Gaynor Almond BA (Hons), GJC, CRM5, PRM is a Professional, Qualified and Fully Insured, Registered Clinical Reflexologist.
As a Clinical Reflexologist, Gaynor is passionate about Helping people to achieve Emotional and Physical Wellbeing through Reflexology.
Based at Clinics in Tarporley and Stretton, South Warrington, Gaynor also offers home visits in Northwich, and all over Cheshire.
Home Visits Available all over Cheshire, or Appointments can be made at Clinics in Tarporley and South Warrington.
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Gaynor is trained to the highest level in Reflexology, CRM Level 5 Mastership, including anatomy and physiology, and is a full member of Professional Reflexology (PR). Gaynor has also trained in adapting reflexology for Sub-Fertility and Maternity care, supporting women on their journey to conception and throughout their pregnancy. And how to support people with long term Chronic Illness who are in need of palliative care through reflexology.
Gaynor strongly believes in the benefits of reflexology having seen the positive effects it has had on clients and herself.
What Is Clinical Reflexology?
Clinical Reflexology is a completely natural, non-invasive, holistic therapy that works by stimulating the reflexes on the feet corresponding to a specific gland, organ or part of the body in order to detect any imbalances, and encourage the body to achieve balance and healing.
Clinical Reflexologists are concerned with the underlying cause of the condition rather than just the symptoms. Symptoms can materialise as a result of a combination of physical, environmental and emotional causes, by identifying the cause we can tailor a treatment plan for the individual.
To read more about what Reflexology is, how it works and what to expect from your first treatment ....click here.
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Benefits Of Reflexology
Looking For Help With Your Health?
Reflexology can be a helpful complementary therapy for people of all ages, with all kinds of conditions, including the areas of maternity and fertility.
"Research studies...indicate positive benefits of reflexology for various conditions. In Particular...to reduce pain and enhance relaxation, sleep, and the reduction of psychological symptoms, such as anxiety and depression".
Reflexology will enable your mind and body to switch-off leaving you in a state of restfulness, releasing tension and helping you to feel calmer and more balanced.
Reflexology For Maternity
This is a time to spoil yourself, put your feet up and relax. Reflexology is a wonderful safe treatment to have throughout your pregnancy, it will leave you feeling de-dressed and re-energised, preparing your body for what lies ahead. For more information ...click here
Reflexology For Fertility
Research has shown that stress can have an affect on the reproductive hormones contributing to fertility problems, as reflexology is a deeply relaxing, holistic experience it will leave you feeling rejuvenated and de-stressed, helping your body to work more harmoniously. For more information on natural fertility ...click here
"Can Reflexology Help Overcome Infertility?"
Struggling With Stress?
Whether you are struggling with stress brought on by work, home life, or simply from just being too busy, reflexology can work as a preventative and an effective treatment for combating stress.
By helping to relax you it encourages the release of endorphins within the body, the ‘feel good’ hormone which helps to lower blood pressure, alleviate stress and anxiety, and acts as the body’s natural pain relief. Enabling your mind and body to switch-off leaving you in a state of restfulness, reducing body tension, and helping you to feel calmer and more balanced. Which may improve sleep, increase blood circulation and boost your immune system, leaving you feeling more energised.
"Elevated cortisol levels [the stress hormone] interfere with learning and memory, lower immune function and bone density, and increase blood pressure, cholesterol and heart disease".
As well as taking time to relax it's also important that you look at your life style as a whole, avoiding stressful situations, taking regular exercise, and eating a healthy diet leading you towards a more balanced life.
The Importance of Managing Stress and Anxiety in our Daily Lives
Stress can affect many of the systems in our body, and as such it's estimated that 75% of conditions are stress related.
Some stress is essential to help us function effectively, and may even help our performance for example in competitive sports. In an emergency situation stress can even save your life putting your body in a state of alert ready for "fight or flight", however we can not underestimate the affects of too much stress on our body and mental health if left untreated. Long term stress, when the body is in a constant state of alert, whether physical, emotional or environmental stresses, can be detrimental to your body affecting your health and mood, and may lead to or worsen acute or chronic conditions.
For information on Stress Related Conditions please visit www.medicinenet.com
As reflexologists we do not claim to cure, diagnose or prescribe, and therefore reflexology should not be used as an alternative to seeking medical advice.
UoM "What Does the Research Say about Reflexology?"
UoP "Reflexology reduces feelings of pain"
Reflexology can help to stimulate Lymphatic Drainage