Learning to care for your child with reflexology

Reflexology is a very adaptable and beneficial therapy and easy to apply once you learn some basic techniques!

The good news is that is relatively easy for many of us to learn these new techniques and not only use them for ourselves but also use them for our children and loved ones.

Sure, reflexology therapists have to undergo extensive training to learn the specifics of how to treat others professionally and in a mindful way. Mainly, this is to ensure that all therapists adhere to (and are held accountable to) the highest standards in their profession. The fact is, you can use the information in a non-professional capacity for yourself and your partner or children.

I started out treating my little nephews as babies and they responded brilliantly to short sessions of reflexology on their feet. It is very soothing, encouraging good digestion, better sleep patterns and the therapeutic touch has a calming effect on the nervous system.

These were exactly the results experienced by a recent client who brought her two very young children for a treatment. During the session, Mum also learned a few basic techniques which she continued to apply at home. I am delighted with the report she gave after one week, letting me know that all previous issues with sleep and digestion had cleared for her babies. This is a fantastic result!

Review Child Reflexology

Mothers Review Of Child Reflexology

I have been demonstrating reflexology at national holistic events, on TV,  in workshops and with my clients since the start of my holistic career, with the desire to support people in their quest for improved well-being and to encourage them to take charge of their own self-healing ability.

Would  you like to organise some self-treatment workshops as an individual, with your child or in a small group or as a couple? Make this real by contacting your therapist, Caroline Cunningham today. CONTACT

 

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