On Location…. Rosewater Heart Reflexology

Chloe is one of the therapists you’ll find at Church Street Wellness, a wonderful place that houses a collective of independant therapists offering a huge array of holistic therapies to the local area, and when I first met her she was in the last few weeks of qualifying as a clinical reflexologist.

Now fully qualified and taking bookings this spring, Chloe introduced me to the area of reflexology known as Duopody Reflexology.

I’m willing to bet that many of you reading this will be stumped by what this might be, I was!

So let me do my best to explain a little!

Chloe from Rosewater Heart Reflexology is a clinical reflexologist working from Crewkerne

What is Duopody Reflexology

Duopody reflexology is a form of reflexology that focuses on the feet, treating both feet simultaneously rather than individually. It is based on the principle that specific points on the feet correspond to organs and systems throughout the body, and by applying pressure to these points, it can promote healing and overall well-being.

In Duopody reflexology, the therapist uses their hands, fingers, and thumbs to apply pressure to specific reflex points on both feet at the same time, creating a balanced and synchronized treatment. This technique aims to stimulate circulation, release tension, and encourage the body’s natural healing processes.

Rosewater Heart Reflexology offers Duopody Relexology
Clinicial Reflexologist Chloe from Rosewater Heart Reflexology
Rosewater Heart Reflexology offers Duopody Relexology

How Duopody Reflexology can help

Often used as a complementary therapy to promote relaxation, relieve stress, and alleviate various health issues. It can be a soothing and therapeutic treatment for individuals seeking holistic approaches to wellness.

Here’s how it can help:

Stress Reduction
Improved Circulation
Pain Relief
Enhanced Sleep Quality
Balancing Energy Levels
Supporting Mental Health
Enhancing Immune Function

Overall, duopody reflexology offers a non-invasive and natural approach to promoting physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. It can be used as a standalone therapy or in conjunction with other complementary treatments to support holistic health.

Thanks for reading.

Rachel x

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