Phone: 07867 535674
Find me: Stone Street, Tunbridge Wells TN1
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Pregnancy reflexology testiomonials:
"Throughout my pregnancy I have thoroughly enjoyed reflexology with Kathryn who I find to be friendly, calming and professional. Her extensive knowledge has had a profound effect on my reflexology experience so far. I intend to have many more regular sessions and would highly recommend! After each session I literally feel transformed."
R Higham (Google review)
"I had two sessions with Kathryn when 9 months pregnant with the aim of bringing on labour. Kathryn was really friendly and attentive to what I wanted from the sessions. Both sessions were deeply relaxing and a lovely experience, and to top it off I found myself in labour a matter of hours after our session and I gave birth to my daughter the next day. Kathryn's a foot genie!"
D Ross (Google review)
"Lovely Kathryn made me and my bump feel very relaxed. It was an informative and interesting session with regards to the pregnancy and what my baby may experience. We both thoroughly enjoyed it."
B Crisford (Facebook review)
The 9 months of pregnancy will put your body through intense physical changes and reflexology can help mothers-to-be stay comfortable during this time. It can also help a variety of issues including morning sickness, insomnia, dizziness, aches & pains, anxiety, tiredness and constipation.
I absolutely love helping bumps become babies naturally. It's great to have reflexology throughout your pregnancy, however, if you can only come from 36 weeks it can be used as an excellent tool to help bring on labour naturally.
If you've gone over your due date and you haven't had any reflexology until then, it's still worth getting in touch. I've seen some mothers recently who've only started reflexology once their due date has passed and we've had lots of successful labours without the need to be induced. Please get in touch to see if I can help you too.
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