spend time with lots of lovely people. We like walking and swimming together and the odd meal out!

Working in pharmacy for 10 years gave me an interest in the holistic side of medicine with the increase in customers asking for homoeopathy, aromatherapy, supplements etc. I did a brief homoeopathy course and my mum suggested reflexology as she had heard about it from a friend.

The best thing about being a reflexologist is making people feel better. No matter how much pain or distress they are in it will always do something to improve the way they feel. Everything from regularly helping someone to relax and sleep better, through to lymphedema relief with RLD and working on babies with Gentle Touch.

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R Hunter SQ

I am Rachel Hunter from R&R Therapy in Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.
I'm 51 years old, married for 28 years this year, 2 children 26 & 21, lived in Newcastle for 20 years but a Yorkshire lass at heart. I trained at Newcastle College initially, then with Sally Earlam for conception and maternity

I decided to retrain after working with children for over 25 years, my last role was as a TA within a school for children with Social, Emotional and Behavioural difficulties and I wasn’t getting any younger, it was a challenging, physical yet very rewarding role to have. Working with children had impacted on lower back issues over time, I suffered with PND after my son was born and depression again when we lost a family business in 2006. I regularly had reflexology during all of these issues and the proof was in the worked! I also saw what stress was doing to special people around me and I knew I could make a difference. I haven’t looked back, sometimes I wish I’d trained at a younger age but life makes who you are and I’m probably a better Reflexologist having had the life experiences I have.

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ROTW Zelle Mann 250


I'm Zelle Mann from Mill Lane Reflexology, North Hykeham, Lincoln. I studied at Anahata School of Reflexology with Glenys Underwood and I practice Reflexology and Indian Head massage. I have two girls 3 and 6 who are also very curious about reflexology and therapy. I love anything holistic, massage, reiki, Indian head massage. I love travelling and experiencing new places.

Having received one treatment of Reflexology and the experience it gave me when suffering with stress.. I knew Reflexology was powerful! I was naturally drawn to giving feet rubs as a child so I feel that it was meant for me. I love the feeling of giving…the warm fuzzy feelings I get from not only receiving Reflexology but also from giving it. 

The best thing about being a reflexologist is making people feel well and realise they have it within themselves to self-heal and concentrate back on loving themselves.

I think my greatest success to date is completing my Reflexology qualification despite numerous obstacles and problems in my life at the time. I actually believe the nature of the course helped me to get through them and I came out stronger…proof itself that Reflexology really does help!


Phone Number: 07891950641



Rachel Morris 250I am Rachel Morris from Grafeety and I practice in Cardiff.

I studied with Inspira, Dinas Powys, near Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan (with Sue Alma Evans)

I have a grown-up, married daughter. I like trail running. I rode a motorbike. I am (still) trying to write my novel. I am vegan and really enjoy socialising around food, wine and books. I decided that I needed a change of environment altogether. A reflexology training course popped up on the first page I searched on Google

The best thing about being a reflexologist is showing people how they can become more in tune with their own bodies.

I'd say my biggest success is people who make another appointment! Clients who tell me they are “desperate for some reflexology.”

The thing I love about reflexology is meeting the huge variety of clients who come through my door and feeling that I am doing good for people. It’s fun!

Telephone: 07762 904577

Emma Baxter 250My name is Emma and I’m a qualified reflexologist and Founder of Lavender Room Reflexology and Tiny Toes Reflexology & Baby Massage.  I am passionate about reflexology and the benefits it can bring to a person’s well-being.  People are turning more and more to alternative therapies, seeking alternative ways to conventional medicine to help them.  With increasing awareness of how important it is to take time out from the stresses of everyday life and to maintain a healthy lifestyle, reflexology will continue to grow in popularity.

I’m sharing my story to show you how it’s possible to change direction in your life and follow your dreams at any age and begin a journey discovering reflexology and running your own successful business.

I qualified as a nurse in 1999 and worked for 10 years in an intensive care unit followed by period caring for people in the oncology centre undergoing chemotherapy.

My nursing experience led me to change direction and develop my interest in helping people through a natural holistic approach whilst still able to apply my nursing knowledge.

