Jaclie Keane Reflexology provides reflexology to clients at all stages of their life, including babies, children and adults

Most people experience stress from time to time in their everyday life. When this stress is not dealth with and allowed to continue over a period of time, it can have a negative effect on the health and wellbeing of the body...

Reflexology can be used to help support a large number of clients with painful conditions.  Stiffness, sciatica, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, frozen shoulder, whiplash and sports injuries are some of the conditions that can respond well to treatment.

Whilst reflexology is not the first therapy that springs to mind where sports injuries are concerned it can be extremely beneficial. Reflexology stimulates the nerve and blood flow to the damaged region, facilitating the healing process.

Most of us experience headaches at some point in our lives but for frequent sufferers it can start to interfere with daily activities.

Experiencing issues with your (or your partner’s) fertility can be an extremely difficult and emotional time.

When the digestive system experiences imbalances, the whole body gets thrown off.  Many common problems such as IBS, constipation, acid reflux and flatulence result from having digestive system malfunctions.

Reflexology could help to improve your sleeping patterns by providing a natural way to balance and relax the body.

Regular reflexology treatments can support womens health at all stages of their life, from menstruation, fertility and through to the onset of menopause.

Baby Reflexology is a special adaptation of adult Reflexology for babies, infants and toddlers. It soothes calms and encourages balance in the body.

RLD is an award winning reflexology technique which focuses on stimulating the lymphatic reflexes on the feet. The aim is to cause an effect on the lymphatic system in the body.

Relaxation for the mother is equally as good for her developing baby. Relaxation is the antidote to stress.  Many women find that pregnancy in addition to their normal day to day activities can put them under pressure. 

 Reflexology does not claim to diagnose or cure medical conditions, it can, however, facilitate the body’s own healing processes which may bring relief from symptoms of many conditions.