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Reflexology for Conception

 

I  have also undertaken additional courses reflexology for fertility with Barbara Scott this is where I learnt the treatment protocols to help both female and male clients achieve their dream of conceiving and successfully carrying a new life. This is a precious gift be able to join couples in their journey to conception.

 

Reproflexology is recognised by fertility clinicians and is often recommended by them to complement an assisted conception treatment (IVF/ICSI/IUI) which i am now qualified to safely work along side.

 

Infertility is only considered after a couple are unable to conceive after a year of unprotected inter course. The cause may lie with either man or women, yet most infertility falls into unexplained category. Many couples experience fertility problems which may be a result of ovulation problems, sperm quality or sperm count, clotting disorders and many many more.

I can understand that getting pregnant can be both extremely stressful and expensive with private medicine only being available to those that have the means to afford it. With 1 in 3 couples experiencing difficulties in conceiving, reflexology can work in a number of ways to enhance fertility. Thousands of women trying to become pregnant may find the answer at their feet, literally in reflexology.

Reflexology is the ancient healing therapy which is all about achieving balance, reflexologists believe it to be effective at balancing hormones, increasing circulation. It is a very relaxing therapy that promotes a sense of health and well being. It is widely acknowledged that before a couple conceive they should try to get in the best mental and physical state they can, reflexology is an holistic therapy that aims to balance the mind, body and spirit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How Reflexology Can Help Fertility

* Clients with Polycystic ovaries

* Clients with any Cervical problems

* Scar tissues

* Pelvic inflammation

* Pre-menstrual

* Hormonal imbalances

* Blocked or damaged Fallopian tubes

* Any stress related problems

* Menstrual problems

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