reflexology can be traced back to ancient China, greece and Egypt.
the modern concept of reflexology was first studied in the early 1900's when investigating the effects of pressure on certain areas of the body could produce an analgesic effect in corresponding areas. in the 1930's reflexology was further refined and it was realised by using an alternating pressure over certain points would have a therapeutic effect on the corresponding area as well as pain relief.
Reflexology is the study and practices of the working reflexes of the feet and hands by using precise hand and finger techniques. this can bring about responses in corresponding body parts inducing relaxation thereby reducing tension and stress and brings the body back to a natural state of balance.
What can I expect as a client?
As a client you will receive a warm and compassionate partner to guide you on your journey out of chronic pain
A reduction in your pain and increase in movement in 6 treatments or less
A thorough assessment including range of movement restrictions and level of pain.
An individual treatment plan to address your presenting pain condition.
A fusion of advanced massage and soft tissue techniques drawn from east and west.
A Jing method massage treatment will involve:
the Jing method of advanced clinical massage is a unique outcome based system addressing chronic musculoskeletal pain. the Jing method is a partnership between patient and practitioner where a six session treatment plan is designed to increase your mobility, agility, and joint range of motion whilst decreasing your daily pain.
the Jing method blends the best of advanced bodywork techniques from the East and West, including trigger point, fascial work, acupressure and stretching with a truly holistic approach.
a Jing method treatment will involve:
A thorough consultation and assessment. together with your therapist you will agree on your desired outcome from treatment.
A 45 minute hand on treatment
Reassessment of your pain levels and range of motion post treatment
a thorough assailment is usually repeated at treatment 3/4 and on the final treatment where a maintenance treatment plan is designed.