Pregnancy is an exciting, nerve racking and wonderful phase in your life with new challenges and experiences. Maternity Reflexology allows a tired out mum-to-be to put her feet up, take some time out for herself and enjoy some well deserved relaxation where she can focus on herself and growing baby.
I have been highly trained in Reflexology supporting Conception and Reflexology supporting Pregnancy by Sally Earlam who is the head of Training and Education for the Association of Reflexologists. You are in safe and professional hands when you visit me for therapies.
What my clients say:
Louise: I’ve been on a maternity reflexology journey with llana, amazing experience. Every time I visited llana at her treatment room I left feeling energized and at peace with the world. I suffer from a liver condition during pregnancy which can be debilitating at times. During my two previous pregnancies I was extremely unwell due to the condition and took months after to recover. However during this pregnancy and visiting llana for reflexology every couple weeks I truly believe that the healing power of this amazing holistic treatment performed by an amazing healing woman, prevented my liver condition from rearing its ugly head until the last couple of weeks. Then postnatal liver returned to normal within a couple of weeks and have felt great( tired but great). This has been the healthiest pregnancy I’ve had and do feel the reflexology was a huge part of the reason for this. Llana made me feel so welcome and instantly at ease, couldn’t have felt more comfortable. Would recommend to everyone not just during pregnancy the healing power of reflexology with llana.
Reflexology supporting Maternity 1hr (includes consultation) £37.00
This therapy is unsuitable if you have the following: in the first trimester of pregnancy, pre-eclampsia, placenta previa (grade ii – iv after 32 weeks), severe polyhydramnios or oligohydramnios, placental abruptions, vaginal bleeding with uterine pain, DVT, fever. Please note a full consultation will be taken prior to the therapy taking place.