Reflexologist | Homeopath | Massage Therapist | Indian Head Massage Practitioner

About Me

I have been a complementary Therapist for 30 years. I am in full time practice as a Reflexologist, Homeopath, Massage Therapist and an Indian Head Massage Practitioner.

Reflexology

Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary health therapy that can be effective in promoting deep relaxation and wellbeing. Reducing stress in people’s lives can be key to optimising good health and building resilience. It provides time for relaxation – clients receive one to one attention and supportive touch in an empathetic listening environment. Can be combined with Indian Head Massage to make the perfect top to toe treatment.

Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a holistic medicine which treats each person as a unique individual with the aim of stimulating his or her own natural healing ability. A homeopath selects the most appropriate medicine based on the individual’s specific symptoms and personal level of health. Homeopathy works on the basis that it is the patient who needs treatment, not the disease.

The underlying philosophy lies in the fact that the physical, emotional and spiritual ‘body’ are all connected; each affecting the other.

A homeopathic remedy is one which produces the same symptoms as those the sick person complains of, and in doing so encourages the body to heal itself.

This concept is sometimes used in conventional medicine, for example, small doses of allergens, such as pollen, are sometimes used to de-sensitise allergic patients. An important difference with homeopathy however, is that the medicinal doses (known as remedies) are so small that toxic side-effects are avoided.

Massage

Massage focuses on the build-up of stress and muscle tension in all areas of the body, With particular focus around the neck, shoulders and across the back. It encourages feelings of relaxation, relieves stress, improves circulation and relaxes tight muscles.

Indian Head Massage

I was taught Indian Head Massage by Narendra Mehta. He brought the technique to the west in the 1970’s. The therapy includes the face, ears, neck, shoulders and upper arms. It is an ideal treatment for those suffering from stress related tension-headaches, eye-strain, and tense shoulders. This massage is an invigorating, relaxing, and stimulating experience! It increases the circulation of the scalp which in turn nourishes the hair follicles, thereby encouraging healthy hair growth. Indian Head Massage can also be combined with Reflexology for top to toe relaxation.

Contact:

For further information on any of these treatments please contact me:

Thame Therapy Clinic:  01844 215555

Princes Risborough Mobile: 07852 729177

jill@jillroarty.co.uk

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