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Love ageing well

Updated: Aug 30, 2022

"By the time you're eighty years old you've learned everything. You only then have to remember it." George Burns (1896-1996)

Families and caregivers have a variety of health concerns when it comes to their elders and themselves as they grow older. Wanting to help my aging parents was a strong motivation for me choosing natural therapy as a way of improving their lives. Now achieving the grand ages of 91 and 86, a constant is their adjusting the need of assistance required and managing this themselves through independent living.

A healthy mind and body would be everyone’s aim for later in life. Actively pursuing this goal has many potentially impacting factors. How well this is achieved is ideally through a balanced approach, including diet, exercise, mental health and social engagement, linked with available community professional support services.

Over the years, our body systems begin to slow down. This brings about changes which can cause health concerns. Some symptoms of aging are: poor circulation, fluid retention, sluggish digestion, arthritic symptoms, and others. Staying healthy with improved daily wellbeing and vitality is optimal - the holistic approach of reflexology is the perfect partner for seniors.

Reflexology promotes balance at the physical, mental and emotional levels of the body. It also produces the most profound and deep relaxation. It is in this state of relaxation that symptom levels are reduced, and feelings of wellbeing are produced.

The proven benefits of reflexology are: reduces stress, balancing the nervous system, improving sleep quality, improving circulation, and many others. Reflexology relaxes, restores, revitalises.

At Reflex 2 Health, finding out more information, purchasing gift vouchers, session value packages or booking a treatment has been made easy with online access via the website. However, I am still available by phone for anyone who prefers the old-fashioned way!

I’m looking forward to helping you or your loved one soon.


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