Primrose Therapy Reflexology for Blackburn and Burnley

Typical Session. me

What happens in a treatment?

At the first treatment a short assessment questionnaire is completed. The information collected and stored is only for the use of Primrose Therapy treatments. conforming to GDPR.
A typical Reiki session can last from 30-45 minutes, you remain dressed and are welcome to sit or lie down for treatment. I place my hands over your body and head in various areas sending and transferring energies. I can often feel a change in temperature in the areas requiring more attention. You may feel a tingling sensation in the more stressed and blocked regions and will feel deeply relaxed. Every treatment is different as every body has different energies and blockages.

A typical Reflexology treatment is 45-60 minutes long. You remain dressed but feet and lower legs need to be accessible for treatment.
You lie back and relax on a special supporting chair, whilst I cleanse then massage and treat the feet and lower legs. You may feel some sensitive areas as pressure is applied appropriately and will feel relaxed.

After a glass of water you are ready to carry on your day but may feel a little too relaxed to rush too much. Try to plan your appointments with some relaxation time afterwards to allow the treatment to be deeply absorbed.
The treatments can have some instant results others can take a few hours to develop. The results can last for various periods of time. Most clients require several weekly sessions to clear the initial problems then have top up treatments every 2-3 weeks to keep the body running at maximum efficiency.
I have a treatment every two weeks to keep me running at top efficiency. After a recent car crash I was having sleepless nights and flashbacks, I had one treatment to tap away the flashbacks and they are gone. This works with deep set and old fears, PTSD.
Reiki session £30.00, Reflexology session £35, cash or BACS.

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