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Clare Minter Reflexology including Maternity and Fertility Reflexology

Prices and Frequently Asked Questions

PRICE LIST (Total session times quoted)

Reflexology (first session, including consultation) 90 minutes £55.00

Follow-up session (60 minutes) £45.00

Maternity Reflexology (first session, including consultation) 90 minutes £60.00

Follow-up session (60 minutes) £50.00

Reflexology for Fertility (first session, including consultation)
120 minutes £70.00

Follow-up session 60 minutes £50.00

Hot Stone Reflexology 60 minutes £55.00

Bergman Method Facial Reflexology 60 minutes £50.00

Zone Face Lift 75 minutes £75.00

Zone Face Lift treatments have a cumulative effect for skin rejuvenation and a course of twelve sessions is recommended for optimal results.
Course of twelve sessions paid in advance £795.00 (saving nearly £9.00 on each treatment)

Baby Reflexology £20.00

Child Reflexology £25.00

Reflexology for Teens (under 18) £30.00

For your convenience, payment can be made by cash or debit/credit card.


How does reflexology work?

Reflexology is based on the principle that there are many different reflex zones mapped out on the feet and hands which correspond to each organ or gland within the body. By using special techniques to massage these reflex areas, a reflexologist may help to:

  • enhance your body's own natural healing processes
  • stimulate your circulation
  • encourage the elimination of toxins
  • regulate and balance hormone levels within your body
  • clear blockages that may prevent your body from functioning as efficiently as it should

    Film - A short introduction to reflexology

    What will happen during a treatment?

    A reflexology treatment will be carried out on bare feet and will take place while you relax on a couch or reclining chair. Most people find the sensation pleasant and soothing, though occasionally some discomfort may be felt. This could indicate an imbalance in a corresponding part of the body and will ease as the session progresses. After the treatment you should feel comfortably relaxed and calm.

    Is it safe to have reflexology treatments while I am pregnant?

    Yes, but you should check that your reflexologist has been trained in the specialised maternity techniques required, as certain areas on the feet need to be avoided during pregnancy. A reputable practitioner who has undergone proper training will have experience of working with all the health conditions of pregnancy.

  • How soon will I notice an improvement in my symptoms?

    Most people find that a reflexology treatment session leaves them feeling comfortably calm and relaxed. Many report that they sleep well and that any digestive discomfort they may have been experiencing eases shortly after treatment. Others say that they have an increase in energy that may last for several days. For general health issues you should allow about five or six reflexology sessions to see whether your condition improves. Please bear in mind that some conditions may require a more intensive course of treatments and this will be discussed at your initial consultation. As a general rule, the longer you have had a health complaint, the longer it may take to resolve.

    A longer course of treatments is usually required for fertility issues and treatments need to be carried out at different times during your menstrual cycle to allow hormone balancing to take place.

    I can't bear the thought of having my feet touched. Does reflexology tickle?

    This is something that a lot of people worry about and is usually a result of a family member tickling their feet during childhood! The pressure used during a reflexology treatment will be gentle but firm and should not tickle even the most sensitive feet.

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