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Reflexology and infertility

Reproflexology and undiagnosed infertility – some numbers for you.

Pregnancy – 70%
Live birth rate – 70%

Success rates from a data collection study of 180 cases, published in Reflexology for Fertility.

‘It is important to be aware that these results can ONLY be attributed to using these particular reproflexology protocols and no other form of reflexology’

Barbara Scott, ‘Reflexology for Fertility, a practitioners’ guide to natural and assisted conception’ (Watkins, 2016)

Are you struggling to get pregnant? Have you been told you have undiagnosed infertility (i.e. “we don’t know why you aren’t pregnant yet”)?

Reproflexology techniques are designed to help you – by teaching you how your bodies work; using specific reflexology routines to support and maintain a regular monthly cycle; by treating male partners as well (remember, their wellbeing is also critical) to help optimum sperm health; and by discussing dietary and nutritional information which is specific to your needs.

I am now taking on new clients to work with these new techniques, get in touch with me to schedule your consultation, by calling or booking an appointment online.

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Reflexology and endometriosis

Reproflexology and endometriosis – some numbers for you.

Reflexology and endometriosis:
Pregnancy – 65%
Live birth rate – 55%

Success rates from a data collection study of 180 cases, published in Reflexology for Fertility.

‘It is important to be aware that these results can ONLY be attributed to using these particular reproflexology protocols and no other form of reflexology’

Barbara Scott, ‘Reflexology for Fertility, a practitioners’ guide to natural and assisted conception’ (Watkins, 2016)

Endometriosis is a condition in which uterine tissues grow outside the uterus – it can develop around all your reproductive organs, around the bowel, bladder and vagina. Up to 25% of women in the UK who are ‘sub-fertile’ are thought to have endometriosis, and approximately 5-10% of all women of reproductive age.

Symptoms: pain during sex, heavy, painful or irregular periods, bleeding between periods, chronic pelvic pain, abdominal pain, bloating, fatigue.

Reproflexology techniques are designed to help you – by learning how your bodies work, using specific routines to support a regular monthly cycle, as well as any known conditions that may affect your wellbeing; by treating male partners as well to help optimum sperm health and using other tools and advice.

Book or call now for a consultation and assessment –https://weymouthbayreflexology.co.uk/appointments-fees/

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We’re all doing our best

We’re all making it up as we go along…
Don’t beat yourself up about things you have no control over. Be kind to yourself first – it makes it easier to be kind to everyone else around you. Take it easy if you can, have a routine if it helps. Get some fresh air when you can.
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I’m here for chats if you need to talk.
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Big love 💙👣💙

Rowena

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The Roller-Coaster Ride!

Once again, I find myself in the situation of having to temporarily close for hands-on treatments.

Even though we know that touch and social contact with other humans are essential to both good mental and physical health, the government does not see complementary therapies as essential services.

I am hopeful that this closure will be much shorter than the last, and aim to open to clients again as soon as possible.

During this new period of lockdown, I am still offering virtual services (please take a look here for details), mostly for my fertility clients, but also to those who want to take some control over their health and wellbeing, and are happy to try hand reflexology at home.

Hand reflexology is a very effective way to work on both mental and physical issues, and is a super way to learn some relaxation and stress relief techniques to help you through these interesting times. If you’d like to try it out, I made some FREE videos for you, which you can access here.

Please know that I am thinking of you, and wish you and your families good health. I will be recommencing treatments as soon as feasibly possible, so do keep any eye on the website. To be first to know what’s happening, why not sign up to my (occasional) newsletter?