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Being of South Indian origin, alternative remedies were the norm in my family ever since I can remember. If I was ill, my mother always offered me a comforting home remedy first and only if it didn't work, I was taken to a more traditional doctor. And nine times out of ten, the home remedy did the job.
My interest in Reflexology started when I was in my late twenties. I had been suffering with digestive problems and although 'over the counter' medicines were helping in the short term, what I really wanted was to get to the root of the problem. I decided to try Reflexology after reading about the many benefits and after just 4 treatments, my digestive system had transformed. I felt less lethargic and there was no need for any more digestive supplements.
I decided to try Reflexology again when I was trying to conceive. The Reflexology sessions helped me to relax and keep calm through what can be a very stressful and emotional time. I conceived twins and I am convinced that Reflexology played a big part in this alongside the conventional medical treatment I had.
I am a fully qualified Reflexologist, having trained with The Practitioners School Of Reflexology at West Middlesex Hospital.This qualification allowed me to join The Association Of Reflexologists. I did further, specialist training in Pre-Conceptual, Pregnancy & Post Natal Care at the London School Of Reflexology. My AOR membership requires me to do Continuing Professional Development so I am constantly learning about new techniques and research which help me to be a better and more effective therapist.
I only treat women and have a special interest in treating female related problems such as infertility, fibroids, endometriosis and menopausal problems. I also treat lots of women throughout their pregnancy to help with a smoother labour and I continue treatment post pregnancy to balance hormones, avoid post natal depression and help breast milk production.