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Alex Critten PRM 

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I’m Alex Critten from Touch Healing Reflexology & Reiki; Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. I trained with Inspira Academy, here in South Wales.
I am Mummy to two fabulous children, a girl of Six and a Boy of Three. I really appreciate family time and that is my go-to for taking stock, especially getting outdoors and down to the beach that we live by. Catching up with friends. Otherwise, you will find me in the gym, training for obstacle courses. I have four lined up this year! I completed Tough Mudder last year with our team and am doing it again this year. I completed Invncbl for the first time last week and I’m going for the Triad of Invncbl (completing all three events) this year. Not one to shy off a challenge!

I decided to train as reflexologist through personal experience of the therapy. I’ve followed an interest in alternative lifestyle since quite young, so when my husband and I found conceiving our first child was taking much longer than we hoped (and were told that medically, everything was ok), I turned to Reflexology. A few months into receiving regular sessions, I discovered that I was pregnant, around the same time that I signed up to train and I’ve never looked back.

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Lotus Synge PRM

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Hello! I'm Lotus Synge from Reflexology Health in Cambridge and I trained at Reflexology Academy London with Hagar Basis & Melissa Softley.

I'm a 39-year-old mum of 2 lovely boys aged 6 and 9 and have been living in beautiful Cambridge for the last 8 years with my husband Dan. I love art and design and this was my background training before discovering the wonders of reflexology. I am passionate about being in the outdoors, especially with my camera. I love travelling, keeping healthy and helping others to feel the same.

I decided to train in reflexology after I woke up one morning and it was clear in my mind that this is what I should do. I started looking into courses that morning. I had been looking for a change of direction since having my son and had been thinking of various avenues I could go down but nothing felt clear until I decided on reflexology. I had also had some wonderful reflexology during my first pregnancy and was aware of the powerful benefits.

I was lucky to be surrounded by a holistic lifestyle as a child as my mum had a health food shop growing up and was also a kinesiologist, however until this point I hadn't felt it was my field. I realise now that my education started early in wellbeing and continues to influence my practice today.

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Pam Giblin PRM

I am Pam Giblin PRM from Reflect Reflexology in Newchurch Kent and studied at the London School of Reflexology with Louise Keet.

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I am lucky enough to be married to my best friend and soul mate who totally supports me in my work and goes along with all my ‘alternative lifestyle suggestions’ I feel very privileged and lucky to live in our beautiful house in a little rural village in Kent, which enables me to offer my clients a tranquil setting for their treatments with only the sound of nature to disturb their thoughts. I enjoy Pilates, going for long walks in the countryside, meditating, spending time with my family and going for long rides on my gorgeous horse who I’ve had the pleasure of having in my life for nearly 15 years.

I was inspired to learn reflexology from having regular treatments myself and the benefits I gained soon showed me what a powerful yet gentle therapy reflexology is, and how relaxed it made me feel after a stressful day at work. I have always wanted to do something to help other people, as I felt that there was and still is too much pain and suffering in the world and I wanted to do something to make a difference, hence my passion for reflexology being born.

The best thing about being a reflexologist is being able to make a difference to people’s lives every day. Seeing someone arrive in a stressed state, in pain, suffering from any number of different ailments, and watching them float away with a smile on their face is the best feeling in the world, I absolutely LOVE my ‘job’.

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Tamra Wychwood PRM

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I am Tamra Wychwood, from Daisy Daydream Reflexology in Cardigan, West Wales. I trained with David Wayte at Jubilee College, Sheffield.

I live on a smallholding with my husband and 3-year-old daughter.  I grow my own lavender to add to Epsom salt foot soaks (prior to treatments). We have pigs, geese, ducks, chickens and grow all our own veggies. I love being outdoors on the farm, growing things, going to the beach, walking, eating nice food!

I decided to train to be a reflexologist after I had a course of reflexology to help me through a difficult period. I loved it so much and it really helped improve my state of mind. It made me feel good and sleep better. I thought to myself ‘I would love to do this for a living!’ Already a qualified nurse, who was frustrated with not being able to spend quality time with my patients I realised that I could possibly help people feel better through reflexology.

The best thing about being a reflexologist is to see a person ‘glow’ and look so at peace after a session with me! I really put my all into a session. I encourage my clients not to talk during the treatment, so they can best enjoy the ‘me time’. This also allows me to concentrate on sending positive energy to areas of need, improving their overall well-being whilst giving them a peaceful experience.

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