Sian Griffith, Reflexologist

SianWhat is reflexology?

Reflexology is a non-invasive form of therapy, which involves working on the feet or hands. Reflexology has been around, in one form or another, for thousands of years, but the basic principle of modern reflexology is that the feet and hands work as a map, or mirror, of the whole body. Points on the feet and hands correspond to organs, systems and structures within the entire body. By manipulating and applying pressure to certain parts of the feet or hands corresponding and connected parts of the body will benefit.

Reflexology is about restoring the body’s natural balance. It can help ease stress, headaches, back problems, digestive disorders, poor sleep, hormonal problems and a range of other ailments. It is a perfect way to support yourself and your body.

Why meditative reflexology?

Reflexology and meditation are natural partners. They both provide a deep level of rest. I offer a meditative form of Reflexology, which is a deeply relaxing way to reconnect with yourself and boost your body’s natural healing process.

The more relaxed, and open I am as a therapist, the greater the benefit for my client.

About me

I trained as a reflexologist at Bath Complementary College and am a fully insured member of the Association of Reflexologists.

To read more about me and the way I work, please visit my website www.siangriffith.com

NHS Choices:

I am listed in the NHS Choices directory. This is the official NHS directory of therapists and is used by the public and healthcare professionals to identify high quality professional practitioners

 Cost

£35/hour

I cannot take cards, so please could you bring a cheque or cash.

How to book a treatment

Please contact me on sian@siangriffith.com or call 07582 111971.

Cancellation policy

If you are unable to make an appointment, please let me have at least 48 hours’ notice. Otherwise, I may have to charge you for the full hour.

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