Estuary Reflexology Exeter
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Sue Arnold BSc (Hons) Complementary Therapy, Clinical reflexologist MAR, is an exeter reflexologist, who has more recently joined our team at Estuary Clinic Topsham, Exeter.
We are privileged to have Sue as a member of the team. She is extremely passionate with a huge amount of experience in clinical reflexology. Sue has a special interest in reflexology for maintaining health and well-being. Sue has carried out her own research in this field as part of her BSc (Hons) degree.
Sue is a full member of the Association of Reflexologists meaning she has met the strictest standards for professional excellence in reflexology practice along with commitment to ongoing practitioner development.
Our reflexology service is provided within an integrated clinic setting, ensuring you receive the best possible service.
What to expect from a Reflexologist?
Information leaflet from the association of reflexology.
Why choose our Reflexologists?
Here at the Estuary Clinic, Topsham, Exeter our reflexology practitioners pride themselves on their clinical experience and continued development in the field of reflexology.
We offer the best treatment possible to enhance your generall well-bing fast and effectively.
Reflexology can be a very effective way in promoting relaxation to help combat daily stresses.
Daily stresses can have dramatic affects on our physical and emotional well being. This may present as disturbed sleep, poor motivation, low mood to increased susceptibility to illness.
What is Reflexology?
Reflexology originated over 5000 years ago stemming from many ancient civilisations around the world. This has included civilisations in Egypt, China, Africa to native indian tribes in america.
Modern reflexology was derived from Dr W. Fitzgerald who published work on ‘zone therapy’ in the 1930’s. This was later later developed by physiotherapist Eunice Ingham. Eunice worked on hundreds of patients carefully cross checking patients ailments with ‘reflex zones’ specifically on the feet. This lead to the development of the modern foot reflexology charts.
Reflexology theory is based on the principle that the feet contain ‘reflex zones’ associated with the anatomy of the body. Reflexologists believe that when these reflex zones become active, an imbalance is likely occurring in the corresponding anatomical body part. Through stimulation or sedation of these reflex zones it is believed to have harmonising effect on the bodies health.
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Do Reflex Zones Exist?
Using fMRI statistical analysis showed that reflexological stimulation of the foot reflex areas corresponding to the eye, shoulder, and small intestine activated not only the somatosensory areas corresponding to the foot, but also the somatosensory areas corresponding to the eye, shoulder, and small intestine or neighbouring body parts. (…more)
What can Reflexology Help?
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